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List examples of externalizing and internalizing behaviors.

Answer each of the following based on Chapters 5 and 6. Each answer should be one paragraph.
Chapter 5
1. List the three criteria most states use to identify students with learning disabilities.
2. State the characteristic that encompasses all students with learning disabilities.
3. Explain the possible reasons for the recent decline in the number of students identified with learning disabilities.
4. Identify three suspected causes of learning disabilities.
5. Describe assessments used to identify students with learning disabilities and monitor their progress
6. Describe evidence-based strategies for teaching reading, writing, and math to students with learning disabilities.
7. Compare and contrast typical placements and supports for students with learning disabilities.
Chapter 6
1. Compare and contrast the definition of emotional disturbance in the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and the definition of emotional or behavioral disorders by the Council for Children with Behavior Disorders.
2. List examples of externalizing and internalizing behaviors.
3. Identify factors that might account for the disparity between the number of children receiving special education under the emotional disturbance category and researchers’ estimates of the prevalence of emotional or behavioral disorders.
4. Describe major risk factors for behavior problems in adolescence and adulthood.
5. Specify several screening and assessment tools for identifying emotional or behavioral disorders and state reasons why schools seldom use them.
6. Name and give an example of four scientifically supported strategies for educating students with emotional or behavioral disorders.
7. Explain why there is more debate over including children with emotional or behavioral disorders in general education classrooms than including children with other disabilities.
8. Describe the greatest impediments to children with emotional or behavioral disorders receiving the most effective education possible.
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