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Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points Adaptive skills: A. are the

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Question 1 of 20 5.0 Points
Adaptive skills:
A. are the same as functional skills.
B. are different from functional skills.
C. exclude functional skills.
D. include functional skills.

Question 2 of 20 5.0 Points
An example of encouraging children's self-determination is:
A. having all children complete the same art project.
B. telling children they have to drink all their milk.
C. having children choose where to play at center time.
D. having the teacher select the book for story time every day.

Question 3 of 20 5.0 Points
Children learn self-care skills best when:
A. teachers teach them carefully.
B. they are part of their daily routine.
C. they are mature enough to learn them.
D. adults provide a great deal of assistance.

Question 4 of 20 5.0 Points
Learned helplessness in a child most likely comes from:
A. too much assistance.
B. developmental delays.
C. kindness of teachers.
D. too little assistance.

Question 5 of 20 5.0 Points
An example of learning a self-care skill in context is:
A. setting aside time each day for a child to practice on a button board.
B. having a child practice opening a door by twisting a doorknob five times each day.
C. providing a child with a toothbrush at school and self-care time to brush teeth after breakfast and lunch.
D. scooping food yourself onto a child's plate during family-style meals.

Question 6 of 20 5.0 Points
A. is totally dependent on maturation.
B. may need to be taught in steps.
C. cannot be taught.
D. is not related to maturation.

Question 7 of 20 5.0 Points
Many self-care tasks can be taught through:
A. adaptive behaviors.
B. self-determination.
C. fencing.
D. chaining.

Question 8 of 20 5.0 Points
The concept of "goodness-of-fit" would be most useful in:
A. understanding a child's challenging behavior.
B. determining developmental delay.
C. providing speech services.
D. encouraging independence.

Question 9 of 20 5.0 Points
The final goal of a functional approach to managing problem behavior is to:
A. change the child.
B. replace an inappropriate behavior with an appropriate behavior.
C. change the environment.
D. help the child understand how to behave.

Question 10 of 20 5.0 Points
The most important way to determine if a behavior management strategy is working is to:
A. ask the child's teacher.
B. ask the child's family.
C. use the same strategy for at least six weeks.
D. collect data on the behavior.

Question 11 of 20 5.0 Points
Sammy has hit James and James is crying. The first thing to do is to:
A. tell both boys to stop fighting.
B. take Sammy directly to timeout.
C. comfort James immediately.
D. tell Sammy he hurt James and make Sammy apologize.

Question 12 of 20 5.0 Points
You want children to walk in the hallway. If they begin to run, the best thing to say to redirect them is:
A. "Stop running."
B. "Walk in the hallway."
C. "Running is for outside."
D. "We don't run."

Question 13 of 20 5.0 Points
A child's noncompliance is often due to all of the following EXCEPT:
A. too many rules.
B. not enough choices.
C. poor ability to understand.
D. a bad personality.

Question 14 of 20 5.0 Points
A temper tantrum:
A. is a learned behavior and responds to reinforcement.
B. is an emotional behavior and does not respond to reinforcement.
C. should never be ignored.
D. should always be ignored.

Question 15 of 20 5.0 Points
Keisha clings to you a lot and does not speak much to other adults. To diminish this behavior you should:
A. hold her whenever she clings to you.
B. provide attention before she starts clinging.
C. tell her to "act like a big girl."
D. talk to her parents about the problem.

Question 16 of 20 5.0 Points
Jerrold is well-behaved and listens to you, but he seems to play alone a lot. He is very shy with adults and children and doesn't say too much. You should:
A. tell Jerrold to go and play with someone.
B. tell another child to go and play with Jerrold.
C. invite Jerrold to join you in playing with another child.
D. leave him alone because he'll grow out of it.

Question 17 of 20 5.0 Points
Transition planning for children with special needs should focus primarily on:
A. maintaining continuity of services.
B. getting the child ready for school.
C. the family's needs.
D. the child's needs.

Question 18 of 20 5.0 Points
A major goal of a child's transition to a new program is to:
A. meet new people.
B. learn new skills.
C. meet new teachers.
D. transfer skills.

Question 19 of 20 5.0 Points
The most important thing agencies can do to make transition easier for families is:
A. collaborate.
B. provide paper work to each other
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Once again, your post got cut short. Please repost #19 and #20.



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