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140-Chapter 2

Chapter 2

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1. Response to intervention (RTI) is a prereferral model most often used in determining whether a child has a specific learning disability. In this model, B) the teacher’s instruction is examined to determine its quality and whether it is research-based.
2. Prereferral teams serve all of the following purposes EXCEPT A) developing IEPs for all students who need them.
3. Frequent measures that provide information on whether a student is learning as expected are C) progress monitoring assessments.
4. Frequent measures that provide information on whether a student is learning as expected are C) progress monitoring assessments.
5. Each of the following components must be included on an individualized education program (IEP) EXCEPT C) student’s IQ score.
6. Which of the following represents the legally correct position of IEP development within planning of special education services? C) evaluation, development of IEP, placement
7. Which one of the following best describes an individual family service plan (IFSP)? C) a type of IEP created for infants/toddlers with disabilities
8. What was the major accomplishment of IDEA and other federal laws with respect to transition? D) They required schools to integrate transition plans into IEPs for students with disabilities.
9. The special education intervention that requires the least specialized environment is C) instruction in a resource room.
10. Mrs. Cain is a regular third-grade teacher. She teaches most subjects to all of her students; however, Mrs. Hamilton, a special educator, provides reading and math instruction to exceptional students in the class. She also teaches organizational & A) co-teaching
11. Of the following, the special education intervention that represents the highest level of specialization is D) instruction in a self-contained special education classroom.
12. Estella has a learning disability. Her primary placement is most likely a B) regular classroom.
13. Some educators have suggested that the phrase “least restrictive environment” is not appropriate for describing the placement of students. Which term do they suggest as more accurate? A) most enabling environment
14. In co-teaching, B) regular and special educators teach together in the same classroom.
15. Bill is a student with low vision. His teacher provides him with a set of large-type notes at the beginning of each lecture. This is an example of A) accommodation.
16. The individualized education program (IEP) is not required to be a written statement; however, the parents must agree to the teacher’s plans before the student is enrolled. b. false
17. Most students with disabilities spend the majority of their school day in special education, self-contained classrooms. b. false
18. Supporters of “standards-based” reforms feel that teachers have expected too much of all students. b. false
19. Schools are not required to provide employment-related services to students with disabilities. b. false
20. Virtually all early childhood educators agree that young children with disabilities and those considered “at risk” should be in inclusive programs. b. false
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