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1. Adopted physical education is
2. An adapted physical education program
3. The definition of physical education in the rules and regulations associated with IDEA includes all but one of the following:
4. Which of the following is an acceptable criterion for establishing a unique need in physical education?
5. In accordance with IDEA, educational programs should be developed by
6. Which of the following is not recommended as a responsibility of the physician regarding the development of adapted physical education programs?
7. According to IDEA,
8. Which one of the following programs promotes integration of both athletes with and without disabilities competing together
9. Athletes with amputations would most likely participate in which one of the following disability sport organizations?
10. In what year did physical acticity begin receiving special attention?
11. Comparing performance results with predetermined criteria is known as
12. What standards are used when a test allows comparison of an individual performance outcome with the performance of other individuals with similar characteristics?
13. What are reasons why we use tests in an adapted physical education program?
14After testing and assessment are used to determine eligibility, the next step is to
15. When a student has a disability but does not meet the criteria to qualify for special education services provided by IDEA, she might be entitled to appropriate adaptations, accommodations, and services to meet her individual needs as provided in a(n)
16. Which of the following people is not required to be on the IEP team by IDEA?
17. Students without disabilities who have unique needs in physical education are protected under which piece of federal legislation?
18. A stimulus event that increases or maintains the frequency of a behavioral response is called
19. This behavior management approach encourages improved emotional functioning by helping students understand why they are functioning inappropriately.
20. Reinforcement for gradually reducing the frequency of an undesirable behavior is called
21. An advantage of using behavior modification does not include which of the following?
22. Instructional decisions should be based on
23. Humanistic philosophy emphasizes
24. Why is it recommended not to overprompt a student?
25. What criteria must be met for someone to be diagnosed as having an intellectual disability?
26. The most prevalent cause of intellectual disabilities is
27. Why do children with intellectual disabilities often demonstrate inappropriate responses to social and emotional situations?
28. Organizational methods that are particularly useful in teaching students with intellectual disabilities include
29. All are examples of emotional disturbance except which one of the following?
30. According to Kauffman, schools contribute to the development of behavioral disorders by
31. Transitions from gym to classroom, often difficult for students with behavioral disorders, can be made easier by employing
32. The sequence of skills essential to the technique of active listening is
33. A system of positive behavioral supports would employ all of the following except
34. Which of the following is not a characteristic associated with individuals with autism?
35. Which of the following is not a characteristic associated with individuals with Asperger syndrome?
36. The CDC estimates that 14.7 per 1,000 eight year-olds and males are ___ times more likely to have an ASD than females.
37. The IDEA definition of specific learning disability has not changed since ________.
38. Which of the following is not considered a cause of ASD?
39. Which condition is not recognized as one of the special education categories under the provisions of IDEA, meaning a child with this primary condition alone cannot qualify for special education services?
40. Learning disability is a complex multidimensional problem; the most common accepted theory is that this disability is based on what type of condition?
41. The least important step in appropriate programming for children who are blind is to
42. _______ include(s) seemingly purposeless movements that include rocking, hand waving, finger flicking, or digging fingers into the eyes. If these interfere with learning, it is recommended that they be eliminated.
43. For a child who is blind, the teaching strategy of ______________ consists of having the student feel the instructor or a peer execute a skill or activity.
44. Which of the following is the single most important instructional strategy when teaching Deaf students?
45. What mode of communication is preferred by the Deaf culture of the United States?
46. Children who are hard of hearing need which one of the following?
47. Which of the following is an appropriate teaching technique for Deaf children?
48. Which one of the following is not true of traumatic brain injury?
49. Which of the following tests can be used effectively to assess the health-related physical fitness of individuals with cerebral palsy, stroke, or traumatic brain injury?
50. The phrase that best describes cerebral palsy is
51. The type of cerebral palsy classification system associated with ability levels is
52. A school based curriculum created by the Amputee Coalition of America for young people with limb loss is
53. What is considered the most common type of disproportionate dwarfism?
54. Which of the following sport organizations serves individuals with dwarfism?
55. Which of the following is the disease of gradual loss of motor coordination and progressive nerve degeneration?
56. A medical classification of a spinal cord injury is
57. How many phases are there for people with spinal cord injuries
58. Which one of the following is a concern related to children with diabetes in physical education?
59. Which one of the following is true about exercise-induced asthma (EIA)?
60. Which of the following is true of children with sickle cell anemia?
61. The percentage of overweight and obese conditions is increasing in which of the following age groups?
62. Serious health consequences of obesity include
63. Healthy dietary considerations to promote weight loss include
64. Which of the following concepts should a physical educator emphasize in a weight-control program?
65. The categories of movement include all but which of the following?
66. Factors that influence an individual’s movement performance include which of the following?
67. Which of the following represents the phases of motor development in chronological order?
68. The monitoring and interpretation of sensory information resulting from the interaction between the sensory system and the central nervous system is called
69. The ability to interpret sensations from cutaneous or outside surfaces of the body is best associated with
70. The feelings one has about one’s body are referred to as body
71. An internal awareness of right and left is known as
72. Legislation requires that early intervention evaluations must be made by
73. Members of a multidisciplinary team for infants and toddlers
74. Which of the following is not a form of family-centered physical education?
75. In planning a movement environment for young children, which areas of development should be considered?
76. Which type of assessment tools might be particularly helpful for evaluating the abilities of young children with severe disabilities for instructional purposes?
77. According to the Smart Start curriculum, environmental interactions may be maximized for children by increasing their interactions with
78. What can teachers use for assessing functional motor and play skill performance?
79. When establishing a target heart rate zone for a student who pushes a wheelchair with his arms, what adjustment should be made to the general recommendations?
80. When designing a physical fitness program for a student with a disability, probably the most important consideration is the student’s
81. Which of the following does not help to define a pattern of physical activity?
82- Which of the following concepts are considered basic elements of movement?
83. Terms used to describe programs that focus on exploration of space, time, and force include
84. Which of the following describes the energy level of movements?
85. Which of the following is not a correct continuum of one of the movement elements?
86. Adapted aquatics focuses on
87. Physiological benefits of adapted aquatics include
88. Psychosocial benefits of adapted aquatics might include
89. The disability that requires the least amount of team sport modification is
90. How many times per year is the USA Swimming Disability Championship held
91. Unified Sports is sponsored by
92. Which statement is correct about the game of wheelchair football?
93. The E quad division of wheelchair tennis includes all of the following except
94. Archers who use wheelchairs may employ the following adjustments during competition:
95. Wheelchair fencers are prohibited from doing all of the following except
96. Which of the following statements is true regarding winter sports for individuals with disabilities?
97. What skill should be emphasized most in the initial ski lessons for individuals with disabilities?
98. Which of the following is not a major advantage of cross-country skiing over downhill skiing for many individuals with disabilities?
99. Athletes who use wheelchairs can elicit cardiorespiratory responses through
100. What are the 2 most critical considerations when fitting a wheelchair to an athlete?