Special Education Quiz 1

Special Education Quiz 1 - Introduction To Special...

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Quiz #1  (Chapters 1 through 4) Introduction To Special Education: SPED 301-103  Winnie Dreier / Spring, 2008 Directions for Submission of Quiz Download this Quiz as a Word Document, complete it, and send it back as  an attachment to:   [email protected] You must use your Towson e-mail account.  Any correspondence sent  using any other account, will not be opened. This quiz must be submitted between 2/27/08, 7:00 PM and 3/5/08, 4:20  PM.  No quizzes will be accepted outside of this timeframe. Make sure you  save  your work and your submission e-mail. Directions for Completion of Quiz This is an “open book” quiz.  You may use the course textbook as well as  any notes from class or documents posted on the course Blackboard site.  To answer the  Multiple Choice  questions, highlight and  bold  the response  you have chosen. If you submit the quiz more than one time,  submit only the responses  you changed.  To respond to the  Short Answer  questions, write a response of no more  than one paragraph with approximately two to five sentences. Scoring of Quiz Multiple Choice:  Each question is worth 5 points for a total of 80 possible  points. Brief Response:  Choose two of the five items to respond to.  Each item is  worth up to 10 points for a total of 20 possible points. The total number of possible points for the entire quiz is 100. NAME:  Mike Tierce Multiple Choice
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