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HI Chris, 3 more ques last one Guidelines for early childhood

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HI Chris,
3 more ques last one
Guidelines for early childhood programs for typical children:
a.should be the same for exceptional children.
b.are usually insufficient for exceptional children.
c.are not appropriate for exceptional children.
d.cannot be adapted for use with exceptional children.
In describing exceptional children, the term developmental delay is preferable to the term handicapped because:
a.the law requires it.
b.the term handicapped refers to only physical disabilities. suggests that all children have the same potential for development. suggests that children will improve their skills.

A severe loss of hearing in a young child: less detrimental to development than loss of vision. more detrimental to development than loss of vision.
c.requires education in a separate facility for all school years.
d.should not require specialized education.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
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Expert:  Chris M. replied 5 years ago.

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