Students: 4th Year Elementary Education (English Section)
Assiut University, Time: 90 minutes Total Score: 80 marks
College of Education 2nd Term (2017)
Students’ name: ………………………….. Seat number: ……………………
Treat the following TWO sections as required:
Section I: True or False? (40 marks: 20 X 2)
For all the 20 items below, please indicate in the provided ANSWER SHEET which one is TRUE (T), and which one is FALSE (F):
1-The main idea of special education is to make adjustments to normal teaching.
2-The discrepancy model for identifying SEN pupils advocates earlier intervention.
3-In segregation, SEN students spend a few class hours with other normal students.
4-The 'no one should be left behind' principle means that there should be a place for everyone in schools regardless of how smart or disabled they might be.
5-Special education services are provided to deaf and blind learners only.
6-'Multi-sensory teaching' refers to simultaneously addressing different human senses like vision and hearing so as to make learning more effective.---------------------------------------------------------
Section II: Which One Is Correct? (40 marks: 20 X 2)
For all the 20 items below, please indicate in the provided ANSWER SHEET which one is the correct answer (A, B, C, or D):
1-All the following cases or categories are liable for SEN programmes except….
A-poor learners B-gifted students C-blind students D-dyslexic learners
2-In the….approach, SEN students spend at least +50% of school day with normal Ss.
A-mainstreaming B-exclusion C-inclusion D-segregation
3-As opposed to special education, general education refers to the ….curriculum presented without additional support.
A-special B-adjusted C-open D-standard
4-Special education might be defined as the education of….handicapped children.
A-physically B-intellectually C-socially D-all of that
5-Exclusion may occur in the following cases EXCEPT when a student is……..
A-mentally retarded B-in hospital C-housebound D-detained
6-In the…..model, SEN students are educated in classes with normal ones during specific time periods based on their skills.
A-inclusion B-mainstreaming C-segregation D-exclusion