In the _____ approach to language acquisition, up to 5% of class time is spent using the second language.
Which of the following academic areas is not identified as an area with which a specific learning disability can occur?
Taylor has been diagnosed with a learning disability, this means that she _____.
Which best defines independent learning?
Evaluate the metaphors below and indicate which one best aligns with sensory processing errors.
Which learning hypothesis states that anxiety, no motivation and low confidence have a negative effect on learning?
Learning outcomes for ESL students are addressed through:
Students who need an IEP are those who have been _____.
Learning ____ are disorders of the central nervous system which significantly impact functioning in one or more specific area of ____, such as reading, writing and math.
ESL curriculum that is 'watered down' is:
In order to assess overall cognitive ability and achievement levels, clinicians use a combination of which tests?
Your student notices when something in the language is wrong, but can't explain why. This is an example of which theory of learning?
An English-speaking student attends a class in which instruction is 100% in French. This approach to second-language learning is referred to as _____.
When the brain isn't able to integrate and organize the sensory information that it receives, this is known as a:
A student who is hyposensitive to proprioception will:
When students decode words:
Using different instructional practices and resources is known as:
Which of these is NOT a method for independent learning?
The Scholastic Read 180 program is introduced to students at:
Developmental milestones are events that assess whether a child is _____ in their development.
Bilingual education programs promote _____.
All of the following strategies promote multicultural instruction in the classroom EXCEPT:
Which approach to teaching reading focuses solely on strategy-based instruction?
Which of the following is NOT a developmental skill used for measuring a child's development?
Repeated readings of the text:
Reading interventions are:
Which of the following is true regarding educational services?
How can establishing routines help students with developmental delays?
Current academic performance is a requirement of which of the following?
What is peer teaching?
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