Posted by Tamera on .
Would you please check these questions and my answers? Let me know the ones I
have wrong and need to recheck.
1. Many self-care tasks can be
A. adaptive behaviors
2. The concept of "goodness-of-fit"
would be most useful in:
A. understanding a child's challenging
B. determining developmental delay
C. providing speech services
D. encouraging independence
3. The final goal of a functional
approach to managing problem
behavior is to:
A. change the child
B. replace and inappropriate behavior
with an appropriate behavior
C. change the environment
D. help the child understand how to
4. The most important way to determine
if a behavior management strategy
is working is to:
A. ask the child's teacher
B. ask the child's family
C. use the same strategy for at least
D. collect data on the behavior
5. Sammy has hit James and James is
crying. The first thing to do is
A. tell both boys to stop fighting
B. take Sammy directly to time out
C. comfort James immediately
D. tell Sammy he hurt James and make
6. A temper tantrum:
A. is a learned behavior and responds
B. is an emotional behavior and
does not respond to reinforcement
C. should never be ignored
D. should always be ignored
7. Keisha clings to you a lot and
does not speak much to other adults.
To diminish this behavior you should:
A. hold her whenever she clings to you
B. provide attention before she starts
C. tell her to act like a "big girl"
D. talk to her parents about the problem
8. Jerrold is well-behaved and listens
to you,but he seems to play alone
a lot. He is very shy with adults
and children and doesn't say too
much. You should:
A. tell Jerrold to go and play with
B. tell another child to go and play
C. invite Jerrold to join you in playing
with another child.
D. leave him alone because he'll
grow out of it.
9. The most important thing agencies
can do to make transitions easier
for families is to:
B. provide paper work to each other
C. leave families alone
D. provide paper work to families
10. When exceptional children enter
A. they should be able to learn as
typical children learn.
B. they usually need a special
C. an IEP can help focus on their
D. they should never be expected to
learn as typical children.
Here are my answers. Please let me know the ones I have wrong.
1. (D) chaining
2. (A) understanding a child's
3. (B) replace an inappropriate
behavior with an appropriate
4. (D) collect data on the behavior
5. (C) comfort Sammy immediately
6. (D) should always be ignored
7. (B) provide attention before she
8. (C) invite Jerrold to join you in
playing with another child
9. (A) collaborate
10. C) an IEP can help focus on their
Thank you very much for your help-again!
Your answers are correct, except I question your answer for number 6. It's nearly impossible to ignore a temper tantrum when others are being disturbed or in danger of being hit. Temper tantrums are usually an emotional response to a situation that's frustrating for the child. Please check your book for the appropriate answer to this question.