It's time to test what you've learned in this mini-course.
1: Which of the following helps a child develop self-advocacy skills?
A. Discussing the child's strengths and weaknesses
B. Developing scripts to describe the child's skills and needs
C. Teaching the child to speak loudly
D. All of the above
E. A and B
2: One skill your child should practice in order to remember complex instructions or longer strings of information is to _____.
A. Turn the instructions into a song
B. Write it down
C. Restate what was heard
D. All of the above
3: Before speaking to another person, a child with a cochlear implant should ____.
A. State the listener's name
B. Wave
C. Clear his throat
D. Write down his thoughts
4: Practicing social advocacy skills should include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Making practice fun and natural
B. Incorporating practice into daily activities
C. Adding more difficult skills throughout the year
D. Drilling your child on learned skills each day
5: In order to help your child develop social skills you should _____.
A. Have your child smile at someone new each day, unprompted
B. Have your child call a classmate on the phone
C. Set up a play date with other classmates
D. Have your child greet and make small talk with someone each day
E. All of the above
F. A, C, and D
6: Good options for play dates include:
A. Going for a swim
B. Hanging out at the mall
C. Going to a carnival
D. Going out for ice cream