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Multiple Choice Questions



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Question 1.
__________________ is an acquired injury to the brain caused by an external physical force, resulting in total or partial functional disability or psychosocial impairment that adversely affects a child's educational performance.


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Question 2.
The definition of traumatic brain injury includes which of the following aspects?


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Question 3.
Students with TBI differ in onset, complexity, and _____________ from students with other disabilities.


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Question 4.
Students with TBI often have the same or similar characteristics as students who have which of the following?


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Question 5.
The most common motor abnormalities are spasticity, ____________________, and ataxia.


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Question 6.
_____________________, weakness, and fatigue are common side effects of TBI.


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Question 7.
Problems with attention and memory, disruptions in higher-order social cognition tasks, and disruptions in executive functioning are characteristics of which of the following?


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Question 8.
__________________ is the ability to track individual and group conversations that occur in both quiet and noisy backgrounds.


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Question 9.
Depending on the extent of the injury and the particular area of the brain, other problems may include __________________ behavior, agitation, and anxiety.


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Question 10.
____________________ refers to TBI resulting from a caregiver who has shaken a child violently, often in situations when the caregiver is frustrated because of the child's crying.


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Question 11.
The four major causes of TBI include which of the following?


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Question 12.
Solving problems, determining solutions, drawing emphasis, empathizing, predicting outcomes, using context clues, and comprehending vocabulary are elements of which of the following?


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Question 13.
Instruction to recapture lost skills such as processing information, communication, and socialization is called ____________________.


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Question 14.
Attending to the instructor and instruction, understanding and retaining information, reasoning and expressing ideas, solving problems, and planning and monitoring one's own performance are key abilities that predict which of the following?


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Question 15.
Following a routine schedule, keeping appointments that are not routine, taking medications, remembering to perform a new task, and marking when to start or end a task are potential uses of ___________________.


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Question 16.
Delivering course content in smaller increments, modifying time between delivery of new information, and allowing students to respond to smaller chunks of information are strategies of which of the following?


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Question 17.
Other evidence-based instructional strategies include which of the following?


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Question 18.
Building team structure, learning teamwork skills, taking team action, teaching collaboratively, and improving communication and handling conflict are principle components of which of the following?


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Question 19.
The skills typically involved in teaching problem solving are problem identification, problem definition, and _______________________.


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Question 20.
________________________ are those skills that coordinate visual and sensory input with motor activities.


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