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Eliminate One Answer
Soaring Skyward
Chapter 5 Review
Teaching students with
Learning Disabilities
Wrong
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Yellow landing
End yellow landed
Blue Landing
Blue landed
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Pink Balloon lands
The definition of learning
disabilities in IDEA 2004
• A) specifically address its likeness to mental
retardation.
• B) includes the general definition, disorders
included, and disorders not included.
• C) identifies the method used for identification.
• D) focuses on genetic causes.
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Students with learning disabilities
comprise what percentage of the
disabled student population?
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A) approximately 50%
B) approximately 40%
C) approximately 70%
D) approximately 35%
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Which of the following statements is
most accurate regarding gender
differences in the learning disabled
population?
A.) More boys are identified as learning
disabled.
B.) Boys are an under-identified population
C.) Girls have less serious learning disabilities
than do boys.
D.) More girls are identified as learning
disabled
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Possible causes of learning
disabilities include all of the
following except
A.) a mother’s use of prescription drugs.
B.) the use of pre-natal vitamins.
C.) a prolonged labor.
D.) a trauma during birth.
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The most common problem among
students who are learning disabled is in
the area of
A.) oral language
B.) written language.
C.) mathematics.
D.) reading
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Written expression skills include all of
the following skills except
A.) listening comprehension.
B.) spelling.
C.) handwriting
D.) writing.
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Eight-year-old Helen has difficulty accurately
interpreting nonverbal gestures used in
everyday conversation. This may indicate a
deficit in
A.) semantics.
B.) syntax.
C.) pragmatics
D.) articulation.
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A disability in math can be
called
A.) dysgraphia
B.) dyscalculia
C.) dyslexia
D.) pragmatics
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Thirteen-year-old Deshan remembers
that 4 x 8 = 32 by visualizing a door on
a gate by a dirty shoe. This is an
example of using a
A.) mnemonic strategy
B.) phonemic awareness strategy
C.) number sense strategy
D.) metacognitive strategy
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Which of the following prevalence
estimate reflects the percentage of
students with learning disabilities in the
school-aged population?
• A) approximately 10%
• B) approximately 3%
• C) approximately 12%
• D) approximately 5%
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Mr. Summers begins his lesson on
subtraction with regrouping by
reviewing addition. This is an
example of
A.) using prior knowledge
B.) modeling.
C.) a mnemonic
D.) a memory strategy
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Four-year-old Sabrina participates in an innovative
preschool program that emphasizes field trips,
diverse experiences, and language enrichment. This
program is characteristic of which of the following
preschool models?
A.) behavioral model
B.) developmental model
C.) social model
D.) cognitive model
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