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Question 1 1. Which of the following is an example of an active listening strategy?
Question 2 2. The type of assistive technology device for the hearing impaired that uses radio signals is called a/an _____ system.
Question 3 3. Why is special reading instruction for the deaf is necessary?
Question 4 4. Janice is a deaf student at Montgomery Elementary School. She is fluent in American Sign Language and prefers to sign whenever possible. Janice struggles with reading and tries to get out of going to school because she is embarrassed that she doesn't read as well as the rest of the class. What should her teacher do?
Question 5 5. What might be an appropriate placement for a student who is profoundly deaf and also has dyslexia and a behavioral disorder?
Question 6 6. Some of the strategies for teaching deaf students to read include which of the following?
Question 7 7. What does it mean to have a hearing impairment?
Question 8 8. Which system is more effective in one-on-one interactions for students with hearing impairments?
Question 9 9. How does an Individualized Education Program (IEP) help to support students with disabilities?
Question 10 10. Which 1975 law mandated that special needs students are entitled to a free and appropriate education?
Question 11 11. How is the Individuals with Disabilities Educational Act (IDEA) different from the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)?
Question 12 12. Section 504 is part of the:
Question 13 13. Why is the Board of Education of The Hendrick Hudson Central School District vs. Rowley important?
Question 14 14. What do we call devices or methods used to meet the needs of those with disabilities?
Question 15 15. For the first two weeks of her kindergarten year, Amy Rowley had _____.
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