Teaching Communication Skills In Special Education Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which of these is the most appropriate type of language to use for a high-functioning, hearing-impaired student?

Question 2 2. Which of these are a gestural sign?

Question 3 3. What is the best way to teach the sign for 'eat?'

Question 4 4. Which of the following sign language systems would be appropriate for a nonverbal student that has limited mobility with his arms and hands?

Question 5 5. American Sign Language (ASL) can be difficult for some students with intellectual disabilities. Why is this?

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Question 6 6. How can you use other people to encourage communication?

Question 7 7. Which of these is NOT a good idea to teach communication?

Question 8 8. Who should be involved in setting student communication goals?

Question 9 9.

Jonathan's communication goal is to make choices between objects/items. When he gets to school, the teacher asks him if he would like to begin his day by delivering the attendance to the office or by doing a puzzle.

This is an example of what communication teaching strategy?

Question 10 10.

Before school, Mrs. Miller sets up a motor activity for students to do upon arrival. With the supplies, she puts Jake's communication book, a set of communication pictures, and Molly's voice output device programmed with messages related to the activity.

Which communication teaching strategy is this?

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Question 11 11. What is an example of unaided AAC?

Question 12 12. What is NOT an example of aided AAC?

Question 13 13. Which is an effective strategy for helping AAC using students learn in your classroom?

Question 14 14. What does AAC stand for?

Question 15 15. How is the term 'nonverbal' misleading?

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Question 16 16. Which of the following is NOT an example of an assistive technology device for communication disorders?

Question 17 17. What is an example of a low-tech device for people with communication disorders?

Question 18 18. Which is an example of a child with a communication disorder?

Question 19 19. Which is NOT an example of an effective use of assistive technology to aid a person with a communication disorder?

Question 20 20. When does communication begin?

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Question 21 21. While you make a presentation to ELL students, a student who is sitting in the back of the class tells you he has poor vision. This is the adjustment you can do on the spot to help the student.

Question 22 22. What is the key to helping English language learners who need special education?

Question 23 23. Dysphasia/aphasia is a common learning disability that affects the ability to comprehend and to produce spoken language. This definition allows us to infer that the main language skills this disability affects are:

Question 24 24. Often, students with special education needs have trouble following directions. You are teaching reading skills and this is a teaching strategy to help the student to concentrate.

Question 25 25. Collaboration with the special education team is very important to teach ELLs with special education needs. That team can provide you all the following information EXCEPT:

Teaching Communication Skills In Special Education Chapter Exam Instructions

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