Unit 5 Quiz

Classroom accommodations for foreign language learners with dyslexia

This quiz covers the material presented in Unit 5

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Which of these is recommended when teaching students with dyslexia?





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What do we call the adjustments introduced into the teaching process so that individual learning needs of students with dyslexia are appropriately catered for?


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Which of the statements is false?

Fill in the blanks in the sentences below with the words ‘inclusion’ or ‘integration’.



involves changing the school
involves changing the learner
is about benefitting only students with special educational needs
involves professionals, specialist expertise and formal support


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(...) is not useful when teaching learners with dyslexia.


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It is a framework or philosophy for effective teaching that involves providing different learners with different paths to learning in the same classroom in terms of tasks, materials, amount of teacher support, and expectations.


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Which of the accommodations are reasonable to make the amount of work smaller?





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Which of the statements are true?





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(...) rejects separating students with special educational needs, it is concerned with every learner’s right to take advantage of the benefits offered by the educational system. It assumes that individual differences between humans are normal and that it is the educational system that needs to be adapted to the learners’ needs, not the learners fitted into the system.


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(...) teaching involves the use of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic-tactile pathways simultaneously to enhance memory and learning to read and spell. It provides frequent repetition and ample practice as well as training in learning strategies. It proceeds in small cumulative steps.


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Multisensory Structured Language (MSL) teaching approach …





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(...) implies a ‘deficit’ model, where the assumption is that difficulties have their source within the child, not within the structures of schools themselves. It suggests the need for a student to adapt to the school, rather than for the mainstream school to transform its own practices to adapt in order to include a greater diversity of pupils and accommodate a diversity of needs. It is assumed that there is something wrong with the child and that extra adaptations or services should be offered to help the child fit into a classroom.


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Which of these will not make the classroom an easier place for students with dyslexia to work in?

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Which of theseare recommended when teaching students with dyslexia?

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What does not have to be differentiated with regard to students with dyslexia?


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