Educational Interpreters: Eipa Written Pre-test

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1.  IDEA mandates that the IEP is reviewed at least once every two years.
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2.  It is not the interpreter’s role to alter communication in order to protect the deaf or hard of hearing student from potential emotional hurt. 
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3.  Interpreting for long periods of time without support/teaming can cause?  Check all that apply.
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4.  What are three things an interpreter can do to manage the environment?
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5.  Interpreters working with children from multicultural backgrounds need to develop strategies for dealing with intercultural and intracultural conflicts.  
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6.  Interpreters may have more knowledge and skills in the use of ASL than those licensed to teach students who are deaf or hard of hearing.               
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7.  Deaf adults prefer to be called __________.
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8.  Register refers to variations in language ranging from intimate to formal.   
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9.  Language evaluations should be performed by the interpreter.
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10.  The relationship of the tutor and the student is the same as the relationship between the interpreter and the student.
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11.  An interpreter working with children from multicultural backgrounds should demonstrate knowledge about?  Check all that apply.
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12.  Tutoring is important for deaf children and must be done by the interpreter due to communication requirements. 
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13.  Mainstreaming, typically means that….
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14.  Cognitive development refers to the child’s understanding of concepts and the ability to think and reason.
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15.  Modality refers to how quickly the language is used.
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16.  Interpreting a lesson does not necessarily make it accessible.
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17.  The use of captioning for movies and television programs may not be sufficient for some deaf and hard of hearing children because…  Check all that apply.
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18.  Hearing aids are used to correct hearing problems.  Hard of hearing children with hearing aids can hear as well as their hearing pears regardless of environment. 
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19.  Prosody is how a language is processed by the listener.  Can the listener understand who is being referenced, the direction of actions, and the location of characters?
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20.  ASL Language development is seen at a younger age compared to English language development.
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21.  Children begin to produce complex language at about what age?
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22.  Communication and language are the same concept.
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23.  Children often need support to learn new concepts in terms of contextualization, breaking down concepts, etc.  Effective support can include…  Check all that apply.
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24.  Children often create bonds with their interpreters and this is healthy.  But it is important to maintain professional boundaries.
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25.  What are the multiple levels or layers to analyzing a message?  Check all that apply.
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26.  Confidentiality is crucial to the interpreting profession.  With whom can the interpreter discuss issues about the deaf student?
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27.  IDEA specifies that a child who is deaf or hard of hearing is entitled to a qualified interpreter.
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28.  Interpreters should be present at the IEP meetings as an interpreter only not as an active member.  The interpreter should maintain confidentiality about classroom observations and student comprehension of subject matter.  The interpreter should only relay behavioral issues that may rise to the level of physical injury.    
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29.  The interpreter uses his/her discretion when it comes to personal information about the student.   (Drugs, Suicide, Abuse)
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30.  Some technologies that may be available for a family with a deaf or hard of hearing child are…   Check all that apply.
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31.  What does the IDEA stand for?
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