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Câu 1:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

   Special Education, specially designed instruction to meet the unique needs and abilities of disabled or gifted children. Disabled children have conditions that adversely affect their progress in conventional education programs. Gifted children, who demonstrate high capacity in intellectual, creative, or artistic areas, may also fare poorly in regular education programs. Special education services can help both disabled and gifted children make progress in education programs. Most children served by special education programs are between the ages of 6 and 17.

  In the United States, federal law requires states to identify and serve all children with disabilities. Public education and health officials in the United States identified approximately 5.4 million infants, toddlers, children, and youth as disabled in 1994. That same year, the U.S. Department of Education reported that 12.2 percent of all children at the age of 21 received some form of special education. The most frequently reported disabilities are speech or language impairments; mental retardation and other developmental disorders; serious emotional disturbance; and specific learning disorders, such as memory disorders. Other disabilities include hearing, visual, or orthopedic impairments; autism; and traumatic brain injury. An increasing number of children in the United States are identified as having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and receive special education services.

 

Disabled children have conditions that adversely affect their progress in conventional education programs

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Đáp án: A

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “Disabled children have conditions that adversely affect their progress in conventional education programs.”.

Dịch: Trẻ em có khiếm khuyết có tình trạng mà làm ảnh hưởng xấu đến tiến bộ trong các chương trình giáo dục truyền thống.


Câu 2:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

   Special Education, specially designed instruction to meet the unique needs and abilities of disabled or gifted children. Disabled children have conditions that adversely affect their progress in conventional education programs. Gifted children, who demonstrate high capacity in intellectual, creative, or artistic areas, may also fare poorly in regular education programs. Special education services can help both disabled and gifted children make progress in education programs. Most children served by special education programs are between the ages of 6 and 17.

  In the United States, federal law requires states to identify and serve all children with disabilities. Public education and health officials in the United States identified approximately 5.4 million infants, toddlers, children, and youth as disabled in 1994. That same year, the U.S. Department of Education reported that 12.2 percent of all children at the age of 21 received some form of special education. The most frequently reported disabilities are speech or language impairments; mental retardation and other developmental disorders; serious emotional disturbance; and specific learning disorders, such as memory disorders. Other disabilities include hearing, visual, or orthopedic impairments; autism; and traumatic brain injury. An increasing number of children in the United States are identified as having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and receive special education services.

 

Gifted children don’t need special education.

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Đáp án: B

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “Gifted children, who demonstrate high capacity in intellectual, creative, or artistic areas, may also fare poorly in regular education programs.”.

Dịch: Trẻ năng khiếu, những trẻ mà có khả năng cao trong lĩnh vực trí tuệ, sáng tạo và nghệ thuật cũng không phát triển được tốt ở chương trình giáo dục thông thường.


Câu 3:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

   Special Education, specially designed instruction to meet the unique needs and abilities of disabled or gifted children. Disabled children have conditions that adversely affect their progress in conventional education programs. Gifted children, who demonstrate high capacity in intellectual, creative, or artistic areas, may also fare poorly in regular education programs. Special education services can help both disabled and gifted children make progress in education programs. Most children served by special education programs are between the ages of 6 and 17.

  In the United States, federal law requires states to identify and serve all children with disabilities. Public education and health officials in the United States identified approximately 5.4 million infants, toddlers, children, and youth as disabled in 1994. That same year, the U.S. Department of Education reported that 12.2 percent of all children at the age of 21 received some form of special education. The most frequently reported disabilities are speech or language impairments; mental retardation and other developmental disorders; serious emotional disturbance; and specific learning disorders, such as memory disorders. Other disabilities include hearing, visual, or orthopedic impairments; autism; and traumatic brain injury. An increasing number of children in the United States are identified as having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and receive special education services.

 

In the United States, federal law requires states to identify and serve all children with disabilities.

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Đáp án: A

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “In the United States, federal law requires states to identify and serve all children with disabilities.”.

Dịch: Ở Mỹ, luật liên bang yêu cầu các bang phải nhận diện và hỗ trợ các trẻ em có khiếm khuyết


Câu 4:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

   Special Education, specially designed instruction to meet the unique needs and abilities of disabled or gifted children. Disabled children have conditions that adversely affect their progress in conventional education programs. Gifted children, who demonstrate high capacity in intellectual, creative, or artistic areas, may also fare poorly in regular education programs. Special education services can help both disabled and gifted children make progress in education programs. Most children served by special education programs are between the ages of 6 and 17.

  In the United States, federal law requires states to identify and serve all children with disabilities. Public education and health officials in the United States identified approximately 5.4 million infants, toddlers, children, and youth as disabled in 1994. That same year, the U.S. Department of Education reported that 12.2 percent of all children at the age of 21 received some form of special education. The most frequently reported disabilities are speech or language impairments; mental retardation and other developmental disorders; serious emotional disturbance; and specific learning disorders, such as memory disorders. Other disabilities include hearing, visual, or orthopedic impairments; autism; and traumatic brain injury. An increasing number of children in the United States are identified as having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and receive special education services.

 

The most frequently reported disabilities are hearing and visual disorder.

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Đáp án: B

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “The most frequently reported disabilities are speech or language impairments; mental retardation and other developmental disorders; serious emotional disturbance; and specific learning disorders, such as memory disorders.”.

Dịch: Các khiếm khuyết thường thấy nhất là lời nói hay ngôn ngữ không hoàn chỉnh, thiểu năng trí tuệ và các khiếm khuyết về phát triển, tổn thương về tình cảm, hay các rối loạn trong học tập cụ thể, như rối loạn trí nhớ.


Câu 5:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

   Special Education, specially designed instruction to meet the unique needs and abilities of disabled or gifted children. Disabled children have conditions that adversely affect their progress in conventional education programs. Gifted children, who demonstrate high capacity in intellectual, creative, or artistic areas, may also fare poorly in regular education programs. Special education services can help both disabled and gifted children make progress in education programs. Most children served by special education programs are between the ages of 6 and 17.

  In the United States, federal law requires states to identify and serve all children with disabilities. Public education and health officials in the United States identified approximately 5.4 million infants, toddlers, children, and youth as disabled in 1994. That same year, the U.S. Department of Education reported that 12.2 percent of all children at the age of 21 received some form of special education. The most frequently reported disabilities are speech or language impairments; mental retardation and other developmental disorders; serious emotional disturbance; and specific learning disorders, such as memory disorders. Other disabilities include hearing, visual, or orthopedic impairments; autism; and traumatic brain injury. An increasing number of children in the United States are identified as having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and receive special education services.

 

Few children in the United States are identified as having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and receive special education services..

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Đáp án: B

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “An increasing number of children in the United States are identified as having attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and receive special education services”.

Dịch: Càng ngày càng có nhiều trẻ ở Mỹ được nhận thấy có chứng rối loạn tăng động giảm chú ý và nhận được giáo dục đặc biệt


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