ALD exam 2 notecards

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ALD exam 2 notecards
2013-05-01 19:41:07

exam 2 in notecard format
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  1. The intuitive use of linguistic knowledge and automatic use of knowledge are three stages of development of
    metalinguistic development
  2. A linguistic feature deficit noted among adolescents with language disorders
    metaphor comprehension
  3. Among the production problems typical of adolescents with language disorders are
    A) word retrieval
    B) sentences of shorter length and complexity
    C) limited and concrete vocabulary
    D) any of the above
    D) Any of the above
  4. Knowledge and use of _______ is a strong factor in the the acceptance of adolescents with learning disabilities by their typically developing peers.
  5. Most of the curriculum and lecture style at the secondary level takes the form of
    expository text
  6. Difficulty correcting grammatically incorrect sentences, lack of understanding of acceptable word order, and deficits in phonological awareness are characteristics of adolescents with
    reading deficits
  7. Writing erros such as "His respone to this story he felt he was talked into a different viewpoint." known as topic/structure comment mistakes, these errors are categorized as
    rhetorical errors
  8. Lost or abandoned patterns traceable to the demands of writing sentences categorized as
    production errors
  9. Writing errors caused by the influece of a second langauge or dialect are categorized as
    interference errors
  10. Writing errors caused by an unstable or idiosyncratic rule system are categorized as
    systematic errors
  11. In descriptive categories of challenged spellers, a student who actively doesn't like reading, does no writing out of school and has no sense of personal control over language or learning is demonstrating
    literacy avoidance
  12. In the descriptive categories of challenged spellers, an average reader and writer, who relies on external sources for spelling and editing is demonstrating
    literacy at arms length
  13. In the descriptive categories of challenged spellers, a strong reader and writer who enjoys language is demonstrating
    full literacy
  14. In the descriptive categories of challenged spellers, a reluctant reader with weak writing skills and a minimal motivation to achieve in spelling is demonstrating
    literacy resistance
  15. A cluster of syndromes that includes a short attention span, difficulty concentrating, poor impulse control, and distractibility is known as
    attention deficit disorder
  16. Unusual facial formation, prematurity, postnatal growth retardation, malformation of the limbs and delayed intellectual and lagnague development are some of the characteristics of
    fetal alcohol syndrome
  17. ______ is primarily a disorder in communication and social functioning, including sparse verbal expression and lack of adaptability to the needs of the listener.
    autistic disorder
  18. ______ is determined on the basis of autisticlike deficits in social and pragmatic skills in the presence of a history of more or less typical cognitive development and langauge skills.
    Asperger's Syndrome
  19. A ________ assessment is a bilevel analysis that evaluates the documents the student communciation problem and its underlying causes.
  20. Self assessment, presentation and defense of student work, representativeness of performance in the field, and teaching and learning of criteria are 4 characteristics of
    authentic assessment
  21. _______ means that assessment must be meaning based and integrative, not fragmenting language into discrete components.
    linguistic realism
  22. The ______ is the type of curricular that is produced by curriculum committees.
  23. The rules for social interaction among peers comprise the ______ type of curricular.
  24. _____ curricular refers to textbook selection.
  25. The unspoken expectations of the mainstream are the _______ curricular type.
  26. One major problem with the majority of speech and langauge assessment instruments is that
    they are culturally biased
  27. The presumed relationship between nonlinguistic cognitive development and language development results in a referencing based on
    mental age referencing
  28. Comparing a child's performance in one area of language with performanc ein all other areas is known as
    intralinguistic referencing
  29. Which of the following statements regarding listening is true?
    A) listening ability is a measure of intelligence
    B)listening is a passive activity
    C) good listening is related to good hearing
    D) none of the above
    D) none of the above
  30. The philosophy which suggests that language impairment should be viewed in the context of what society considers "a handicapping condition" is known as
  31. The philosophy that suggests that language impairment should be defined through reference only to language functioning is known as
  32. The ability to select main ideas, significant details and sequence events are aspects of
    informational listening
  33. An analysis method that provides qualitative information, describes behavior, and reports progress is known as
  34. ________ is a meausre of syntactic complexity consisting of a main clause with all subordinate clauses attached to and embedded within the clause.
  35. T/F  In order to develop gains and a positive attitude toward writing, one author suggests that a student should write at least 4 days a week.
  36. T/F  Most people read 3 times more than they listen.
  37. T/F  The ability to summarize material is critical for academic success.
  38. T/F  When a student has difficulty conveying an accurate message, the student is demonstrating difficulty with the quality of discourse.
  39. T/F  When using a standardized test, if it is a performance test, there should be arbitrary minimums.
  40. T/F  A student's attitudes toward tasks such as thinking, reading, and writing may influence performance in these areas.
  41. T/F  A SLP should endeavor to be aware of teacher and administrator attitudes.
  42. T/F  Structure of the educational system should be assessed to determine flexibility.
  43. T/F  Current assessment paradigms indicate a client-centered approach using quantitative data.