It's time to test what you've learned in this mini-course.
1: True or false: A child with bilateral cochlear implants should have no trouble determining the origin of a sound.
A. True
B. False
2: Assigning a buddy to the child with a cochlear implant may be helpful for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
A. The buddy can help signal transitions
B. The buddy can repeat the teacher's instructions
C. The buddy can force other kids to play with the child
D. The buddy can facilitate participation in noisy environments
3: “Hearing age” refers to what?
A. The age at which the child received the cochlear implant
B. The difference between the child's chronological age and the age at which the cochlear implant was implanted
C. The age at which the child began using sign language, if applicable
D. The child's chronological age
4: Factors contributing to language development in a child with a cochlear implant include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Whether the child uses an interpreter or not
B. Exposure to language
C. Developmental level
D. Supportive therapies in place
5: A child with a cochlear implant may experience difficulties with what?
A. Articulating certain phonemes
B. Constructing grammatically correct sentences
C. Finding the appropriate volume at which to speak
D. Any of the above
E. A and C only