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Question 1 of 20 Typical development of children usually:

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Question 1 of 20

Typical development of children usually:
A. shows variation.

B. is exactly the same.

C. refers to height and weight.

D. is highly unpredictable.

Question 2 of 20

Which one of the following is NOT an example of a developmental milestone?
A. Crawling

B. Walking

C. Using words

D. Riding a bicycle

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Question 3 of 20

A good example of people-first language is:
A. "He has cerebral palsy."

B. "She's a Down's baby."

C. "This is a child with attention deficit disorder."

D. "That boy is autistic."

Question 4 of 20

A three-year-old child who is developmentally delayed might:
A. need training wheels on his two-wheel bike.

B. speak in two-word sentences.

C. not be able to read.

D. need someone to cut his meat.

Question 5 of 20

A child who grew up in poverty and abuse yet eventually went to college probably possessed:
A. many books.

B. multiple intelligences.

C. vulnerability.

D. resilience.

Question 6 of 20

Minority children are often NOT identified as gifted because:
A. minority children cannot be gifted.

B. the tests are too hard.

C. teachers often do not acknowledge giftedness in minority children.

D. minority children are at risk.

Question 7 of 20

Congenital deafness in a baby:
A. is a result of injury.

B. will not change after birth.

C. is always genetically related.

D. is a result of poor nutrition.

Question 8 of 20

The birth of a child with Down syndrome is more likely to occur in:
A. women over 45.

B. teenagers.

C. women who use drugs.

D. women who are physically active.
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Question 9 of 20

Malnutrition and too little protein in the diet of a pregnant woman can result in a baby born with:
A. fetal alcohol syndrome.

B. low birth weight.


D. Down syndrome.

Question 10 of 20

Developmental problems are related to living in poverty because:
A. children in poverty do not go to school regularly.

B. all children in poverty have developmental problems.

C. children in poverty cannot receive special help.

D. children in poverty often have inadequate health care and nutrition.
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Question 11 of 20

A category specifically related to special needs in communication is:
A. speech and language problems.

B. mental retardation.

C. emotional disturbance.

D. learning disability.

Question 12 of 20

An emotional disability in a young child is generally characterized by:
A. aggressive behavior.

B. poor language skills.

C. behavior that is much different from what is typical for the same age or culture.

D. learning problems.

Question 13 of 20
Which one of the following could NOT be a congenital abnormality?
A. Club foot

B. Left-handedness

C. Absence of a limb

D. Paralysis

Question 14 of 20

Autism can be generally described as:
A. having a low IQ.

B. being artistic.

C. being a slow learner.

D. having a developmental disorder of the brain.
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Question 15 of 20

A common reason for intermittent hearing loss in young children is:
A. ear infections.

B. pierced ears.

C. playing outside where volume levels cannot be controlled.

D. television volume.

Question 16 of 20 5.0 Points

Which one of the following is NOT a possible warning sign of hearing loss?
A. Speaking loudly

B. Ringing in the ears

C. Talking a lot

D. Speaking softly
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Question 17 of 20 5.0 Points

A child with a hearing loss may have trouble making friends because:
A. it is a lot of work for them to communicate.

B. they are not friendly.

C. they prefer to be alone.

D. teachers don't know sign language.
Question 18 of 20 5.0 Points

Total communication might be a better way to teach language to a hearing-impaired child because:
A. signing is too hard to learn.

B. families usually prefer the choices it allows.

C. lip reading is difficult for children.

D. there is proof that total communication is best.

Question 19 of 20 5.0 Points

A visually impaired child who presses his fingers against his eyes might be displaying:
A. poor behavior.

B. eye pain.

C. a need for attention.

D. a blindism.

Question 20 of 20 5.0 Points

A special education teacher might recommend an orientation and mobility specialist for a visually impaired child who:
A. moves too slowly.

B. wears glasses.

C. has trouble getting from class to the lunch room.

D. can't see the blackboard.
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