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  1. 1. Trinity University of Asia Cathedral Heights, Q.C. College of Education SPED 04 & 06 LET Review A. Direction: Write the letter of the correct answer on the blank provided before the number._____1. This is a procedure for determining the instructional needs on the basis of the student’s ongoing performance in a content area. A. Performance assessment B. Curriculum-based C. Assessment_____2. It is a process of collecting data for the purpose of making decisions about students. A. Performance assessment B. Ecobehavioral assessment C. Assessment_____3. It involves gathering data on student performance directly by having them work singly or in groups to perform tasks. A. Ecobehavioral assessment B. Performance assessment C. Assessment_____4. An assessment consists of individually administered, psychological and educational tests. A. Portfolio assessment B. Psychoeducational assessment C. Assessment_____5. is the assessment of the relationship between contextual factors and student behavior. A. Ecobehavioral assessment B. Performance assessment C. Assessment_____6. is the process of assessing a collection of products of an individual’s work; sometimes called work-sample assessment. A. Performance assessment B. Portfolio assessment C. Assessment B. Encircle the letter of the best answer for each of the following questions.1. _____________ is not a way to gather data on students. a. Record review b. Observation c. Interviewing d. Revelation2. The process of collecting data to decide whether more intensive assessmentis needed is called: a. Referral b. Screening c. Program evaluation d. Eligibility determination
  2. 2. 3. The process of breaking complex student work into component skills is called: a. Task analysis b. Portfolio assessment c. Ecobehavioral assessment d. Performance assessment4. When one assesses those skills necessary to perform successfully in a setting (e.g., college) we asll this: a. Portfolio assessment b. Environmental appraisal c. Job analysis d. Inference5. Score that are significantly above or below average are called: a. Scaled scores b. Normal curve equivalent c. Discrepant scores d. Percentiles6. Test that measures skills in academic content areas are called: a. Content assessments b. Achievement tests c. Diagnostic tests d. Personality tests7. _____________is the measurement term used to refer to consistency in measurement. a. Validity b. Reliability c. Representatives d. Correlation8. Assessment is: a. Testing students to determine their strength and weaknesses b. A process of collecting data for the purpose of making decisions c. Always tailored to the individual d. Testing used to decide who is eligible for special education9. When the test is modified more appropriate picture of a person with a specific disability, this is called: a. Accommodation b. Flexibility c. Accountability d. Alternative assessment10. Which is true? a. Assessment is a way to test. b. Assessment should be directed at improving instruction. c. Students who perform poorly on test are eligible for special education services. d. Students who are disadvantaged perform poorly on tests
  3. 3. ________7.. means a disorder in one or more of the basic psychological process involved inunderstanding or in using language, spoken or written, that may manifest itself in animperfect ability to listen, think, speak, read, write, spell, or to do mathematical calculations.A. Specific Learning disability B. Multiple Disabilities, C. Special Speech ImpairmentD. Speech/Language Impairment________8.. means an acquired injury to the brain caused by an external physical force,resulting in total or partial functional disability.A. Psychological Impairment B. Traumatic Brain Injury C. Other Health Impairment,D. Deafness________9. means a hearing impairment that is so severe that the child is impaired inprocessing linguistic information through hearing, or without amplification, that adverselyaffects a child’s educational performance.A. Visual impairment B. Multiple Disabilities, C. Hearing Impairment, D. Deafness________10. emotional disturbance are generally categorized by whether they are primarilyexternalizing or internalizing.A. Deafness B. Emotional Disturbance, C. Mental Retardation, D. Behavioral Disorders________11. the combination of which causes such severe communication and otherdevelopmental and educational needs that they cannot be accommodated in special educationprograms.A. Visual impairment B. Deaf-blindness, C. Hearing Impairment, D. Deafness________12. the term means a condition exhibiting one or more of the followingcharacteristics over a long period of time and to a marked degree that adversely affects achild’s educational performance: a general pervasive mood of unhappiness or depression, atendency to develop physical symptoms or fears associated with personal or school problems.The term includes schizophrenia.A. Emotional Disturbance B. Behavioral Disorders, C. H. Impairment, D. Deafness________13. means a developmental disability significantly affecting verbal and nonverbalcommunication and social interaction, generally evident before age 3, that adversely affects achild’s educational performance.A. Visual impairment B. Multiple Disabilities, C. Autism, D. Deafness_______14. means a communication disorder, such as stuttering, impaired articulation,language impairment, or a voice impairment, that adversely affects a child’s educationalperformance.A. Specific Learning disability B. Multiple Disabilities, C. Special Speech ImpairmentD. Speech/Language Impairment________15.concurrently with deficits in adaptive behavior and manifested during thedevelopmental period that adversely affects a child’s educational performance.A. Deafness B. Emotional Disturbance, C. Mental Retardation, D. Behavioral Disorders
  4. 4. ________16. is significantly sub average general intellectual functioning, existing 8. meansan impairment that may be permanent or fluctuating, that adversely affects the child’seducational performance. There are 3 types of this kind of impairment: conductive,sensorineurial, and congenital.A. Deafness B. Multiple Disabilities, C. Mental Retardation, D. Hearing Impairment ________17. having limited strength, vitality, or alertness, including a heightened alertnessto environmental stimuli, that results in limited alertness, with respect to the educationalenvironment.A. Hearing Impairment B. Multiple Disabilities, C. Other Health Impairment,D. Deafness________18. this disability is a combination of which causes such severe educationalneeds that they cannot be accommodated in the special education program solely for one ofthe impairments. The term does not include deaf-blindness.A. Deafness B. Multiple Disabilities, C. Mental Retardation, D. Behavioral Disorders________19. means an impairment in vision that, even with correction, adversely affects achild’s educational performance. The term includes both partial sight and blindness.A. Partial Blindness B. Visual Impairment, C. Mental Retardation, D. Deaf-blindness__________20. means a severe orthopedic impairment that adversely affect the child’seducational performance. The term includes impairment caused by congenital anomaly (e.g.,clubfoot and the absence of member), impairments caused by or burns that cause by disease. A. Other Health Impairment C. Orthopedic Impairment, D. Cerebral Palsy__________21. difficulties in spelling, reading, listening, focusing, remembering and writing can allhave impact on all areas of school-subjects. A. LDs that affect Academics B. LDs that affect Organization and Focus C. LDs that affect Social Life C. LDs that affect Physical Interaction with the World__________22. series of executive functions allow us to do things like plan, predict, organize andfocus. LDs that interfere with these things can interfere with how we manage our lives and physicalspace. ADHD, which does affect executive function, is coming to be seen as an LD because of this. A. LDs that affect Academics B. LDs that affect Organization and Focus C. LDs that affect Social Life C. LDs that affect Physical Interaction with the World__________23. we learn how to be socially successful, even though we don’t notice that we’relearning. So LDs that make it difficult to interpret facial expressions, body language, or tones of voicecan have a real impact on a person’s social life. A. LDs that affect Academics B. LDs that affect Organization and Focus C. LDs that affect Social Life C. LDs that affect Physical Interaction with the World_________24. again, without knowing, we are constantly receiving information about oursurroundings and about our bodies: our balance, coordination and movements are all based on thisinformation. So an LD that interferes with how we understand that information can cause a person tobe uncoordinated or “clumsy.” A. LDs that affect Academics B. LDs that affect Organization and Focus C. LDs that affect Social Life C. LDs that affect Physical Interaction with the World
  5. 5. __________25. getting information into the brain (INPUT), making sense of this information(INTEGRATION), storing and later retrieving this information (MEMORY), or getting this informationback out (OUTPUT). A. LDs by specific area of processing involved B. LDs that affect Organization and Focus . C. LDs that affect Social Life D. LDs that affect Physical Interaction with the World________26. This is a neurological disorder, which originates in the right hemisphere of the brain, causing problems with visual-spatial, intuitive, organization, evaluation and holistic processing functions. A. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities B. Dyslexia C. Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders D. Dysgraphia E. Dyscalculia________27. It is a mathematical disability in which a person has a difficult time solving arithmetic problems and grasping math concepts. A. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities B. Dyslexia C. Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders D. Dysgraphia E. Dyscalculia________28. A sensory disabilities in which a person has difficulty understanding language despitenormal hearing and vision. A. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities B. Dyslexia C. Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders D. Dysgraphia E. Dyscalculia________29. A writing disability in which a person finds it hard to form letters or writing within a defined space. A. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities B. Dyslexia C. Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders D. Dysgraphia E. Dyscalculia________30 A language-based disability in which a person has trouble understanding written words. It may also be referred as reading disability or reading disorder. A. Nonverbal Learning Disabilities B. Dyslexia C. Dysgraphia D. Auditory and Visual Processing Disorders E. Dyscalculia______31. This is a lists of items for comparison, or other checking purposes A. Forms B. Interviews C. Surveys D. Records/reports E. Checklists______32. This is one approach to gather data from the child himself, his parents, peers, former teachers, and at times, relatives and neighbors A. Forms B. Interviews C. Surveys D. Records/reports E. Checklists______33. A document with blank spaces to be filled in with particulars A. Forms B. Interviews C. Surveys D. Records/reports E. Checklists______34. This is a detailed examination, as to ascertain condition . standardized psychological tests – as measures of the child’s abilities, interests, aptitudes, personality characteristics and traits, self-concept, problems, adjustment and other factors. A. Forms B. Interviews C. Surveys D. Records/reports E. Checklists_______35. This is a referral/diagnostic reports of psychologists, counselors, psychiatrists, neurologists, social workers, and other specialists. A. Forms B. Interviews C. Surveys D. Records/reports E. ChecklistsPrepared by: Encarnacion T Francisco, Ed. D.
  6. 6. Faculty, College of Education

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