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Knowledge Check

Select the answer from the options for each question. More than one answer may apply. Correct answers will appear with a checkmark and incorrect answers will appear with an X.

1. Who does plain language benefit?

question-1-answer-a: People with learning disabilities

question-1-answer-b: People with low literacy

question-1-answer-c: Non-readers

question-1-answer-d: Everyone

Question 1 Right answer: D. Everyone

2. What is the best way to address someone with a disability?

question-2-answer-a: identity-first language (disabled person)

question-2-answer-b: person-first language (person with a disability)

question-2-answer-c: asking the person in question what they prefer

Question 2 Right answer: C. asking the person in question what they prefer

3. When is Ontario supposed to be fully accessible to people with disabilities, according to the AODA?

question-3-answer-a: 2022

question-3-answer-b: 2024

question-3-answer-c: 2025

question-3-answer-d: 2030

Question 3 Right answer: C. 2025

4. Is Universal Design the same as Inclusive Design?

question-4-answer-a: Yes

question-4-answer-b: No

Question 4 Right answer: A. Yes.

5. What is an example of universal design? (check all that apply)

question-5-answer-a: Paper straws

question-5-answer-b: Sidewalk curb cuts

question-5-answer-c: Escalators

question-5-answer-d: Elevators

question-5-answer-e: Comic Sans font

Question 5 Right answer: A. Paper straws, B. Sidewalk curb cuts, C. Escalators, D. Elevators.

6. What is the difference between American Sign Language (ASL) and Black American Sign Language (BASL)?

question-6-answer-a: Position of the hands

question-6-answer-b: Uses facial expression and body movement

question-6-answer-c: Differences in the words

question-6-answer-e: All of the above

Question 6 Right answer: E. All of the above

To deepen your understanding, return to Blackboard and complete Module 1 Assessmentsopen new window.