QUESTION 1 Despite the federal role in providing incentives for states to servevery young children w

QUESTION 1 Despite the federal role in providing incentives for states to servevery young children with disabilities, by now only 25 states hadpassed laws to serve children from 3 to 5 years old. TrueFalse QUESTION 2 Natural environmental means as much as is appropriate given childand family needs, K-12 students should be served in homes. TrueFalse QUESTION 3The Howard et al. text discussed features of successful “inclusion” ofpreschool children with disabilities. Which feature(s) of a program do theauthors list as leading to successful inclusion?A one-on-one aide for the child with a disabilityUse of positive methods to deal with problem behavior of the child witha disabilityEmbedding IEP goals in functional, naturally occurring activitiesAnswers 2 and 3 onlyAll of the above QUESTION 4In the field of Early Childhood Special Education, the terms“multidisciplinary team” and “transdisciplinary team” aresynonymousTrueFalse QUESTION 5Fill in the blank: The norm for independent sitting is typically 6 months. However,some children sit earlier, and others sit by tehmeselves aboutmidway through their first year. Therefore, itis important to emphasize that as in this examples, there isa(n)————————————–in childdevelopment. inconsistent milestones range ofnormalcy norm refinement QUESTION 6Proximo-distal is the pattern in which growth and motordevelopment occurs progressively from head and neck tothe trunk, hips, and, legs and finally to the feet and toes.TrueFalse QUESTION 7 Prenatal period of development includes the period fromconception to birth while neonatal includes the period from birth tofirst month of life. True False QUESTION 8 Which of the following statements is/are NOT true. Infants are capable of learning new behaviors as wellas solving problems in their environment. Infants are born with limited drive for social interaction Infants are active learnersDevelopmental sequence is universal QUESTION 9 Plasticity means children are biologically most ready tolearn certain new behaviors in some periods of their life. TrueFalse QUESTION 10Fine motor skills develop later than gross motor skillsTrueFalse QUESTION 11If a child is able to pick and hold an object with with the tips of allfingers, this would be an example of _______________. palmar grasp pincer grasp handeness cephalo-caudal palmar grasp pincer grasp handeness cephalo-caudalgrasp QUESTION 12 Economic Opportunity Act of 1972 required Head Start to reserve10 % of its enrollment for children with disabilities.TrueFalse QUESTION 13Which of the following federal legislation considered provisions (forthe first time) for infants and toddlers who are developmentallydelayed or at risk of developmental delay P.L. 108-446 (IDEIA,2004)P.L. 105-17 (IDEA,1997) P.L. 99-457 (IDEA,1986)P. L. 94-142 (IDEA1975) QUESTION 14States are required to establish a system that protectsthe fundamental rights of families who are eligible for servicesunder Part C of IDEA (i.e., proceduralsafeguards).These safeguards are very much like those found underpart B of IDEA. Please list 5 of the due process rights for families. QUESTION 15 Please compare Part C and Part B of Individuals with DisabilitiesEducation Act( IDEA). To obtain full credit, you should list at least 5differences.assessment/attempt/take/essay.jsp