ACCESSIBILITY PRINCIPLES AND MODELS

  • Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 30 minutes
  • Number of questions: 40
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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ACCESSIBILITY PRINCIPLES QUESTIONS

ACCESSIBILITY PRINCIPLES QUESTIONS

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A member of staff who makes PowerPoint presentations available on Blackboard to all members of the group before a lecture. This allows dyslexic students to look up unfamiliar terminology before the lecture and gives them an idea of the structure that will be followed. This ‘framing’ helps students to understand and retain the information. This is an example of

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The model similar to the social identity or cultural affiliation model,

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What is the definition of perceivable?

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The weakness of the Social Model push for social justice in the political arena can also put activists at odds with people with other political interests, antagonizing relationships and sometimes creating resolute political adversaries.

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This Assistive Technologies and Adaptive Strategies is used for _______________________:
• Type-to-Talk devices (Similar to VOCAs, Appropriate for those who are able to
type on a keyboard; as a person types a word, the device speaks it out)

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Making sure that web content is robust means making sure that content is written in a manner that is easy to comprehend.

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The concern with deafness is the accessibility of audio is

A) in either audio-only formats

B) audio combined with video

C) Transcript

D) Captions

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The weakness of _____________ creates a legally defined category of people who are needy, which can be stigmatizing for people with disabilities.

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A deaf-blind person would need to ___________ to access text, and __________ to access conversations

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The incidence of deaf-blindness is low. According to the World Federation of the Deaf-blind, between _________ of the world’s population is deaf
blind.

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Making text readable and understandable is referring to which Accessibility principle?

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The two common sub-types of red-green color-blindness are ____________, ____________.

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Those who identify with Deaf Culture view deafness using the____________________ model of disability

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What are the four accessibility principles:

A) Perceivable

B) Operable

C) Understandable

D) Robust

 

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Cognitive disabilities can arise as a result of congenital conditions

A) that are with an individual from birth,

B) developmental conditions that are with a person from a young age.

C) During the teenage years

D) At an old age

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The strength of ________________ recognizes the effect of bodily limitations on a person’s ability to work, and there may be a need for economic support and / or accommodations for the person’s disability.

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What's a weakness of the social identity model?

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Perceivable only concerned about the first three: sight, sound, and touch.

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To be unaware and courteous is understandable, and often invited. To make assumptions is unacceptable.

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The social model has been developed by disabled people in response to the medical model and the impact it has had on their lives.

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Statistics from the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders indicate that the prevalence of speech sound disorders
in young children is _________

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The strength of the Social Model states that " The social model’s focus on the disabling conditions in the environment and in society makes it clear that the barriers and challenges experienced by people with disabilities are not inevitable, nor are they exclusively a characteristic of the individual’s “broken” body

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What are ICT options for people with cognitive disabilities?

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The _________________  regards people with disabilities as unfortunate and in need of assistance from the outside,

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Which model draws on the idea that it is society that disables people, through designing everything to meet the needs of the majority of
people who are not disabled.

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What's the definition of understandable?

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The solutions for people who may have difficulty processing content through visual means is by providing:

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Which type of colorblindness is the most common?

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Which model addresses that the issue is both cultural and ideological, requiring individual, community, and large-scale social change.

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The Challenges and Solutions for people with Math and Computation disability such as inability to distinguish right from left in graphic images:

 

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For people with Reading and Dyslexia who Perceives words differently than others, such as seeing p b d q as the same letter:

• Do not change the font, contrast or add an underline to text to keep words in line.
• Do not need to be granted additional time to complete tasks.

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What's the definition of robust?

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Those in the Deaf Community view deafness from a ________________, using sign language to communicate and belonging to a specific culture.

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A weakness of the social identity/cultural affiliation of disability model is:

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ICF is based on this model, an integration of medical and social.

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In this model, disability is not an attribute of an individual, but rather a complex collection of conditions, many of which are created by the social environment.

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People who can hear have often interpreted deafness as a ____________, and view hearing loss as an actual physical loss of something.

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______________ is a rare condition, that requires touch as the primary means of communication.

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What is the definition of operable?

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The strength of  _________________ can inspire people to contribute their time and / or resources to provide assistance when it is genuinely needed.

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