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Final for Kin 537

by: Ingrid Del Angel

Final for Kin 537 kin 537

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These notes covered everything that was on the final exam. I got an A on the final exam, everything comes from the powerpoint, keynotes, readings, and some presentations.
Movement Individuals with disabilities
Dr. Moon
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Ingrid Del Angel on Wednesday September 7, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to kin 537 at San Francisco State University taught by Dr. Moon in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views. For similar materials see Movement Individuals with disabilities in Kinesiology at San Francisco State University.

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Date Created: 09/07/16
1. What are some challenge behaviors except? (Behavior Management Dr. Moon March 30 slide 3). a. Screaming b. Playing c. Kicking d. Biting e. A and B f. All of them 2. What is the difference between discipline vs. behavior management? (Behavior Management Dr. Moon March 30; slide 10). a. Discipline is before behavior management b. Discipline is implemented after a problem occurs and behavior management prevents problems in the first place c. Behavior management helps you prevent a problem while discipline solves it d. None of the above 3. What are three steps to implement behavioral modification in a program? (Behavior Management Dr. Moon March 30 slide 12). a. Identifying the behavior b. Talk to the director of the program c. Choosing the reinforce d. Establish baseline e. Obtain help from the program f. A, C, D 4. What is the ABCs of behavioral Assessment? (Behavior Management Dr. Moon March 30, slide 14). a. Behavior b. Action c. Antecedent d. Consequences e. Be aware f. A, C, D g. A, B, D 5. What is Inclusion? (Inclusion Dr. Moon, April 20 Slide 3). a. Children are not accepted within the normal environment b. Educational philosophy, a belief, and attitude, and value system all children regardless of disabilities or abilities are educated in same environment c. Only kids with disabilities are acceptable d. None of the above 6. What are some teaching styles for Instructional modifications? (Dr.Moon slides, April 6, slide 16) a. Self check b. Inclusion/invitation c. Reproductive styles d. Guided discovery e. All of the above 7. Which is correct for using an ETA approach? (Dr.Moon slides, April 6, slide 27) a. Provide choices b. Select and present task goal c. Give attention d. A and C e. A and B 8. What is Ecological Tasks Analysis (ETA)? a. Is a theory to teach and help individuals with disabilities b. Takes consideration of multiple interacting factors one step further by carefully examining the learner c. Motor learning skills d. None of the above 9. What are some accommodations for students with impairments difficulties? (Dr.Moon slides, April 6,slide 29) a. Lower center of gravity b. Extended arms for balance c. Have them run to release energy d. Increase width of beams e. A,B, D f. B and D 10. What are three of the basic considerations for behavior management? (Dr. Moon, March 30 slide 16&17) a. Child centered b. Activity centered c. Behavior Centered d. Focus Centered e. A, B, D f. A,B, C


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