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A child in your class frequently frowns, squints, tilts his head, complains of headaches,

 A child in your class frequently frowns, squints, tilts his head, complains of headaches, loses interest in group book reading, and consistently misses the holes when placing pegs in a pegboard. This child may have

a.attention deficit disorder.c.a visual problem.

b.a hearing problem.d.an attitude problem.

62.              Children who are severely hearing impaired may also experience cognitive problems because

a.they often also have a lower IQ.

b.they cannot distinguish among various sounds in their environment.

c.they do not know what questions to ask.

d.hearing impairment affects language learning and language is a primary tool for acquiring concepts about the world.

63.              The total communication approach for severely hearing impaired children includes

a.learning sign language.

b.learning sign language and speech reading.

c.learning sign language, speech reading, and using whatever hearing capacity they have.

d.learning sign language, speech reading, using whatever hearing capacity they have, and integration with nondisabled children.

64.              Communication impairments can result from

a.inadequate language stimulation and modeling in early life.

b.malformation of the structure of the mouth.

c.problems in synthesizing information in a meaningful way.

d.All of these answers.

65.              The majority of behavior problems seen in preschool children

a.require the attention of a behavior specialist.

b.are normal and should be dealt with by the teachers through suitable guidance techniques.

c.reflect poor parenting and should be dealt with through parent education programs.

d.reflect a deep-seated problem in the child that usually requires counseling or psychotherapy.

66.              A child who seems emotionally remote, reacts with inappropriate emotions, seems oblivious to others, and, at times, displays bizarre behaviors might be

a.hearing impaired.c.retarded.

b.visually impaired.d.autistic.

67.              If a child in the class has a chronic illness, such as asthma or epilepsy, the teacher should

a.find out as much as possible about the condition from parents, professionals, and readings.

b.take a first aid class to get basic information about the child’s illness.

c.call the parents to ask what to do only if the child has an attack.

d.encourage the parents to enroll the child in a special class that provides access to a health professional.

68.              Gifted children are those who

a.have above average intelligence.c.are precocious in language development.

b.are creative.d.display any of the above traits.

69.              Gifted young children should be

a.placed in a separate class where they can be given special attention.

b.placed in a regular early childhood class that provides challenging and enriching activities that allow all children to participate at their own levels.

c.placed in a higher grade so that they can be with children who function at the same intellectual level.

d.placed in several formal classes, such as violin or dance, so that they can develop their talents.

70.              Parents of children with disabilities often experience

a.grief and anger.c.acceptance.

b.denial and guilt.d.all of these emotions.

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