ICTSCertification-BoardIllinois Certification Testing System
QUESTION: 301 The letters or letter clusters that represent sounds are called: A. phonemes. B. b. graphemes. C. c. morphemes. D. d. lexemes. Answer: B QUESTION: 302 Which of the following would be of equal concern whether a teacher were selecting a fiction book or a nonfiction book for use in the classroom? A. The year in which the book was written B. The author's style and use of language C. The author's expertise in the subject D. The author's use of symbolism and imagery Answer: B QUESTION: 303 A teacher tells the class that gasoline prices rose sharply in 2005 when Hurricane Katrina wiped out more than a quarter of crude oil production in the United States. The economic principle being taught in this lesson is the effect of: A. inflation. B. deflation. C. deficit spending. D. supply and demand. Answer: D QUESTION: 304 The Maasai people of Kenya live in small villages but spend much of their time traveling great distances across the Serengeti Plains, following the cattle upon which they rely for sustenance. The Maasai are best described as: 116
A. sedentary. B. agricultural. C. semi-nomadic pastoralists. D. hunter-gatherers. Answer: C QUESTION: 305 Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. The Earth rotates on its axis once every 24 hours. B. A solar eclipse can only occur during a new moon. C. The Moon rotates on its axis as it revolves around the Earth. D. A lunar eclipse occurs when the Moon passes between the Earth and the Sun. Answer: D Section 24: Sec Twenty Four (306 to 310) Details:ICTS Learning Behavior Specialist 1 QUESTION: 306 Which of the following factors is most frequently linked with the development of social-emotional disorders in children?