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In this extension the analysis identified a total of 5808 questions across 400 hours which observed 28 staff recorded in 2000-2001. The aim of the study was to provide a more thorough analysis on the types of questions applied, and to investigate the possibility that the use of open-ended questions have an effect on a child’s development, particularly in supporting them.by looking at It was found that 94.5% of all the qiestions asked by the early year staff were closed questions that required recall or facts. It was found that only 5.5% were opened ended questions. The main aim of study this article is to code and rationale for the seven types of closed questions and four types of open-ended questions that are most commonly asked by early year staff. In this experiment there is a strong sense of credibility making the method and the findings very reliable.
Intellectual disability can be defined by; “significant impairment of intellectual functioning, significant impairment of adaptive/social functioning and age of onset before adulthood” (British Psychological Society, 2000). As explained by Gordon (2010), an individual can be classified as intellectually disabled (ID) if they score below a 70 on a reliable and standardized IQ test. Professionals rely on The Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale Third Edition (WAIS-III) and the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children Fourth Edition (WISC - IV) to measure IQ among adults and children (Gordon 2010) p 197). These two tests are very popular and have been used in the United States for a number of years. Strengths.
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