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Students with Low-Incidence, Severe & Multiple Disabilities

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This type of disability occurs in about 1% of American students:

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1. This type of disability occurs in about 10% of American students:

2. These types of disabilities profoundly impact mental or physical functioning:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

You will be able to gauge how much you know about low-incidence, severe, and multiple disabilities in students when you work through the worksheet and quiz set. The pair cover topics along the lines of the prevalence of disabilities and types.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz and worksheet allow you to test your knowledge on these topics:

  • Prevalence of disabilities
  • Vocabulary related to disabilities
  • What a wheelchair is an example of

Skills Practiced

When you use this quiz and worksheet, you will work on these important skills:

  • Reading comprehension - you will read through the lesson and understand the most important information related to the prevalence of disabilities
  • Defining key concepts - you will correctly define vocabulary terms used in the lesson
  • Knowledge application - you will use your new knowledge of student disabilities to answer questions about them

Additional Learning

If you want to learn more about this topic, visit the lesson titled Students with Low-Incidence, Severe & Multiple Disabilities. It explores the following objectives:

  • Understand the concerns in school for students with low-incidence disabilities
  • Examine the differences and similarities between low-incidence and high-incidence disabilities
  • Recognize how severe and multiple disabilities may impact schooling
  • Identify how students with disabilities can be supported
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