It's time to test what you've learned in this mini-course.
1: When speaking to a child with a cochlear implant, proper delivery of your message includes all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Speaking clearly
B. Speaking loudly
C. Moving closer if the child can't hear you
D. Speaking slowly
2: Preteaching:
A. Introduces new vocabulary, sight-words, and themes prior to beginning a new unit
B. May require participation by the child's parents, teacher aides, interns, or older student helpers
C. Requires the teacher to work with the student prior to the start of the school day
D. All of the above
E. A and B
3: Examples of preteaching strategies include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Quiz the child on new topics prior to introducing them to the rest of the class
B. Read stories on the same topics as the units
C. Use pictures to illustrate new vocabulary words
D. Suggest relevant books for parents to read with the child at home prior to beginning a new unit at school
4: An appropriate way to get the attention of a child with a cochlear implant during class is to:
A. Call the student's name until he or she hears you
B. Ask the child's neighbor to give him or her a nudge
C. Use established nonverbal hand signals
D. Walk over to the child and give him or her a tap on the shoulder
5: When giving directions to a child with a cochlear implant:
A. Ask the child, “What did I just say?”
B. Gain the child's attention
C. Use short, easy-to-understand sentences
D. Ask the child, “What did you hear?”
E. A, B, and C
F. B, C, and D
6: Preparing a child with a cochlear implant for a transition may include all of the following EXCEPT:
A. Using a visual job wheel
B. Sticking to a regular routine
C. Ringing a bell
D. Counting down to transitions with the entire class
7: An FM system:
A. Reduces background noise
B. Brings the voice of the speaker directly to the child
C. Will amplify all sounds in the classroom
D. Can easily be installed without outside help
8: True or false: Most children with cochlear implants require an interpreter in the classroom.
A. True
B. False