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The pull-out model offers the following advantage to students who are gifted:




Question 1;The pull-out model offers the following advantage to students who are gifted;Answer;The major part of the day is spent in the regular classroom where students experience the same social environment as the other students.;Students are excused from completing certain assignments in their regular school classes that are often irrelevant.;The model allows the regular classroom teacher to maintain the major responsibility for educating the student who is gifted.;Students may benefit from experiences that allow them to work on their own interests at their own level of ability.;3 points;Question 2;allows individuals with a hearing loss to send, receive, and print messages through the telephone.;Answer;Video phone;CD-Rom telephone system;C-print telephone;Text telephone (TT);3 points;Question 3;Opponents of the current IDEA definition of serious emotional disturbance have criticized its;Answer;lack of clarity, incompleteness, and exclusion of persons described as having autism.;lack of clarity, incompleteness, and exclusion of persons described as having attention deficit disorders.;lack of clarity, incompleteness, and exclusion of persons described as being socially maladjusted.;lack of clarity, incompleteness, and exclusion of persons described as being conduct disordered.;3 points;Question 4;Cerebral palsy is;Answer;a disability resulting from damage to the brain evidenced by motor problems, physical weakness, lack of coordination, and speech disorders.;a brain disorder characterized by recurrent seizure activity.;the failure of certain bones of the spinal column to fuse.;a disorder that is characterized by progressive weakening of the voluntary skeletal muscles.;3 points;Question 5;Mrs. Astin received a file for a new student. In the file the student is labeled as having autism, but Mrs. Astin has spent several days with the student, and many of the serious social skill deficits one might expect from a student with autism have not been evident. It is likely that the student could be more accurately characterized as having;Answer;an autism spectrum disorder.;William's syndrome.;Down syndrome.;a behavior disorder.;3 points;Question 6;Mario needs continual daily support in at least some environments, including work and home. To be effective these supports must not be time-limited. AAIDD would classify Mario's needed supports as;Answer;intermittent.;limited.;extensive.;pervasive.;3 points;Question 7;If an individual loses sight after the age of five;Answer;social development will be significantly affected.;a visual frame of reference may be maintained.;academic achievement will not be affected.;language development will be negatively affected.;3 points;Question 8;In the 2009 AAIDD definition, intellectual disability manifests itself before age;Answer;21.;18.;5.;AAIDD does not set an age limitation.;3 points;Question 9;The term "vision loss" encompasses people;Answer;who have never experienced sight.;who had normal vision prior to loss.;who experience a sudden or gradual loss of acuity.;all of the above;3 points;Question 10;Researchers have agreed that;Answer;approximately 80 percent of an individual's intellectual development is determined by heredity.;approximately 80 percent of an individual's intellectual development is determined by environment.;intellectual development is determined equally by genetics and environment.;none of the above;3 points;Question 11;Students with emotional and behavioral disorders, in contrast to other students with disabilities;Answer;achieve similar grade point averages.;demonstrate above-average intelligence.;exhibit the poorest academic outcomes.;have average academic performance.;3 points;Question 12;The ___________ approach teaches communication skills that use residual hearing, speech-reading, speech-training, reading, writing, and the manual system.;Answer;oral-auditory.;sensory.;auditory.;total communication.;3 points;Question 13;Most identifiable causes of severe intellectual disabilities are;Answer;due to maternal behavior.;due to paternal behavior.;caused by the environment.;genetic in origin.;3 points;Question 14;The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act defines deafness as a hearing impairment that is so severe that;Answer;a child is unable to process linguistic information through hearing.;a child cannot process information with or without amplification.;a child's educational performance is adversely affected.;all of the above;3 points;Question 15;The purpose of a functional behavioral assessment is to;Answer;identify the features of the neighborhood environment that give rise to the challenging behaviors.;identify the functions of the student?s behavior in relation to various school or home settings.;identify early traumatic events in the child or youth?s life that give rise to the behavior problems.;identify the salient parent/child interactions that culminated the challenging behaviors.;3 points;Question 16;Josh is an extremely bright third-grade student who always finishes his work quickly, but accurately. When he has finished, he disturbs his classmates, refuses to stay in his seat, and is quite distracting. Josh's teacher has never considered that he might be a gifted student. This might be true because teachers are more likely to identify students who are _____ as gifted students.;Answer;well-mannered;cooperative;attractive;A and B;3 points;Question 17;In general, the weakest academic area of students with intellectual disabilities is;Answer;math.;science.;reading.;art;3 points;Question 18;An important goal in preschool programs for children with severe and multiple disabilities is to;Answer;focus instruction in one developmental area.;focus exclusively on the child, then work with the family during the transition into kindergarten.;limit same-age peer relationships and promote interaction with adults.;prepare the child for inclusive school placements.;3 points;Question 19;The most commonly used administrative approach of providing services to students who are gifted is;Answer;early college entrance.;acceleration.;special classes.;enrichment.;3 points;Question 20;Dual diagnosis involves persons who have;Answer;intellectual disabilities and emotional disturbance.;vision loss and learning disabilities.;hearing loss and cerebral palsy.;autism and other health impairments;3 points;Question 21;The major cause of nongenetic congenital deafness is;Answer;birth trauma.;drug abuse.;infection.;poor prenatal nutrition.;3 points;Question 22;Bill describes experiencing an aura followed by unconsciousness, rigidity, and involuntary muscle contractions. These experiences are associated with;Answer;tonic/clonic seizures.;absence seizures.;psychomotor seizures.;mixed seizures.;3 points;Question 23;Harry is a thirteen years old with a documented early history of grossly inadequate parental care. He exhibits noticeably abnormal and developmentally inept social relatedness. It is likely that Harry has;Answer;stereotypic movement disorder.;anorexia.;bulimia.;reactive attachment disorder.;3 points;Question 24;Which factor probably contributes most significantly to a young child's early language development?;Answer;the number of playthings available;positive reinforcement from the parents;the gender of the oldest sibling in the home;the variety of playthings available;3 points;Question 25;Which of the following characteristics may suggest to parents that their infant has autism?;Answer;intense need for physical contact;extreme staring at others;rigid when held;excessive random crying;3 points;Question 26;A teacher is using pictures of oranges to instruct students with intellectual disabilities about various fruits. A more effective teaching strategy for these students may be to;Answer;put several pictures of fruits on a single picture.;use real oranges.;teach about apples first because these students often have had more instruction on red objects.;All of the above;3 points;Question 27;Interventions for young children with behavior disorders and families may include;Answer;respite care and specialized day care.;specific parent training.;marital and family therapy, drug therapy.;all of the above;3 points;Question 28;John, a student with autism, has been noticed by his teacher to enjoy routine and seems to desire sameness. One effective instructional strategy to capitalize on this may be;Answer;free reading.;drill and practice direct instruction.;functional skills instruction.;student-driven instruction.;3 points;Question 29;Josh has begun to exhibit deficiencies in language, interpersonal skills, affective behavior, and intellectual functioning. Most of his symptoms were evident before he was three, and his parents report an increased amount of self-stimulating behavior. It is likely that Josh has been diagnosed as having;Answer;TBI.;autism.;Down Syndrome.;intellectual disability.;3 points;Question 30;Which of the following is an example of assistive technology?;Answer;wheelchair;artificial limbs;computers;all of the above;3 points;Question 31;Jimmy, a student with autism, can instantly perform complex math calculations in his head, including the multiplication of seven digit numbers. The following can be said about this splinter skill;Answer;It is not unusual as most people with autism have savant type splinter skills.;It is not unusual as most people with autism have strong math skills.;It is unusual as most people with autism do not have savant-type splinter skills.;It is unusual as most people with autism have savant-type language skills.;3 points;Question 32;Which of the following factors is not potentially predictive of future gang-related antisocial behavior?;Answer;learning failure;minimal or no parental support or supervision;unsafe neighborhoods;primary language spoken in the home;3 points;Question 33;Regarding nonmedical interventions with those having ADHD;Answer;cognitive interventions are considered the most effective.;targeted behavior modification strategies appear to be most effective.;none are recognized or recommended by the literature at this time.;those targeting specific academic subjects are more effective than broader targets.;Additional Requirements;Min Pages: 1;Level of Detail: Only answer needed;View full expert interaction;Get Answer;or Ask a new Question;Related Psychology Questions;Q. 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