VDOE LD Guidelines Quiz

 

  • Question 1

    1 out of 1 points

    Teaching methods for this learning disability include explicit instruction in transcription, with multiple opportunities to practice.

  • Question 2

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    This type of learning disability is a language disorder that affects the student’s ability to understand and express linguistic messages and is distinct from speech disorders.

  • Question 3

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    Unfortunately, research on this type of learning disability is still not well validated; thus, there is still much to learn about mathematics disabilities.

  • Question 4

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    The difficulties with this learning disability typically result from a deficit in the phonological component of language that is often unexpected in relation to other cognitive abilities and the provision of effective classroom instruction.

  • Question 5

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    This type of disability represents a heterogeneous set of neurobiological disorders that includes difficulties in several academic and social domains.

  • Question 6

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    Although students with SLD by definition do not have an intellectual disability, they may have cognitive deficits in which areas:

  • Question 7

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    There are three kinds of linguistic awareness. This type refers to the ability to identify word parts that signal meaning and grammar.

  • Question 8

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    The four types of Specific Learning Disabilities include

  • Question 9

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    There are several disorders that may be comorbid or associated conditions that tend to occur together with SLD and should be considered during the evaluation process. These three types include all of the following EXCEPT

  • Question 10

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    There are three kinds of linguistic awareness. This type of linguistic awareness is the understanding and awareness that spoken words consist of individual sounds and combinations of speech sounds. Two important activities for this type are blending and segmentation.

  • Question 11

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    There are three kinds of linguistic awareness. This type of linguistic awareness refers to the sensitivity to constraints on how the letters are organized to form words (e.g. tap vs. tpa).

  • Question 12

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    Assessment of this learning disability includes reading lists of read words with or without context clues and pseudowords.

  • Question 13

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    This type of learning disability is a disorder of writing caused by neurological damage and is partially the result  of visual-spatial and language processing difficulties.

  • Question 14

    1 out of 1 points

    This type of learning disability is the inability to understand and remember mathematics concepts, rules, formulas, basic computation skills, and sequence of operations.

  • Question 15

    1 out of 1 points

    This type of learning disability is a reading, decoding, and spelling problem that is neurobiological in origin.

 

 
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