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Test Your Hearing Impaired Knowledge - Quiz

This quiz is to test your knowledge of the Hearing Impaired.
After looking through the different websites on Trackstar, you should be more familiar and better educated. This quiz contains 8 questions to see how much you remember!


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    What is tinnitus?

    • A.

      A fly commonly found in Africa.

    • B.

      The buzzing noise of a bee.

    • C.

      A deafness caused by premature birth.

    • D.

      A noise induced hearing loss.

    Correct Answer
    D. A noise induced hearing loss.
    Explanation
    Tinnitus is a condition characterized by a ringing, buzzing, or other similar noise in the ears. It is not related to flies or bees, and it is not specifically caused by premature birth. However, tinnitus can be caused by various factors, including exposure to loud noises over time, which can lead to noise-induced hearing loss. Therefore, the correct answer is "A noise induced hearing loss."

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  • 2. 

    True or False:You should get the attention of a student with a hearing impairment before speaking and communicating and always face the student.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    When communicating with a student with a hearing impairment, it is important to get their attention before speaking. This is because they may not be able to hear or understand what is being said if they are not paying attention. Additionally, facing the student while speaking allows them to see your facial expressions, lip movements, and gestures, which can help them better understand the message being conveyed. By doing these things, you can ensure effective communication and inclusion for students with hearing impairments.

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  • 3. 

    When possible provide images and ______ for the students with hearing disabilities.

    Correct Answer
    videos, power points, visual aids
    Explanation
    The correct answer is videos, power points, and visual aids. These are all effective tools for providing information to students with hearing disabilities. Videos can include sign language interpretation or captions, allowing students to follow along visually. Power points can be used to display written information and images, making it easier for students to understand the content. Visual aids, such as diagrams or charts, can also enhance comprehension for students with hearing disabilities by providing visual representations of concepts. Overall, these tools help ensure that students with hearing disabilities have access to the same information as their peers.

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  • 4. 

    True or False:Don't go too quickly from one sentence to another when you have an interpreter in the classroom.

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    When there is an interpreter in the classroom, it is important not to go too quickly from one sentence to another. This is because the interpreter needs time to accurately interpret and convey the information to the students. If the speaker moves too quickly, the interpreter may not be able to keep up, leading to confusion and a breakdown in communication. Therefore, it is necessary to go at a pace that allows the interpreter to effectively do their job.

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  • 5. 

    How many students in the classroom should have a peer buddy or small group to help one another and lend each other support?

    • A.

      Only the Hearing Impaired.

    • B.

      Only the Special Educated.

    • C.

      10 Students.

    • D.

      Every Student.

    Correct Answer
    D. Every Student.
    Explanation
    Every student should have a peer buddy or small group to help one another and lend each other support. This promotes a sense of inclusivity and creates a supportive learning environment where students can collaborate and assist each other in their academic and social development. It also helps to foster empathy, teamwork, and communication skills among students.

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  • 6. 

    Hearing loss or deafness does not affect a person's ____________ capacity or ability to learn.

    Correct Answer
    intellectual
    Explanation
    Hearing loss or deafness does not affect a person's intellectual capacity or ability to learn. This means that even though someone may have difficulty hearing, it does not impact their cognitive abilities or their capacity to acquire knowledge and skills. They are still fully capable of learning and processing information using other senses and communication methods.

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  • 7. 

    Keep you _____ away from your face while speaking so that your speech and facial expressions may be more easily interpreted by the child.

    Correct Answer
    hands, arms
    Explanation
    To ensure that the child can better understand your speech and facial expressions, it is important to keep your hands and arms away from your face while speaking. This allows for clearer communication as the child can observe your facial expressions and gestures more easily.

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  • 8. 

    What are some tools an educator should have in their Teachers Kit for Hearing Aid Management? Why are these tools important?

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