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The social interaction, or pragmatic, theory of language development suggests that
The social interaction, or pragmatic, theory of language development suggests that
[html]The social interaction, or pragmatic, theory of language development suggests that

• comprehending language is more important than producing language.

• language is taught by direct instruction and arrangement of consequences.

• language development is easily separated from social and cognitive development.

• the natural environment may be arranged to teach more effective
Education Studies   James89   0   Jamesriverdean   4 hours ago
The theory that language depends on brain development and proper brain functioning and that language ...
The theory that language depends on brain development and proper brain functioning and that language ...
The theory that language depends on brain development and proper brain functioning and that language disorders resulting from brain dysfunction can sometimes be compensated for is the theory of

• biological maturation.

• behavioral psychology.

• information processing.

• cognitive development.
Education Studies   Fattbatts   0   2   4 hours ago
Requesting objects, rejecting interactions, sharing ideas, and seeking social interaction are examples of
Requesting objects, rejecting interactions, sharing ideas, and seeking social interaction are examples of
Requesting objects, rejecting interactions, sharing ideas, and seeking social interaction are examples of

• communicative function.

• communication.

• language.

• expressive language.
Education Studies   Fattbatts   0   momo6534   4 hours ago
Many children do not learn to produce all speech sounds correctly until they
Many children do not learn to produce all speech sounds correctly until they
Many children do not learn to produce all speech sounds correctly until they

• are 18 months old.

• are 3 years old.

• are 8-9 years old.

• leave high school (16-18 years old).
Education Studies   LeaP   0   2   4 hours ago
Which statement is TRUE concerning the comparison between the language of a normally developing ...
Which statement is TRUE concerning the comparison between the language of a normally developing ...
[html]Which statement is TRUE concerning the comparison between the language of a normally developing child and one with a language disorder?

• The sequence of development is similar, but milestones are reached at later years by the child with a disorder.

• The sequence of development is different, but milestones are reached at around the same ages.

• The sequence of development
Education Studies   topgradehub   0   celticgreen   4 hours ago
Which of the following statements about communication variations is TRUE?
Which of the following statements about communication variations is TRUE?
[html]Which of the following statements about communication variations is TRUE?

• If a student does not use the language expected in school, she or he has a language disorder.

• Someone with a language difference who also has difficulty communicating even in his or her home language community.

• Children of nondominant cultures should not be expected to learn the rules for effect
Education Studies   rhwyatt   0   3   Paigegalvan96   4 hours ago
Which one of the following is the best example of a language variation?
Which one of the following is the best example of a language variation?
Which one of the following is the best example of a language variation?

• Appalachian English

• acquired aphasia

• stuttering

• American Sign Language
Education Studies   Brad_was   0   Nova1   4 hours ago
Approximately what percentage of the school-age population is thought to have a language disorder?
Approximately what percentage of the school-age population is thought to have a language disorder?
Approximately what percentage of the school-age population is thought to have a language disorder?

• 1%

• 5%

• 10%

• 20%
Education Studies   elmajn   0   3   JennMMiller22   4 hours ago
Approximately what percentage of preschool-age students is thought to have a speech disorder?
Approximately what percentage of preschool-age students is thought to have a speech disorder?
Approximately what percentage of preschool-age students is thought to have a speech disorder?

• 1%

• 8-9%

• 15%

• 20%
Education Studies   jbrisell   0   rmstoney1   4 hours ago
Approximately what percentage of children identified for special education receives services ...
Approximately what percentage of children identified for special education receives services ...
Approximately what percentage of children identified for special education receives services primarily for speech or language disorders?

• 1%

• 5%

• 10%

• 20%
Education Studies   Havakajs   0   2   4 hours ago
It is difficult to estimate the prevalence of communication disorders primarily because
It is difficult to estimate the prevalence of communication disorders primarily because
[html]It is difficult to estimate the prevalence of communication disorders primarily because

• there is so much overlap with other categories of disability.

• schools do not maintain accurate records in this area.

• many parents are reluctant to allow their children to receive speech and language services.

• definitions of communication disorders vary so much from state to stat
Education Studies   Tbreland05   0   muchkinnn   4 hours ago
All of the following are examples of speech disorders EXCEPT
All of the following are examples of speech disorders EXCEPT
All of the following are examples of speech disorders EXCEPT

• semantic disorder.

• articulation disorder.

• fluency disorder.

• voice disorder.
Education Studies   kcamplin95   0   3   mmondol   4 hours ago
Shaunta has a speech disorder which causes her to stutter. This is a disorder of
Shaunta has a speech disorder which causes her to stutter. This is a disorder of
Shaunta has a speech disorder which causes her to stutter. This is a disorder of

• articulation.

• motor-speech.

• voice.

• fluency.
Education Studies   Fattbatts   0   nedstarktheknic   4 hours ago
Communication requires
Communication requires
Communication requires

• language.

• encoding and decoding.

• speech.

• listening and speaking.
Education Studies   dominicklacasse   0   2   4 hours ago
There are no standardized assessments available for outcome measures for people with autism.
There are no standardized assessments available for outcome measures for people with autism.
There are no standardized assessments available for outcome measures for people with autism.

• true

• false
Education Studies   Barbmat   0   pkam   4 hours ago
At the preschool level, teachers emphasize natural interactions in general education classrooms with ...
At the preschool level, teachers emphasize natural interactions in general education classrooms with ...
At the preschool level, teachers emphasize natural interactions in general education classrooms with students who do not have disabilities.

• true

• false
Education Studies   Peryeeee   0   2   4 hours ago
Most people with autism exhibit remarkable ability or talent in particular splinter skills, such as ...
Most people with autism exhibit remarkable ability or talent in particular splinter skills, such as ...
Most people with autism exhibit remarkable ability or talent in particular splinter skills, such as playing music, drawing, or calculating

• true

• false
Education Studies   jayjayhussle310   0   sanjidhaa   4 hours ago
Some people with ASD are highly intelligent and high achieving.
Some people with ASD are highly intelligent and high achieving.
Some people with ASD are highly intelligent and high achieving.

• true

• false
Education Studies   loweba1   0   2   4 hours ago
The symptoms of autism spectrum disorder cannot be noticed before a child is two years old.
The symptoms of autism spectrum disorder cannot be noticed before a child is two years old.
The symptoms of autism spectrum disorder cannot be noticed before a child is two years old.

• true

• false
Education Studies   jay3istheman   0   Suliman   4 hours ago
People with autism have a high incidence of cognitive deficits.
People with autism have a high incidence of cognitive deficits.
People with autism have a high incidence of cognitive deficits.

• true

• false
Education Studies   pbjt   0   3   tiffanyswh   4 hours ago
Evidence indicates that there is a connection between the measles, mumps, rubella vaccine and autism.
Evidence indicates that there is a connection between the measles, mumps, rubella vaccine and autism.
Evidence indicates that there is a connection between the measles, mumps, rubella vaccine and autism.

• true

• false
Education Studies   dominicklacasse   0   Tifany   4 hours ago
The majority of people with autistic spectrum disorders have autism rather than Asperger syndrome.
The majority of people with autistic spectrum disorders have autism rather than Asperger syndrome.
The majority of people with autistic spectrum disorders have autism rather than Asperger syndrome.

• true

• false
Education Studies   pbjt   0   2   4 hours ago
Social interaction problems for persons with Asperger syndrome tend to increase as they reach ...
Social interaction problems for persons with Asperger syndrome tend to increase as they reach ...
Social interaction problems for persons with Asperger syndrome tend to increase as they reach adolescence and adulthood.

• true

• false
Education Studies   thall031   0   Suliman   4 hours ago
Autism is a separate category under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) since 1990.
Autism is a separate category under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) since 1990.
Autism is a separate category under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) since 1990.

• true

• false
Education Studies   stoneskin21   0   2   4 hours ago
A condition that is much like autism but usually without significant delays in cognition and language is
A condition that is much like autism but usually without significant delays in cognition and language is
A condition that is much like autism but usually without significant delays in cognition and language is

• Asperger syndrome.

• non-verbal learning disabilities.

• psychosis.

• retrograde autism.
Education Studies   sophiegiu   0   GOJES   4 hours ago
The term "spectrum" in autism spectrum disorders refers to the fact that people with ASD
The term "spectrum" in autism spectrum disorders refers to the fact that people with ASD
[html]The term "spectrum" in autism spectrum disorders refers to the fact that people with ASD

• have a variety of symptoms and degrees of impairment that fall along a continuum.

• have symptoms that are like waves, they come and go.

• are almost always (at least over 50%) obsessed with the colors of objects in their environment.

• are overrepresented in the LGBT population.[/ht
Education Studies   darla   0   3   hungwang   4 hours ago
In Kanner's paper, he described the children he was studying as all of the following EXCEPT
In Kanner's paper, he described the children he was studying as all of the following EXCEPT
In Kanner's paper, he described the children he was studying as all of the following EXCEPT

• prefer to play alone.

• perceived as normal.

• obsessive desire for repetition.

• resistance to being held by parents.
Education Studies   dominicklacasse   0   jiangyang   4 hours ago
Asperger identified children who had
Asperger identified children who had
[html]Asperger identified children who had

• average intelligence but channeled their intellectual pursuits into obsessive preoccupation in narrow areas.

• superior intelligence but channeled their intellectual pursuits into obsessive preoccupation in narrow areas.

• below average intelligence but remarkable ability in a particular area.

• below average intelligence and a tenden
Education Studies   ellehaine24   0   3   nmstarf4   4 hours ago
Planning for transition to adulthood for people with Asperger syndrome is largely concerned with issues of
Planning for transition to adulthood for people with Asperger syndrome is largely concerned with issues of
Planning for transition to adulthood for people with Asperger syndrome is largely concerned with issues of

• housing costs because of the Affordable Care Act.

• sexual education.

• public versus private residential placement.

• social interaction.
Education Studies   Hellohi21   0   Fg1988   4 hours ago
Kanner's research with a group of children he called "autistic" indicated that these children ...
Kanner's research with a group of children he called "autistic" indicated that these children ...
[html]Kanner's research with a group of children he called "autistic" indicated that these children could be set apart from children with schizophrenia in each of the following ways EXCEPT

• Children with schizophrenia withdrew from the world at some point in time, while children with autism had no social connections to begin with.

• Children with autism exhibited unique language
Education Studies   pulseh14   0   2   4 hours ago
In many ways, outcomes for persons with autism are similar to those with
In many ways, outcomes for persons with autism are similar to those with
In many ways, outcomes for persons with autism are similar to those with

• learning disabilities.

• intellectual disabilities.

• emotional or behavioral disorders.

• attention deficit hyperactivity disorders.
Education Studies   BladeLotus   0   xaero13   4 hours ago
According to the National Research Council, each of the following is considered an essential feature ...
According to the National Research Council, each of the following is considered an essential feature ...
[html]According to the National Research Council, each of the following is considered an essential feature of effective educational programs for preschool children with autistic spectrum disorders EXCEPT

• entry into intervention programs as soon as diagnosis is seriously considered.

• inclusion of a family component, including parent training.

• low student/teacher ratios in the
Education Studies   Barbmat   0   2   4 hours ago
Two critical areas of assessment for students with autism spectrum disorders are progress in
Two critical areas of assessment for students with autism spectrum disorders are progress in
Two critical areas of assessment for students with autism spectrum disorders are progress in

• reading and math skills.

• reading but not math skills.

• math skills but not reading skills.

• language development and social/adaptive behavior.
Education Studies   hfhfhhfhf   0   mtv12   4 hours ago
Equine therapy
Equine therapy
Equine therapy

• shows promise as a way to enhance social interaction of children with ASD.

• has been debunked as a method of helping children with ASD.

• falls short of the criterion of "proof of concept."

• is dangerous and should not be used for children with severe ASD.
Education Studies   john6969   0   2   4 hours ago
The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) focuses on
The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) focuses on
The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) focuses on

• teaching pivotal skills like motivation.

• improving relatively severe language problems.

• teaching pivotal skills like self-management.

• teaching reading based on phonemic awareness.
Education Studies   n2cute   0   amanda42898   4 hours ago
Educators of students with autistic spectrum disorder are putting increasing emphasis on applying ...
Educators of students with autistic spectrum disorder are putting increasing emphasis on applying ...
Educators of students with autistic spectrum disorder are putting increasing emphasis on applying behavioral psychology in

• structured settings and controlled environments.

• normalized situations and normalized locations.

• natural settings and natural interactions.

• natural settings and in-vitro interactions.
Education Studies   AmyP911   0   3   nmstarf4   4 hours ago
Functional behavioral assessment is used to reduce or eliminate negative behaviors. The purposes the ...
Functional behavioral assessment is used to reduce or eliminate negative behaviors. The purposes the ...
Functional behavioral assessment is used to reduce or eliminate negative behaviors. The purposes the negative behaviors serve for a person are

• antecedents.

• setting events.

• consequences.

• quasi-negative reinforcers of the first magnitude.
Education Studies   BladeLotus   0   andrea sarah   4 hours ago
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) includes each of the following components EXCEPT
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) includes each of the following components EXCEPT
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) includes each of the following components EXCEPT

• using structured lessons.

• limited use of reinforcement.

• focus on functional skills.

• continuous assessment of progress.
Education Studies   pbjt   0   2   4 hours ago
Jean is a young woman with Asperger syndrome. Her coworker recently lost a family member to cancer. ...
Jean is a young woman with Asperger syndrome. Her coworker recently lost a family member to cancer. ...
[html]Jean is a young woman with Asperger syndrome. Her coworker recently lost a family member to cancer. Jean expounded on her knowledge of the cause and effects of the illness, but did not offer condolences, nor did she notice the discomfort she was causing her coworker. Jean's inability to perceive the feelings or to understand the emotional state of her coworker is related to

Education Studies   KeeBeeUtiful   0   jakannm   4 hours ago
The natural inclination for most people to bring order and meaning to information in their ...
The natural inclination for most people to bring order and meaning to information in their ...
The natural inclination for most people to bring order and meaning to information in their environment by perceiving it as a meaningful whole rather than as disparate parts is

• lateral coherence.

• central coherence.

• lateral adherence.

• central synthesis.
Education Studies   luhhshortiee   0   2   4 hours ago
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