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5 Sample Questions

A student has shown much improvement in the emotionally handicapped program. He is achieving 90% of his daily points. He returns his behavior report signed by his mother daily, and he has been successful in his general education mathematics class. His ESE teacher has decided to take him off the point system, move him to a weekly report for his mother, and increase his mainstreaming by one class. This plan is designed to 

  • A. Increase Sam's self esteem
  • B. Increase Sam's self confidence
  • C. Increase Sam’s self directed activities
  • D. Increase Sam's self knowledge by allowing him to use curiosity

The simplest and most efficient assessment method to initially determine social skills functioning is to

  • A. See a specialist so they can make an observation
  • B. Have someone else evaluate you
  • C. Complete a published self evaluation
  • D. Complete a published check list

A 7-year old 2nd grader has difficulty remaining on task for more than 5 or 10 minute at a time. The teacher decides to reward students who remain on task for at least 10 minutes. This is an example of 

  • A. Fixed interval reinforcement
  • B. Verbal praise
  • C. Vocal reinforcement
  • D. Praising

Teacher who teaches children with specific learning disabilities has a student in her class who has frequent outbursts. The teacher wants to determine how long the outburst last, so she decides to collect data. The most appropriate method for the teacher to use 

  • A. Duration recording
  • B. Time Chart
  • C. Direct observation
  • D. Peer Review

A 4th grade student has been getting along well with his classmates. Whenever  an activity involved group work, all students want to have him in their group and he appeared to have enjoyed working with them. Recently, the teacher has observed him working alone on activites. When she encouraged the others to invite him to their group, they were all hesitant. Even the friendliest student in the classroom has requested not to be in a group with him. The intervention the teacher should take is 

  • A. Ask questions on why no one wants to interact with the student
  • B. Lecture the class about being kind to others.
  • C. Ask questions on what the student did
  • D. Lecture the class that they have to group up with the student