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LET Reviewer - Professional Education

LET Reviewer for Professional Education
LET Reviewer for Professional Education

51. This is an assessment done where informations are collected from a number of sources knowledgeable about the child, including families, caregivers and professionals.
A. Multicultural Assessment
B. Mutidimensional Assessment
C. Multidynamic Assessment
D. Multisource Assessment

52. Responsive and sensitive to child-initiated behaviour.
A. Curriculum design
B. Activity
C. Incidental Teaching

53. Refers to the absence or partial loss of an arm or leg.
A. Plegia
B. Loss Limbs
C. Limb Deficiency
D. Limb Amputee

54. This include abnormalities in the pitch (too high/too low), quality (hoarse/breathy, tight/harsh), loudness (inadequate/too loud), or resonance (hyponasal, such as when you have a cold, or hypernasal, when there is too much sound coming through the nose) of the voice.
A. Voice Disorder
B. Language Disorder
C. Communication Disorder
D. None

55. Child has difficulty with the development of speech sounds and the rules for the sound system.
A. Syntax Disorder
B. Phonological Disorder
C. Speech Disorder
D. Dysphagia

56. Another way of looking at curriculum theory and practice is via:
A. Procedure
B. Production
C. Process
D. Both a and C

57. Behavior is monitored in regard to how long it lasts.
A. Rate Data
B. Time Sampling
C. Duration Data
D. Interval Recording

58. Keys that are up to four times the size of standard computer keys.
A. Concept Key Board
B. Med Tech
C. Technologist
D. Large keyboard

60. It facilitates transfer of information at a faster pace. It also allows better communication.
A. Teacher
B. Technical
C. Technology
D. Techniques

61. An assault on the brain that causes mild to severe injury.
A. Traumatic brain Injury
B. Close Brain Injury
C. Brain Injury
D. None

62. Removal of access to all sources of reinforcement for a specified time period contingent upon the target behaviour.
A. Extinction
B. Target Behavior
C. Prompt
D. Time Out

63. It means a cloudy areas in part or all of the lens of the eye.
A. Cataract
B. Myopia
C. Night Blindness
D. Blind

64. It is a term used to refer to all the team approaches that address students' academic and behavior problems prior to any consideration for special education eligibility.
A. Team Approach
B. Co Teaching
C. Prereferral
D. Team Teaching

65. It places a special education teacher as a full partner in a classroom with a general education teacher.
A. Partial Inclusion
B. Full Inclusion
C. Mainstream
D. Regular Class

67. It means changing the way in which instruction is delivered or changing the way in which a student is expected to respond to instruction
A. Accommodation
B. Self-Contained Class
C. Special Class
D. Training

68. Is a rare inherited condition marked by extremely brittle bones.
A. Spina Bifida
B. Cerebral Palsy
C. Paralysis
D. Osteogenesis Imperfecta

69. Tiny sounds created in the inner ear in response to a stimulus.
A. Otitis Media
B. Middle Ear
C. Otoacoustic Emissions
D. Cochlea

70. It involves the central nervous system and is a disability of the brain, spinal cord, or nervous system. These impairments often result in compound motor problems that can affect several body systems.
A. Orthopedic Impairment
B. Physical Impairment
C. Neurological Impairment
D. Impairments

71. Process by which information is collected regarding the occurrence of the behavior prior to any intervention.
A. Extinction
B. Prompt
C. Baseline
D. Rewards

72. He discovered Down Syndrome to which is known as trisomy 21.
A. Dr. John Doen
B. Dr. John Langdon Down
C. Dr. Langdon Down
D. Dr. John Down

73. The year that the Decade of the Filipino Child was declared…..
A. 1879
B. 1967
C. 1996
D. 1976

74. A French educator who himself was blind and developed the tactile system of reading and writing based on code or six dots.
A. Louis Baille
B. Louis Braille
C. Loiuse Daille
D. Louis Taille

75. An act providing for the rehabilitation, self-development and self-reliance of disabled persons and their integration into the mainstream society and for other purposes known as Magna Carta for Disabled Person.
A. Republic Act 7277
B. Republic Act 7772
C. Republic Act 7672
D. Republic Act 6277

76. It refers to the problems that an individual with disability encounters as he or she attempts to function or interact in his or her environment.
A. Disability
B. Impairment
C. Handicap
D. Impaired

77. A medical disorder of known etiology and predictable prognosis or outcome ex. Cerebral palsy, DS.
A. Established Risk
B. At Risk
C. Biological Risk
D. All Risk

78. He said that genius is solely the result of heredity—born not made.
A. Charles Darwin
B. Francis Dalton
C. Charles Galton
D. Francis Galton

79. He or she maintains records, teaches, prepare and provide materials for the child.
A. Teacher
B. Cooperating Classroom Teacher
C. Itinerant Teacher
D. Both B & C

80. The capacity to perceive the visual-spatial world accurately and to perform transformation upon those perceptions.
A. Intelligence
B. Balance Intelligence
C. Right Intelligence
D. Spatial Intelligence

81. A course content is covered in a shortened period of time, leaving students of pursue projects of special interest.
A. Grade acceleration
B. Completer Course
C. Short Program
D. Workshop

82. Kent has some problems with reading thus, he needs to learn reading by some simple memory recall of the letter sound prior to the more complex way of understanding the word as in spelling and vocabulary therefore the teacher needs to use:
A. Work Analysis
B. Chucking
C. Task Analysis
D. Prioritizing

83. It is known as the Youth Welfare Code, abounds with specific provisions for the welfare of the exceptional child.
A. P.D. No. 703
B. P.D. No. 503
C. P.D. No. 903
D. P.D. 603

84. It is nonverbal test used with the Verbal Scale of the Weschler Adult Intelligence Scale.
A. Sociological Screening
B. Haptic Intelligence Scale for the Blind Adult
C. Haptic Intelligence Scale for All
D. Screening Scale Test

85. Behavior is monitored in regard to how fast the child performs a given skill.
A. Latency Data
B. Rating List
C. Rate Data
D. Skills Rating

86. Promotes parent-professional cooperation and communication. Documents observational notation.
A. Photo shot
B. Passport
C. Anecdotal
D. Diary

87. The skill is stated in observable, measurable items, performance criterion is specified.
A. Instructional Objectives
B. Instructional Plan
C. Instructional Goal
D. Instructional Load

88. The arrangement of furniture and fixtures, classroom space, modification of the learning environment.
A. Accommodation
B. Preparation
C. Adapting the Environment
D. Adaptation

89. Group Base on activities or abilities, the teacher should provide some level of individual attention.
A. Large Group Art Activities
B. Small Group Art Activities
C. Medium Group Art Activities
D. All of the above

90. Program are located away from the home – setting maybe be child-care centers, day care centers, or public schools, or other locations.
A. Center Based Programs
B. School Based Programs
C. Day Care Based Programs
D. Nursery Care Based Programs

91. There is a high degree of professional autonomy and minimal integration. There is very little coordination or collaboration across discipline areas.
A. Trans-disciplinary Approach
B. Inter- Disciplinary Approach
C. Multi -Discipline System
D. Multi-disciplinary Approach

92. Interruption in the speech flow, rate or rhythm of verbal expression.
A. Fluency Problem
B. Voice Disorder
C. Language Disorder
D. Speech Disorder

93. Make notes on significant events concerning the child’s behavior and activities. Records observations of the child’s physical or emotional state on a given day.
A. Data Recording
B. Photograph
C. Anecdotal Recording
D. Recording

94. Characterized by short attention span, extreme passivity, daydreaming, preference for younger playmates and clumsy in its behavior.
A. Matured
B. Immaturity
C. Adult Actions
D. Early childhood

95. Changes made by children as they move from one type of service delivery setting or program to another.
A. Transmutation
B. Translation
C. Transition
D. Translocation

96. It occurs when one team member assists the direct service provider in the performance of a function that is typically part of the assisting team member’s role.
A. Joint Functioning
B. Interaction
C. Role Playing
D. Role Release

97. The student remains in the regular class until requiring additional support to complete assignments; Student attend to curricular modification.
A. Content Mastery
B. Itinerant Teacher
C. Regular Teacher
D. Part Time Teacher

98. Skills which are immediately useful to the student and its frequently demanded in the child’s natural environment.
A. Regular Class
B. Part Time Class
C. Functionality
D. Training program

99. Virus invades the brain and causes severe paralysis of the total body system.
A. Cystic Fibrosis
B. Poliomyelitis
C. Clubhand
D. Asthma

100. Maybe accompanied by feelings of shame, guilt and unworthiness to which some parents may refuse to seek guidance.
A. Cerebral Palsy
B. Shock and Disbelief
C. Grief
D. Anger and Resentment

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