AEPA Special Education Cross-Category 22 by Sharon Wynne

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Includes competencies/skills came upon at the AEPA detailed schooling: Cross-Categroy try out and 380 sample-test questions. This advisor, aligned particularly to criteria prescribed through the Arizona division of schooling, covers the sub-areas of figuring out scholars with specified wishes; Assessing scholars and constructing Individualized education schemes (IEP's); selling scholar improvement and studying; and dealing in a Collaborative studying Community.

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Riles PASE v. Hannon Answer: A. Diana v. the State Board of Education (1970) Diana v. the State Board of Education resulted in the decision that all children must be evaluated in their native language. SPECIAL EDU. CROSS-CATEGORY 47 TEACHER CERTIFICATION STUDY GUIDE 115. Prior to the passage on PL 94-142, which of the following was included in data brought to the attention of Congress regarding the education of students with disabilities? (Competency 31) (Average Rigor) A. B. C. D. There were a large number of children and youth with disabilities in the United States.

Decode unknown words Recognize previously known words Increase comprehension Understand contextual clues Answer: A. Decode unknown words The knowledge a child has when seeing a word for the first time will enable them to understand how to approximately pronounce it first. This may lead to a recognition of an orally known word and increase comprehension. 59. Bloom’s Taxonomy includes all of the following EXCEPT? 0) (Average Rigor) A. B. C. D. Comprehension Synthesis Integration Analysis Answer: C.

It is the expansion of a student’s performance beyond the initial setting. , reading to math word problems, resource room to regular classroom). 72. 0) (Rigorous) A. B. C. D. ” syndrome Curricular objective is exceeded Answer: A. Experience with one task influences performance on another task. Positive transfer occurs when the required responses and the stimuli are similar. Negative transfer occurs when the stimuli remain similar, but the required responses change. SPECIAL EDU. CROSS-CATEGORY 28 TEACHER CERTIFICATION STUDY GUIDE 73.

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