Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners MCQs

Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners MCQs

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1: Way of perceiving the world and of interacting within it is known as ?

A.   Culture

B.   Organization culture

C.   Environmental culture

D.   None of these

2: Instruction that provides students with ways to see themselves reflected in the curriculum, as well as to learn about others are known as _______ education

A.   Multicultural

B.   Single

C.   Double

D.   None of these

3: _______, procedures employed to make referral decisions are known as Objective referral process

A.   Specific

B.   Transparent

C.   Both of these

D.   None of these

4: _____ rejects racism and discrimination and affirms the ethnic, racial, linguistic, religious, and economic pluralism of students, teachers, and their communities.

A.   Macroculture

B.   Bilingual special education

C.   Collaborative education

D.   Multicultural education

5: A group of Brazilian American middle school students who speak Portuguese at home, live in the same neighborhood, and come from families with similar social economic status would be considered to share a ______.

A.   Macroculture

B.   Microculture

C.   Race

D.   Learning environment

6: A teacher who incorporates her students’ different cultural backgrounds and performance styles into instruction and makes connections to their prior experiences is using ______.

A.   Culturally responsive and relevant teaching

B.   Curricular modifications

C.   Overrepresentation

D.   Linguistic support

7: Why might gifted culturally and linguistic students be underrepresented in schools?

A.   They have characteristics different from the dominant culture.

B.   They do not have supportive home environments.

C.   They have poor nonverbal ability.

D.   They are more likely to also have a true disability.

8: How should students in bilingual programs be assessed?

A.   In English

B.   In their native language

C.   Alternating between English and their native language

D.   In the language the student prefers

9: When acquiring a second language, students may exhibit characteristics similar to students with ______.

A.   Emotional or behavioral disorders

B.   Speech or language impairments

C.   Intellectual disabilities

D.   Learning disabilities

10: ______ is an effective practice for CLD students with special needs that provides opportunities to use new language and connect it to concepts they are already familiar with.

A.   Dialogue

B.   Collaboration

C.   Explicit instruction

D.   Inquiry

11: ______ is an effective practice for CLD students with special needs that provides opportunities to seek out information in their areas of interest and to write and reflect on their learning.

A.   Dialogue

B.   Collaboration

C.   Explicit instruction

D.   Inquiry

12: A CLD student uses a taped textbook and teacher-made study guides in her social studies class. These are examples of ______.

A.   Visual representations

B.   Curricular modifications

C.   Multicultural education

D.   Tier 3 interventions

13: What framework can be used to ensure that a CLD student identified as having a learning disability has a true difficulty and not just cultural and linguistic differences?

A.   Culturally and linguistically responsive RtI

B.   Multicultural education

C.   Inclusive education

D.   Bilingual special education