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ADHD Resources & Information Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Common symptoms of ADHD include all of the following EXCEPT:

Question 2 2.

Why is distractibility linked to creativity and intelligence?

Choose the best answer.

Question 3 3. You are on the IEP team for Kara, a tenth grader with ADHD. What accommodation might you propose for helping Kara follow directions in P.E.?

Question 4 4. Some people believe children with ADHD are much brighter than their peers, and are simply _____.

Question 5 5. Which of the following is true of teaching multiplication to students with ADHD?

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Question 6 6. What might a person with ADHD feel after an emotional outburst?

Question 7 7. What is the main affect of ADHD on the brain?

Question 8 8. Medication trials are being conducted for medication that can last up to _____.

Question 9 9. Which type of thinking do people with ADHD tend to be better at?

Question 10 10. Why are self-monitoring plans successful for students with ADHD?

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Question 11 11. Sarah is a second grade student with attention problems. She seems to be unable to complete a task, no matter how much time she is given. Which of the following strategies would directly address Sarah's problem?

Question 12 12. Which of the following statements is NOT true?

Question 13 13. All of the answers below are examples of good scaffolding strategies EXCEPT:

Question 14 14. Which of the following is the first step for any self-monitoring intervention?

Question 15 15. What are self management strategies?

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Question 16 16. Someone who struggles with this symptom of ADHD may appear impatient, and may have a hard time waiting his/her turn, especially in conversation.

Question 17 17. Why is a reward system recommended for students with ADHD?

Question 18 18. Jerome is trying to improve his homework completion. Usually, he goes home and has a snack after school, then he watches television and hangs out with his sister. Which of the following changes at home could improve Jerome's homework completion?

Question 19 19. People who believe that video games make ADHD symptoms worse provide which one of the following supportive reasons for their claim?

Question 20 20. How can functional behavioral assessment aid students with ADHD?

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Question 21 21. Tyrik struggles with keeping track of which assignments are due when, even though he stores them neatly in his locker. He frequently forgets he has homework, even though he comes to class on time. Which of the following strategies would best help Tyrik, a student with ADHD?

Question 22 22. What does the acronym ADHD stand for?

Question 23 23. In ADHD, what does the word 'deficit' mean?

Question 24 24. Of the following, what is the most likely cause of an ADHD gifted student's misbehavior?

Question 25 25. Phillip is a sixth grade student with ADHD. His handwriting is almost illegible, and most of the time he cannot complete a written assignment in the same amount of time as his peers. Which of the following strategies might help Phillip's handwriting improve?

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Question 26 26.

How could a person identify distractibility in another person just by speaking with the other person?

Choose the best answer.

Question 27 27. Ms. Thacker needs a suggestion for an accommodation in her P.E. class for George, a student with ADHD. During soccer scrimmages, he frequently picks up the ball with his hands, stopping the game and frustrating his teammates. Which accommodation might help this situation?

Question 28 28. The letter A in the acronym ADHD stands for _____.

Question 29 29. Using _____ strategies like manipulatives and array cards can make a big difference for students with ADHD learning multiplication.

Question 30 30. What services do ADHD coaches provide to their clients?

ADHD Resources & Information Chapter Exam Instructions

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