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World Autism Awareness Day Quizzes & Trivia

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  • 1. 

    Autism is an ailment which is characterised primarily by impaired social interaction, a defect in abilities of communication of both verbal and non-verbal classification, as well as repetitive, restricted and stereotyped behaviours.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The statement accurately describes the characteristics of autism, which include impaired social interaction, communication difficulties, and repetitive behaviors. Therefore, the answer "True" is correct.

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  • 2. 

    There are many relevant skills and attributes involved in properly understanding language, these include:-    (Select Seven)

    • A.

      Understanding emotions

    • B.

      An ability to hear soundly.

    • C.

      A keen attention span.

    • D.

      The capacity to distinguish clearly between the many various sounds involved in speech.

    • E.

       An aptitude to memorise and later associate with aforementioned speech sounds.

    • F.

      A basic knowledge of basic word meanings and sentence structure.

    • G.

      An ability to understand language in a number of contexts.

    • H.

      Effective eyesight for reading.

    Correct Answer(s)
    B. An ability to hear soundly.
    C. A keen attention span.
    D. The capacity to distinguish clearly between the many various sounds involved in speech.
    E.  An aptitude to memorise and later associate with aforementioned speech sounds.
    F. A basic knowledge of basic word meanings and sentence structure.
    G. An ability to understand language in a number of contexts.
    H. Effective eyesight for reading.
    Explanation
    The answer includes skills and attributes that are important for properly understanding language. These include the ability to hear sound clearly, having a keen attention span, being able to distinguish between different sounds in speech, having the ability to memorize and associate speech sounds, having a basic knowledge of word meanings and sentence structure, understanding language in different contexts, and having effective eyesight for reading.

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  • 3. 

    In our context of language content in relation to autism awareness, children dealing with ________ language problems will generally possess a very limited vocabulary, show difficulty in articulating and expressing non-figurative concepts and encounter persistent problems with word-finding.

    • A.

      Expressive

    • B.

      Receptive

    Correct Answer
    A. Expressive
    Explanation
    Children dealing with expressive language problems will generally possess a very limited vocabulary, show difficulty in articulating and expressing non-figurative concepts, and encounter persistent problems with word-finding. This means that they struggle to express themselves verbally and have difficulty finding the right words to communicate their thoughts and ideas. They may have a smaller range of words they can use and may struggle to convey abstract or non-literal concepts.

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  • 4. 

    Children dealing with form problems will perform better in written tests of language than verbal ones, they will likely still face difficulty with the likes of plurals, possessives, prepositions, verb tenses and word endings.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Children dealing with form problems, such as difficulties with plurals, possessives, prepositions, verb tenses, and word endings, are likely to perform better in written tests of language than verbal ones. This means that their written language skills may be stronger compared to their verbal language skills.

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  • 5. 

    Further proposed strengths of the autistic mind include:- (Select Six)

    • A.

      A flawless visual memory.

    • B.

      The ability to think and in turn put forward ideas in a purely visual way.

    • C.

      The taking on and memorising stacks of information in a fraction of the time it takes others.

    • D.

      An excellent and powerful long term memory.

    • E.

      Excellent organisational skills

    • F.

      Often misunderstand the speaker's real meaning

    • G.

      A heightened sense of integrity.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. A flawless visual memory.
    B. The ability to think and in turn put forward ideas in a purely visual way.
    C. The taking on and memorising stacks of information in a fraction of the time it takes others.
    D. An excellent and powerful long term memory.
    E. Excellent organisational skills
    G. A heightened sense of integrity.
    Explanation
    The given answer includes six proposed strengths of the autistic mind. These strengths are: flawless visual memory, the ability to think and put forward ideas in a visual way, the ability to take on and memorize large amounts of information quickly, excellent long-term memory, excellent organizational skills, and a heightened sense of integrity.

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