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Module Two: Lesson One


1. Which one of the following lists the five components of the Early Intervention in Natural Environments: Five Component Model?
a. Understanding the Family Ecology, Functional Outcomes, Integrated Services, Ecomaps, Effective Home Visits
b. Functional Outcomes, Integrated Services, Understanding the FamilyEcology, Effective Home Visits, Collaborative Consultation to Child Care
c. Understanding the Family Ecology, Functional Intervention Planning,Integrated Services, Effective Home Visits, Collaborative Consultationto Child Care
d. Functional Intervention Planning, Integrated Services, Effective HomeVisits, Collaborative Consultation to Child Care, Ecomaps

2. Choose the three purposes for understanding the family ecology.
a. To establish a positive relationship with the family.
b. To obtain the family's concrete priorities for the IFSP.
c. To stress that early intervention is about the family.
d. To assess the child's skills.
e. To get information.
3. Who is the author of Early Intervention in Natural Environments: A Five-Component Model?
a. P.J. McWilliam
b. Mary Beth Bruder
c. Carl Dunst
d. Robin McWilliam
4. Which one of the following reflects the Early Steps policy for First Contacts and Understanding the Family Ecology?
a. Early Steps policy requires the use of the Family Support Scale during First Contacts.
b. Early Steps policy requires the use of the Routines Based Interview during First Contacts.
c. Early Steps policy states it is at the discretion of each Local EarlySteps to determine the tools/techniques used during First Contacts.
d. Early Steps policy requires the use of an Ecomap during First Contacts.
5. Which one of these phrases does Early Steps use rather than using the term "natural environments"?
a. Typical places, contexts, activities and experiences.
b. Natural learning experiences.
c. Settings that are natural or normal for the child's age peers who have no disability.
d. Everyday routines, activities, and places.


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