NES Special Education (601): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1. Melissa is a sixth grade student. She often acts out in class and disrupts the lessons each day. Each of her teachers share concerns about Melissa missing out on information in their courses, as well as feelings of frustration about Melissa's actions. A probable solution for Melissa is:

Question 2 2. Ryan has difficulty in math class, especially with his addition and subtraction facts and applying them to story problems. His teacher recognizes this and utilizes RTI to collect additional data. To get adequate information and to help him improve, she will most likely utilize:

Question 3 3. Each Friday, Ms. Mackey administers a spelling test to her students on their weekly words. She states the word, provides a sentence that utilizes the word, and repeats the word. The students are given as much time as needed to write their word onto given, lined paper. One Friday, Ms. Mackey is out of the building and a substitute teacher administers the class spelling exam. The teacher states each word and repeats it, but does not offer a sentence to the students. They write the word quickly on unlined paper. This situation shows:

Question 4 4. All children, regardless of their ability, are entitled to an appropriate education just like that of their peers. Accommodations must be provided by the school, free to the parents and students, according to:

Question 5 5. During Social Studies class, Mrs. Wolf's students are placed in small groups and are taking turns presenting information to their peers. Each group was assigned a region of the country to learn about, and as each one shares their information, the students in the audience must write down three facts they have learned during the presentation. Mikayla has difficulty with this and is unable to keep up. She becomes frustrated, and raises her hand to tell her teacher that the students are speaking too quickly. Mikayla may have:

Question 6 6. Advocating for students in special education might mean _____ stereotypes.

Question 7 7. In what way is the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) similar to the Civil Rights Acts?

Question 8 8. The Rehabilitation Act was the first to protect which of the following groups from discrimination in the United States?

Question 9 9. What is a tool for Web accessibility?

Question 10 10. An IEP is a _____?

Question 11 11. Which item cannot be considered an assistive technology device?

Question 12 12. Differentiation is the _____ to meet the needs of all students.

Question 13 13. Which of the following is the BEST method of assessment?

Question 14 14. What is an assessment?

Question 15 15. Which strategy provides parents an opportunity to send in paperwork, questions, or notes as way of maintaining communication?

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NES Special Education (601): Practice & Study Guide Final Free Practice Test Instructions

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