Exceptional Children Study Set 1

Psychology

Quiz 8 :

Communication Disorders

Quiz 8 :

Communication Disorders

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The smallest elements of language that carry meaning are called _____.
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Which of the following is true regarding languages?
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D

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Which of the following is an example of BICS?
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A child with a communication disorder is eligible for special education services when the disorder _____.
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Which of the following statements about speech-sound errors is true?
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Jake is a high school student. After-school conversations with friends include the use of slang words and may include telling of a "dirty joke." When Jake arrives at his grandparents' house he uses standard English and says "ma'am" and "sir" when addressing them. This ability to adjust language represents skill in_____.
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Which of the following statements about dialects is most accurate?
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Mrs. Gonzales is evaluating Maria for a possible communication disorder. She asks Maria a series of open-ended questions to evaluate her expressive speech. This type of assessment is known as a _____.
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Which dimension of language is concerned with the meaning of words and combinations of words?
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Which of the following is NOT true about stuttering?
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Cherell is a 9th grader who is experiencing some difficulties at school. She has been sent to the principal's office for slapping a classmate. She tearfully tells the principal that she is tired of being teased by other students who claim that she sounds like a man when she talks. The term used to describe the quality of Cherell's voice is _____.
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Speech and language impairments constitute a secondary disability for approximately _____.
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Nicole tells her older brother that Mom need some "leach" from the store before she can wash his socks. Nicole's speech error is known as a/an _____.
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Which of the following is not a process involved in the production of speech?
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A loss of the ability to process and use language is known as _____.
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Which of the following students is most likely to have a language disorder?
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Which of the following students is most likely to have problems with reading?
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Which of the following children shows signs of a receptive language disorder?
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A person who engages in intraindividual communication _____.
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Mrs. Crosby has been asked to evaluate Hector for a possible communication disorder. Hector's family came from Miami but they speak very little English. Mrs. Crosby has assessed Hector in both English and Spanish. What else can she do to be sure that she has adequately measured his true communicative competence?
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