Chapter Six 1. The Federal Register’s definition of learning disabilities presumes that such a disability is a result of a problems with a basic psychologist process. 2. IDEA 2004 added an alternative method to evaluate children with a learning disability. The new method examines how thechild responds to specific, research-based intervention. This new method is called the response to intervention approach. 3. Repeated experiences of failure and frustration can lead to anticipatory anxietyin a new situations, even when the situations is not a stressful one. 4. Which of the following researchers coined the term learning disabilities in 1962? Kirk 5. Which of the following is most frequently postulated as a cause of learning disabilities? a problem related to how individuals process information at the neurological level. 6. Sensory integration involves all of the above. (the student’s ability to listen and take notes during class; the ability to usetwo or more senses simultaneously and smoothly; blend auditory perception and tactile actions)7. According to the 28th annual report to congress, the prevalence rate for learning disabilities in individuals ages 6-21 was 4.2 percent. 8. The four major components of the information processing model are input, processing, output, and the executive processing. 9. Which of the following is not an example of language-based disorder? fine motor skills 10.Which of the following is an academic learning disability? a reading problem11.Dyslexia is a problem in the area of language. 12.James is distractible, cannot sustain attention long enough to learn, and cannot direct himself purposefully. He may have an attention disorder.
13.Learning disabilities may manifest themselves in a child’s imperfect ability to do which of the following? all of the following. (listen, think, speak)14.Deep processing of information transforms the information to “make it ours”. 15.Six-year-old Jackie has been classified as dyslexic. She is likely to have difficulties single-word decoding. 16.The key components of a RTI model include an intervening hierarchy, standard protocol, collaborative problem solving, and progress monitoring.
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- Educational Psychology, Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, RTI, Learning disability, Anticipatory anxiety