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GACE Special Education General Curriculum (581): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Babies are often able to understand ideas, but are not able to share their ideas verbally. This means that they have not fully developed their:

Question 2 2. The theory of identity achievement consists of four stages, and was founded by:

Question 3 3. Logan has been identified with a learning disability through formal testing. His parents and a team of school personnel have met to determine his specific needs during the school day. They must follow:

Question 4 4. Michael is able to get his thoughts down onto paper, but has a great deal of difficulty communicating his ideas orally. Michael is unable to correctly pronounce many words. He most likely has issues with:

Question 5 5. Blaine often plays all alone and sits by himself at lunch, even when his peers offer to sit by him. He does not communicate well with others and becomes fixated on certain objects, such as organizing his pencils a certain way, or spinning an eraser around on his desk. Blaine most likely has:

Question 6 6. The Snellen chart is used to assess:

Question 7 7. Sarah must be closely monitored by her parents and teachers because the condition she has often leads her to have seizures. Sarah has:

Question 8 8. Megan and Brice are in the same sixth grade class. Both students are taught the same material in the same way. When they are assessed, Megan sits in a small group with a teacher and two other peers. Brice stays at his own desk. This is an example of:

Question 9 9. Miles misses several school days due to illness. He returns to school and takes a science test. The class overall succeeds with the exam, but he does not do well on the test. Much of the information was unfamiliar to him. In this case, his score is unreliable because the objectives for Miles are not:

Question 10 10. Mrs. Bilosky's students are learning about plants in science. She helps them set up a classroom garden to fuel their learning opportunities. This is known as:

Question 11 11. This ensures that all students, regardless of age, gender, race, and ability, receive a free and appropriate public education:

Question 12 12. This can result from not having enough iron in your body:

Question 13 13. Students in Mr. Able's first grade classroom are highly motivated to earn tickets for good behavior in class. These tickets can then be used to ''purchase'' small items from his classroom store. According to Edward Thorndike, this is due to:

Question 14 14. Caloric needs are important to children's growth. Which of the following BEST describes the appropriate caloric intake for a preschool age learner?

Question 15 15. You coach a basketball team, and one of your players asks you if he's shooting the ball correctly. You model the correct form and explain the technique to him. This is an example of _____.

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GACE Special Education General Curriculum (581): Practice & Study Guide Final Free Practice Test Instructions

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