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Special Needs Questions - All Grades

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College Special Needs
Possibly the most important reason that students with disabilities must be provided sufficient access to the general curriculum is
  1. opportunity to make good grades
  2. the right to attend prom and atheletic events
  3. the law's mandate for all students' inclusion in high-stakes tests
  4. social promotion
College Special Needs
The greatest equalizer for the deaf in terms of technology and feeling the same as a hearing person has been:
  1. the TDD
  2. the TTY
  3. the Cochlear Implant
  4. the latest digital hearing aids
  5. the cell phone
Graduate Special Needs
Visual supports may be helpful for (select all that apply):
  1. Showing the steps to completing an activity.
  2. Explaining the order of activities.
  3. Showing when something will occur.
  4. Transitioning from one activity to another.
  5. Ending a preferred activity.
  6. Becoming engaged in an activity.
Graduate Special Needs
Children who may benefit from visual supports are those who:
  1. Don't like to stop an enjoyable activity.
  2. Have trouble staying focused on the present activity.
  3. Do not do what they are told.
  4. Like to draw pictures.
  5. Become frustrated when demands are placed on them.
  6. Always want to look at pictures in books.
Continuing Education Special Needs
College Special Needs
Types of visual supports which may help support communication are (select all that apply):
  1. visual schedules
  2. speaking closer to the child's face
  3. timers
  4. first/then boards
  5. speaking with lots of hand gestures
College Special Needs
The manifestation determination
  1. Considers whether a health issue may be impacting a student's learning.
  2. Considers whether certain behaviors, such as rules against chewing hum, should be waived for the benefit of a student with a disability.
  3. Considers whether the student will show her/his knowledge more on an alternative MCAS portfolio
  4. Considers whether a serious behavior is related to a student's disabilities
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