Unit 3 Quiz

Identification of dyslexia

This quiz covers the material presented in Unit 3

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1)
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When reading a text, learners with dyslexia tend NOT to...


2)
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When working with learners with dyslexia, it is recommended to ...

3)
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Which emotional problems can learners with dyslexia experience?

    1. They may have low self-esteem.
    2. They may feel frustrated .

4)
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Which of the statements does NOT describe learners with dyslexia?

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Which statement is true when discussing the signs of dyslexia?
The signs of dyslexia...


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Which of the statements are true?





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Which of the following can students with dyslexia experience at school?





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Complete the phrase used to denote a group of very young children, before or at the beginning of their formal school education, who do not learn to read or write yet so difficulties in reading cannot be observed. These children may, however, find it difficult to remember nursery rhymes, the days of the week or letters of the alphabet. They often come from families with a history of dyslexia. These children are referred to as ’at (...) for dyslexia’.


9)
Decide which age group the following statements characterize BEST. Fill in the blanks in the sentences below with the phrases ‘ preschool’, ‘primary school’ or ‘ secondary school’.


a) learners at risk for dyslexia enjoy being read to but show no interest in letters or words. They don’t know as many words as their peers.
b) learners with dyslexia may struggle with extended note taking and keeping the deadllines for research papers or other assignments.They do not cope with the pace of work in class and often feel tired from the load of work.
c) learners at risk for dyslexia demonstrate late development of fine motor skills. They have difficulties in using scissors, rubber or tying up shoe laces in comparison with other children their age.
d) learners with dyslexia read below grade level and when reading they often have problems understanding what they have read.


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Which of the following manifestations of dyslexia are true about young primary school children?





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Dyslexia...


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When writing, learners with dyslexia





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In spite of their difficulties in learning, learners with dyslexia ...





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Which of the following manifestations of dyslexia are true about adults?

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A very young learner with dyslexia may show...






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