TExES School Counselor (152): Practice & Study Guide Final Exam

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Question 1 1.

Greg, who is blind, wanted to move into his first apartment. He is constantly being rejected by apartment managers. Meanwhile his sister, Greta, who earns less money than Greg and has a lower credit score, has easily moved into her first apartment. Fortunately for him, Greg is protected by which of the following statures?

Question 2 2.

Joyce had a bad day. First she failed her Spanish test. Then she had a fight with her best friend. Finally, her mom served liver for dinner. Talking to another friend, she said felt depressed. Would her counselor classify her as:

Question 3 3.

Anna, at age of two, she was diagnosed with hypo-acusia, a health condition which impairs hearing. She now uses a hearing device and receives therapy in order to learn how to speak and hear. What kind of developmental abnormality is this?

Question 4 4.

At Wiseland Elementary School, students are encouraged to try new opportunities. They have the ability to participate in enrichment activities in all subject areas. The teachers, administrators , and counselors strive to ensure both boys and girls in the school understand they are capable of achieving their dreams and goals. This is crucial because, according to Kohlberg's cognitive developmental theory, during this stage, children begin to view behaviors attributable to a particular gender. They have developed self-concept. This is known as:

Question 5 5.

Mrs. Jackson, a school counselor, is working with a student who has just moved into the school district from another country. She would like to pair him up with a peer who is able to help him to learn and thrive as he adjusts to the new community. In doing so, Mrs. Jackson utilizes Lev Vygotsky's theory. According to Lev Vygotsky, children learn best by:

Question 6 6.

Joe dreams to become president of a Fortune 500 Company one day. His high school counselor recommends that Joe should first gain work experience by working there for free. By working at the company, Joe will learn about the organization . He will make contacts and gain experience she is suggesting that he should get

Question 7 7.

Counseling struggling learners is Mrs. Green's passion. She enjoys helping students see the best in themselves. She strives to turn a child's negative attitude into a positive one. Knowing that this is important, which concept should Mrs. Green use with her students to help them to believe they are each capable of achieving anything their dreams and goals?

Question 8 8.

Mr. Garcia wants to teach self-regulation to his students. Which of the following would you recommend?

Question 9 9.

Julie wants to use differentiated instruction in her classroom in order to meet the needs of her students. Which of the following is NOT a component of differentiated instruction? Content; Process; Product; Separate lesson plans for each individual student

Question 10 10.

Ben struggles to focus in class. He fidgets and often rearranges pencils and erasers on his desk. He gets up out of his seat often. Ben most likely has:

Question 11 11.

Scott a ninth grade honors student has handwriting which is often illegible, even to himself. His inability to write clearly after years of practice is most likely due to his:

Question 12 12. Mark is taking a high-stakes university exam. He is sitting next to the smartest student in the class. Mark clearly sees his classmate's responses but refrains from copying the answers. Which of the following is affecting Mark's behavior?

Question 13 13.

What level of Bloom?s taxonomy is demonstrated by a student explaining the main idea of a short story?

Question 14 14. Mr. Jones, Miss Tyson, and Mrs. Trent are history teachers at a high school. They differ greatly in their teaching methodologies. Mr. Jones gives very interesting lessons where one theme is not directly related to another theme. The information is always unfamiliar. Miss Tyson prefers to jump around chronologically with a mix of familiar and unfamiliar information. Mrs. Trent?delivers a structured lecture. She links new ideas with the ideas with her students know. She explains historical event chronologically followed by a brief summary at the end of her lecture. Which of the following approaches demonstrate expository instruction?

Question 15 15.

Kip is one of Mr. Steinbach?s best students. He has a 3.6 grade point average, holds a part time job at the supermarket, and has several friends. Mr. Steinbach heard Kip mentioning to his friend that he occasionally smokes marijuana and has two beers ever night. Is Kip:

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