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Practice Kine 3345 Test 1
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Which statement below and use of terminology is incorrect?
A) Sharon is restricted to a wheelchair.
B) Charlie is a person who is deaf
C) Lacy is woman who has a visual impairment
D) Gus is a man who uses a wheelchair
E) None, all of the above are appropriate
What are some of the benefits of inclusion for people without disabilities?
A) Enlightened attitudes and increased awareness
B) More understanding and more accepting of human difference
C) Learn to be facilitators or peer tutors
D) Could acquire teaching and coaching strategies suitable for a broader range of abilities
E) Become more aware of barriers and ways to overcome them
F) All of the above
A person with disabilities consistently reports that the number one barrier they face is poor attitudes. What type of barrier is this?
D) Organizational or Systemic
E) Information or Communications
When using an informal assessment instrument an administrator should:
A) Not give a demonstration.
B) Score them as successful if the administrator thinks they have the skill.
C) Only observe on one day.
D) Repeat trials if the administrator thinks the child can perform the skill.
Which is true regarding the Test of Gross Motor Development?
A) It measures locomotor and object-control skill functioning in children 3 to 10 years of age.
B) It is an informal testing measuring overall physical fitness
C) It is a test that measures fundamental movement skills in children and youth aged, 3- 18 years of age.
D) None of the above
To work on static balance an individual would:
A) Put a bean bag on their head and walk on a balance beam
B) Play hopscotch.
C) Play freeze tag.
D) None of these is correct.
Good agility is dependent upon the:
A) visual system.
B) kinesthetic system.
C) vestibular system.
D) All of these are correct.
What is the primary difference between minimal versus moderate modifications?
A) The reason behind the modification
B) The number of modifications that are implemented
C) The effect of the modification on other participants in the activity
D) The effect of the modification on the participant with a disability
E) The frequency with which modifications are made
F) The components that are modified
What statement about Atlantoaxial subluxation is correct?
A) It is a cause of intellectual disabilities
B) It is caused by maternal alcohol abuse
C) It is found in 10 percent of people with X-linked disorders
D) It is found in all individuals with Down Syndrome
E) It is a malalignment of the cervical vertebrae
Intermittent, limited, extensive, and pervasive are classification levels of intellectual disabilities.
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