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TlinoisCompass 2 n alo My lllinois Compass 2g Content Collection o \ X 1 Module 4: Deaf Education (Feb 10 16) > Review Test Submission: Module 4 Quiz 3 I\" v AR 737 S SR/ INUTAN N7 W OV IIITAN §Y L - . Review Test Submission: Module 4 Quiz v Spring 2020-SHS 222 #& { Lang&Culture Deaf 4 Communities-Sections y €01, Co2 User Julia Danielle Uy Course Home Page Course Spring 2020-SHS 222-Lang&Culture Deaf Communities-Sections C01, C02 Test Module 4 Quiz R faecaments Started 211720 10:08 PM 3 Syllabus Submitted 2/11720 10:30 PM Eoinse Calondar Due Date 2/11/20 11:59 PM Status Completed éfl( Your Course Related Attempt Score 9 out of 10 points uestions Here Time Elapsed 22 minutes out of 30 minutes '\\ B Instructions Instructions y START HERE: Orientation Module 1: American Deaf + You are required to complete all of the materials for the week before you take the quiz. Culture (Jan 21— « The quiz consists of 10 questions. R * You will be given 30 minutes to complete the quiz. LY Module 2: American Sign . . . il Language (ASL) (Jan 27 - To review this quiz: Feb2) Module 3: Black Deaf *Note you cannot review quizzes until after the due date. g;mure'lsla(:k FELEI « Open up My Grades in the left-side pane. | « Click on Ihe name of the quiz you would like to review, Module 4 Quiz '\' Extra Credit #1 (due Feb 9) « Click on the number grade you received. For example, click the number 8 if you received an 8/10. y « You should now be able to see your results. Module 4: Deaf Education (Feb 10 - 16) Results Displayed All Answers, Submitted Answers, Correct Answers, Feedback. Incorrectly Answered Questions Midterm Exam (due Feb 17) i iy Question 1 1 out of 1 points 1 Module 5: Plains Indians ?%9)" Language (Feb 17 - - As cited in Stapleton, Williams found that Black d/Deaf students Extra Credit #2 (due Feb Selected Answer: @ b. valued education 23) Answers: a. did not value education Module 6: Deaf Art (Feb 24 Aar 1) @ b. valued education Module 7: Deafness and Disability (Mar 2 8) Extra Credit #3 (due Mar 8) Question 2 1 out of 1 points Module 8: The Future of the According to Williamson, achievement gaps in educational outcomes persist between diverse groups, such as African American, White, and Hispanic students Deaf Community (Mar 9 13) Selected Answer: @ True Final Exam (due Mar 13) Answers: @ True 3 B False My Grades Question 3 i ¥ My Groups 1 out of 1 points » Discussion Group 1 = ~ | According to Stapleton, intersectionality can be understood as the point (as if on an axis) at which social identities come together and create a new, combined identity and lived experience I Selected Answer: @ True Answers: @ True False Question 4 1 out of 1 points - Stapleton argues that Black deaf students often fall into the trap of This means that racist and audist mluoaglesslons compound to create unintended, poor outcomes of the schooling process for these students, leading them to acquire j weaker language skills, a weaker academic foundation, and a weaker chance at a healthy cultural identity. This occurs through what happens in the classroom as well as what does not happen in the classroom. Selected Answer: @ a. the hidden curriculum Answers: @ a. the hidden curriculum b. demonstrations and protests c. informal moments d. coalition building Question 5 1 out of 1 points ~ IEPs are placement and achievement evaluations Selected Answer: @ a. for students with virtually all types of special needs and include goals and accommodations Answers: @ a. for students with virtually all types of special needs and include goals and accommodations b. that are equivalents to the ACT and SAT and are available to all students upon request c. specifically designed as an academic plan for children without any special needs Question 6 1 out of 1 points ~ | Deaf children educated in a regular class are educated alongside hearing children in a regular public school. They are not permitted any accommodations in this type of classroom Selected Answer: @ False Answers: True @ False Question 7 1 out of 1 points ~_ Lessthan of deaf students at age sixteen can read ata 4th grade level compared to hearing students who have already developed sophisticated linguistic skills that transfer to reading. Selected Answer: @ d. 12 percent Answers: a. 23 percent b. 4 percent c. 56 percent @ d. 12 percent Question 8 0 out of 1 points - Stapleton describes Black d/Deaf student's experiences, culture, or voices being intentionally or unintentionally recognized, but still rendered as unimportant, minimized, or belittled as examples of Invisibility. Selected Answer: ) False Answers: @ True False Question 9 1 out of 1 points The original IDEA is a product of what year? Selected Answer: @ d. 1975 Answers: a 1973 b. 1997 c. 1989 @ d.1975 Question 10 1 out of 1 points - There is a range of placement for deaf children to receive their education. Selected Answer: @ True Answers: @ True False Friday, March 13, 2020 5:41:29 PM CDT OK
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