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PRAXIS II - 353 SPED

Core Content Knowledge - Types of Exceptionalities

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10 types of exceptionalities Autism, Emotional Disturbance/Behavioral Disorder, Hearing Impairment, Mental Retardation, Orthopedic Impairment, Other Health Impairment, Specific Learning Disability, Speech/Language Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Visual Impairment
Impaired social development reacting to objects and people in unusual manners, observed difficult behaviors, communication and language deficits, and limited intellectual functioning and unusual responses to stimuli. Autism
Atypical emotional health, unable to form positive relationships, skewed internalized and externalized behaviors, and disruptive behavior. Emotional Disturbance/Behavioral Disorder
Difficulties processing and communicating using spoken language, difficulties in social relationships, emotional immaturity, academically delayed Hearing Impairment
Unable to adapt, cognitive delays, difficulties with memory, unable to solve problems, lacking in social skills, unable to generalize, and difficulties maintaining focused attention. Mental Retardation
Physical impairments such as cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, and spina bifida that require devices and equipment to adapt. Orthopedic Impairment
Medical conditions limiting strength, vitality and alertness, like diabetes, epilepsy, attention deficits, and diseases. Other Health Impairments
Demostrated difficulty with listening, reasoning, memory, attention, social skills, perception, and processing that sometimes present as problems with reading, written language, math and behavior Specific Learning Disabilities
Expressive and receptive language difficulties, pragmatics, fluency, voice and articulation delays. Speech/Language Impairment
Cognitive, memory, attention, judgment, and problem solving difficulties. Physical, sensory, social, behavioral and emotional difficulties identified. Traumatic Brain Injury
Language concepts underdeveloped, impaired motor development and mobility, social adjustment skills lacking and difficulties interacting within relationships. Visual Impairment
High verbal abilities, intellectual curiosity, sound decision-making skills, perfectionism, intiutiveness, need for mental stimulation, difficulty conforming, possessing early moral or existential conscience, and introversion. Gifted or Talented
Created by: puanani on 2010-05-25



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