Special Educational Needs (Sen) Advanced - Qp6

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  • 1. 

    Pre-school age, up to five years, these children often show a lack of understanding of the turn-taking mechanisms of conversation, and this tends to lead to poor development of overall social skills, a lack of ability to rhyme words, and they sometimes also demonstrate difficulties with coordination.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Preschool-age children, up to five years old, often struggle with understanding the turn-taking aspects of conversations. This difficulty can hinder their overall social skills development, as well as their ability to rhyme words and coordinate. Therefore, the statement that these children often show a lack of understanding of turn-taking mechanisms in conversations and experience challenges with social skills, word rhyming, and coordination is true.

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  • 2. 

    If a child has a sensory impairment, particularly hearing, but also visual, or multi-sensory impairments, they are not likely to have SLCN.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    B. False
    Explanation
    Having a sensory impairment, such as hearing or visual impairment, can actually increase the likelihood of a child having Speech, Language, and Communication Needs (SLCN). Sensory impairments can affect a child's ability to perceive and process auditory or visual information, which in turn can impact their language development and communication skills. Therefore, the statement is incorrect, and the correct answer is False.

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  • 3. 

    Four to five year old children at this age should be able to understand longer strings of instructions and by now they should also be able to understand most of what they hear at home and at school, and they should be able to tell a short story, and keep a conversation going. 

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    At the age of four to five, children's language skills and comprehension abilities have significantly developed. They can understand longer strings of instructions and comprehend most of what they hear at home and school. They are also capable of telling short stories and engaging in conversations. Therefore, the statement is true.

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  • 4. 

    The principles behind Wave 3 and how they can be made effective:-    (Select Four)

    • A.

      Is expected to establish priorities, analyse the results, and review progress.

    • B.

      Should improve the quality of teaching and learning on a continuous basis.

    • C.

      Should ensure that resources are managed and used to meet the needs of all pupils.

    • D.

      Should provide information for the children.

    • E.

      Should also bring professional development into practice in the classroom.

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Is expected to establish priorities, analyse the results, and review progress.
    B. Should improve the quality of teaching and learning on a continuous basis.
    C. Should ensure that resources are managed and used to meet the needs of all pupils.
    E. Should also bring professional development into practice in the classroom.
    Explanation
    The principles behind Wave 3 involve establishing priorities, analyzing results, and reviewing progress. This helps to ensure that the necessary actions are taken to address the needs of students and make improvements. Additionally, Wave 3 aims to continuously improve the quality of teaching and learning, ensuring that resources are effectively managed to meet the needs of all pupils. It also emphasizes the importance of bringing professional development into practice in the classroom, ensuring that teachers are equipped with the necessary skills and knowledge to support student learning.

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  • 5. 

    Provision maps give teachers and head teachers the opportunity to see whether the _______ they provide (in addition to the mainstream curriculum) match the needs of the pupils, and it should show up any gaps in the provision.

    • A.

      Services

    • B.

      Evaluation

    • C.

      Guidance

    Correct Answer
    A. Services
    Explanation
    Provision maps give teachers and head teachers the opportunity to see whether the services they provide (in addition to the mainstream curriculum) match the needs of the pupils, and it should show up any gaps in the provision. This means that provision maps help in assessing whether the additional services offered by the school, such as special education or counseling, are aligning with the specific needs of the students. By identifying any gaps in the provision, educators can make necessary adjustments to ensure that all students receive the support they require.

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  • 6. 

    One of the most important aspects of teaching and supporting pupils with SLCN is for teachers to maintain high _________ for those children, and it is considered that in most cases, better success is achieved where SEN children were expected to do well and make progress.

    • A.

      Education

    • B.

      Expectations

    • C.

      Progress

    Correct Answer
    B. Expectations
    Explanation
    Maintaining high expectations for pupils with SLCN is crucial in teaching and supporting them. When teachers have high expectations for these children, they believe in their ability to succeed and make progress. This positive belief and attitude can greatly impact the students' motivation, self-esteem, and overall academic performance. By setting high expectations, teachers create an environment that fosters growth and encourages these children to reach their full potential.

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  • 7. 

    Schools are expected to be able to see when it is appropriate that a child should be attaining more, and also when a child should not be attaining as much; sometimes this is appropriate, for example, if they are going through a difficult time in their lives.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    Schools are expected to have an understanding of the individual needs and circumstances of each child. They should be able to recognize when a child should be achieving more and when they may need additional support. This includes recognizing when a child may be going through a difficult time, such as facing personal challenges or experiencing trauma, which may affect their ability to attain as much. Therefore, it is true that schools are expected to be able to see when it is appropriate for a child to be attaining more and when they should not be attaining as much.

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  • 8. 

    Children with SLCN can be monitored in a variety of ways, not just through official assessments:-    (Select Three)

    • A.

      Including the teacher reviewing profiles they have compiled.

    • B.

      Include evidence from the pupils themselves, their views about where they stand and how well they have improved.

    • C.

      Lesson observations can be very useful.

    • D.

      Endless assessments

    Correct Answer(s)
    A. Including the teacher reviewing profiles they have compiled.
    B. Include evidence from the pupils themselves, their views about where they stand and how well they have improved.
    C. Lesson observations can be very useful.
    Explanation
    Children with SLCN can be monitored in a variety of ways. One way is for the teacher to review profiles they have compiled, which can provide valuable information about the child's progress and areas of concern. Another way is to include evidence from the pupils themselves, by considering their views about where they stand and how well they have improved. This can provide insights into their own perception of their language and communication skills. Additionally, lesson observations can be very useful in monitoring a child's SLCN, as they allow the teacher to directly observe their communication abilities in a natural setting.

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