Cognitive Disability vs. Intellectual Disability

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Which one of the following statements is true?

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1. Every time John looks at the board, he sees some letters swapped and others facing the wrong direction, which confuses him and makes it harder for him to read. An analyst would conclude that John has _____?

2. Susan has trouble concentrating on exams because she is easily distracted. Which of the following conclusions would make the most sense?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This worksheet/quiz will bring to light how much you know about the difference between cognitive and intellectual disability. You'll be assessed on key points like a true statement about cognitive disabilities and a difficulty a person might have with reading the letters on a chalkboard.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Answer questions on these topics:

  • The relation between cognitive and intellectual disabilities
  • Condition that might affect a person who has trouble focusing for an exam
  • Condition that somebody who is challenged with learning new information could have
  • Facts about an intelligence quotient (IQ)

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on cognitive disability and intellectual disability
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding what it might mean if a person has trouble reading letters on a board in class
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about true facts on challenges with cognition and an intelligence quotient (IQ)

Additional Learning

The lesson entitled Cognitive Disability vs. Intellectual Disability will be covered via these study points:

  • Examples of people who have difficulties with learning
  • How those disabilities should be addressed in the classroom
  • Addressing learning disabilities in the workplace
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