Understanding Gifted Students Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Which are characteristics of giftedness?

Question 2 2. How did Renzulli theorize that giftedness arises?

Question 3 3.

You have a non-verbal student in your sixth grade technology education class. You notice that this student can put together a toy car engine with little instruction. You also notice that he is able to construct a 100-piece jigsaw puzzle in little to no time.

How can you continue to foster this student's overall learning?

Question 4 4. Samantha is a very well-behaved student. She is reading three years above grade level. However, when it comes time to take a math test, she can never get a passing score. Samantha is frustrated and it is effecting her self-esteem. You consult with a special educator who informs you a condition Samantha has that makes it difficult for her to process numbers. What were the warning signs that Samantha is twice exceptional?

Question 5 5. Laura had an IQ of 100, which is considered _____.

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Question 6 6. The gifted population _____.

Question 7 7. According to Renzulli, at the _____ of above-average ability, task commitment, and creativity you will find gifted behavior.

Question 8 8. Twice-exceptional students are often not identified because _____.

Question 9 9. Lucy is in third grade. She is legally blind. She wears very thick glasses that allow her to see large print. Lucy is also an exceptional reader. She can read and comprehend sixth-grade-level texts. You are having trouble finding large print text that is at her reading level. What can you do to continue to provide her with appropriate books while also accommodating her disability?

Question 10 10. Joseph Renzulli views giftedness as _____.

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Question 11 11. A general definition for giftedness is _____.

Question 12 12. How is a gifted child considered different from a normal child?

Question 13 13. Giftedness is _____.

Question 14 14. Which of the following is a description of a twice-exceptional child?

Question 15 15. Robert Sternberg emphasize the importance of what three areas?

Understanding Gifted Students Chapter Exam Instructions

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