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Review for Exam 2ASL signs and phrases that will be on test (12)I. 12 ASL questions – concepts a. Name, number, conversation i. Name: two fingers making X ii. Age: beardiii. Deaf: index finger ear to mouthiv. Hearing: twirl finger in front of mouth v. Number: two kissie faces touching sideways vi. Meet: vii. Sorryviii. Please: flat hand on chestix. Sweetheart: text with your heart x. Chat: Seminole xi. Cellphone: phone to the ear xii. Girl: thumb to cheek ear to chin xiii. Boy: grab the rim of your baseball cap xiv. Skip numbers 1-10 not on testxv. No xvi. Yesxvii. Good: flat hand chin to hand xviii. Bad: flat hand but FLIP it so your finger tips touch xix. Student: pick up the trash and drop it! xx. Teacher: two o’s in front of head (giving out knowledge) and then people markers in front of you, two straight lines going down with both hands xxi. Gators: claw chomp xxii. Family: two F’s in a circle xxiii. Class: two C’s in circle (like family)xxiv. Test: two squiggly lines going straight down with both hands using your index fingers xxv. Work: right wrist goes on top of left wrist in tapping motion xxvi. How are you: two front of fists rub together and come forward like a question II. 10 commandments video – communicating a. 10 questions on this test from that videob. Any other tips they gave during the videoIII. 6 questions off the LD powerpoint a. ½ of the children in special education classes in the US are seen for learning disabilities i. of that number, 90% are seen for reading disabilitiesb. Learning disability: the invisible disabilityc. DEFINITION of learning disability : a disorder in which one or more of the basic psychological processes involved in understand or in using language, spoken or written, which may manifest itself in an imperfect ability to listen, speak, read, write spell or do math. d. Learning disabilities are not the result of: (Exclusionary definition)i. Visual handicapsii. Hearing handicapsiii. Motor handicapsiv. Mental retardationv. Emotional disturbancevi. Environmental, cultural or economic disadvantagee. Eligibility requirements:i. Evidence of a processing deficit (visual or auditory usually)ii. Response to treatments or intervention (in FLA)iii. Evidence of underachievement on curriculum measures f. STATISTICS ON LD:i. 3 million students, ages 6-21 (2006)ii. Half of special education students are diagnosed with LD iii. 55-60% graduation rate for students with LDiv. Rate of diagnosis for boys: 2-3 times higher than girls because boys’ behavior is external and causes teacher to notice. g. CAUSES:i. Acquired trauma1. Leading cause of trauma for children in the US? a. Bicycle and motorcycle accidentsb. Families: Parents don’t read, kids aren’t exposed to print……..c. Prenatal causes: smoking, drug use, alcohol used. Perinatal causes: loss of oxygen, difficult delivery, low birth weight, forcepse. Postnatal causes: strokes, concussions, meningitis/encephalitis, high fever, head injuryf. Hereditary: LD does run in families, but no conclusive evidencethat it is genetics over environmentg. Biochemical: allergic reactions to flavorings, dyes, additives in foodh. Environmental: low socioeconomic status, malnutrition, no access to health careii. Complications with pregnancy iii. Genetic/hereditary influencesiv. Drug use by mother during pregnancy h. SERIOUS PROBLEM WITH SPECIAL ED. CLASSES IN THE US:i. Overrepresentation of minority and poor students in special ed classes in the US. i. College students with LD:i. Over 45,000 students with LD attend 4-year college (estimate is low bc of self reporting)ii. College students with LD must meet all entrance requirementsiii. Instructors must accommodate a disability, but cannot change course content or objectives j. Students with disabilities at UFi. 1900 students who have self-reportedii. BREAKDOWN:1. 30% ADHD2. 25% LD3. 25% Health and Mobility impairments4. 10% Psychiatric impairment5. 10% Temporary impairments k. Famous people with LD:i. Terry Bradshaw-quarterbackii. Greg Louganis-Olympic diveriii. Bruce Jenner-Olympic gold-decathloniv. John Morgan-golferv. Nolan Ryan, Hall of Fame pitchervi. Business leadersvii. Richard Branson-Virgin enterprisesviii. John Chambers-CEO of Cisco Systemsix. William Hewlett-Hewlett-Packard Companyx. Tommy Hilfiger-fashionxi. Paul Orfalea-Kinko’sxii. Donald Winkler-CEO of Ford Motor Creditxiii. Charles Schwab-Schwab Corporationxiv. Thomas Watson, CEO of IBMxv. David Murdock, CEO Dole Foods Inc.xvi. Nelson Rockefellerl.IV. 7 questions off the physical disabilities ppt a. Monoplegia—one limbb. Hemiplegia—one side of bodyc. Paraplegia—legsd. Quadriplegia— all four extremitiesi. ^^ these terms refer to a range of movement ii. This range varies from loss of movement to complete paralysise. Cerebral Palsyi. (CP)ii. Cerebral: area of brain affectediii. Palsy: partial or complete muscle paralysis iv. Symptoms of CP:1. Will show within first 3 years of life 2. Delayed development (crawling, walking or speaking)3. Easily startled, bad balance, bad muscle tone4. Child not developing normallyv. Types of CP:1. Spastic: muscle stiffnessa. Hemiplegia b. Diplegia – both legsc. Quadriplegia: legs, arms and bodyd. Mental retardation likely2. Ataxic: balance issues, clumsinessa. Normal intelligence3. Athetoid: whole body affected by muscle problemsa. Random, uncontrolled body movementsb. Trouble speakingc. Normal intelligence4. Hypotonic: AKA “rag doll”a. Almost no muscle tonevi. Causes of CP:1. Damage to the cerebrum due to:2. Loss of oxygen during labor, birth 3. Infections during pregnancy4. Abnormal brain development5. Hemorrhage or stroke 6. Premature or low weight babyvii. Treatment: 1. No cure2. Treatment is life long 3. Prevalence: 10,000 babies a year in U.S. f. Multiple Sclerosis: i. Progressive, unpredictable degeneration of central nervous system that can affect muscles and organs. ii. Symptoms vary by individual iii. Not directly inherited iv. Normal life span v. Not (usually) severely disabling vi. Prevalence: 400,000 in USvii. Onset late in life (20s to 40s)viii. Disorder often goes into remissionix. Normal range of intelligencex. TWICE AS MANY WOMEN AS MEN ARE DIAGNOSED WITH MS g. Cystic Fibrosis:i. An inherited condition that affects the lungs and digestive systemii. BOTH parents must carry the gene for CF iii. Defective gene causes body to produce unusually thick mucus that clogs the lungs and digestive track, difficult to absorb nutrients


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