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answer this Questions from this book Rosenberg, M.S., Westling, D.L., & McLeskey, J. (2011). Special education for today?s teachers: An introduction, (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. You will find the answers in chapters 8,10 &11 1. List and discuss the five factors that should be considered when determining if a person should be identified with an intellectual disability. 2. Define mild, moderate, severe, and profound intellectual disabilities. 3. Define generalization skills and describe the issues students with intellectual disabilities have with generalization. 4. Define and discuss applied behavior analysis and its use for students with ASD. ***Use the following websites to answer questions #5 & #6: https://www.autismspeaks.org/what-autism/diagnosis/dsm-5-diagnostic-criteria http://www.childbrain.com/pdd_print.shtml 5. List and explain the main areas of impairments that one must show symptoms of in order to be considered for an ASD diagnosis. 6. Compare and contrast the three levels of autism spectrum disorders as recognized by the DSM-5. 7. Identify and explain specific augmentative and alternative communication strategies used with students with ASD. 8. Compare and contrast speech disorders and language disorders. ? Review case study number four. After reading about Robert, discuss the issues that are impacting his learning. 9. Define phonological disorder. Give three examples. 10. Describe fluency disorder and identify conditions when a person with this disorder is less likely to experience problems. 11. Explain voice disorders and what might cause them. 12. Compare and contrast the behavioral approach, linguistic-cognitive approach, and information processing models of addressing communication disorders 13. Were any of these questions unclear on confusing? What stood out to you from your readings on these topics? ******you will find the file of the case study in this order

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answer this Questions from this book Rosenberg, M.S., Westling, D.L., & McLeskey, J. (2011). Special education for today?s teachers: An introduction, (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Prentice Hall. You will find the answers in chapters 8,10 &11 1. List and discuss the five factors that should be considered when determining if a person should be identified with an intellectual disability. 2. Define mild, moderate, severe, and profound intellectual disabilities. 3. Define generalization skills and describe the issues students with intellectual disabilities have with generalization. 4. Define and discuss applied behavior analysis and its use for students with ASD. ***Use the following websites to answer questions #5 & #6: https://www.autismspeaks.org/what-autism/diagnosis/dsm-5-diagnostic-criteria http://www.childbrain.com/pdd_print.shtml 5. List and explain the main areas of impairments that one must show symptoms of in order to be considered for an ASD diagnosis. 6. Compare and contrast the three levels of autism spectrum disorders as recognized by the DSM-5. 7. Identify and explain specific augmentative and alternative communication strategies used with students with ASD. 8. Compare and contrast speech disorders and language disorders. ? Review case study number four. After reading about Robert, discuss the issues that are impacting his learning. 9. Define phonological disorder. Give three examples. 10. Describe fluency disorder and identify conditions when a person with this disorder is less likely to experience problems. 11. Explain voice disorders and what might cause them. 12. Compare and contrast the behavioral approach, linguistic-cognitive approach, and information processing models of addressing communication disorders 13. Were any of these questions unclear on confusing? What stood out to you from your readings on these topics? ******you will find the file of the case study in this order

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