Levels
What is it?
Teaching Tips
Beneficial Activities
True/False

100

Common bump to the head with no evidence of concussion. Generally not seen by a physician.  (From APE fact sheet)

What is Minor. 

100

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is injury caused to the head that results in minor or serious __________ injury.  

What is Brain?

100

Each case must be considered and developed based on the individual's ______________. 


What is needs?

100

Activities involving role playing to help develop appropriate _________ skills and acceptable ways to exhibit frustration. 

What is Social? 

100

A motor vehicle accident can be a cause of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)? 

What is True.

200

Concussion or skull fracture; loss of consciousness for 5 to 30 minutes (From APE fact sheet)

What is Severe? 

200

Traumactic Brain Injury (TBI) can be caused by a ________________, contusion, or hemorrhages. 

What is concussion?

200

Keep success oriented activities to a maximum to _____________ fear of failure.


What is decrease?

200

Training for large and __________ muscles. 

What is Small?

200

People with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) always show a lack of judgement.

What is False?

300

Evidence of a concussion; loss of consciousness for less than 5 minutes. (From APE fact sheet)

What is Moderate?

300

Students with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) has similar psychomotor profiles of persons with ______________ _____________. 

What is Cerebral Palsy?

300

Allow extra __________ and a wider area on agility exercises.


What is time?

300

Activities designed to teach self-____________ techniques. 

What is Monitoring?

300

Lack of balance and coordination are common characteristics of a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)?

What is True?

400

Loss of consciousness for more than 30 minutes; concussion or skull fracture and noticeable neurological soft signs (complicate behavioral, perceptual and motor performance). (From APE fact sheet)


What is Serious?

400

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is either caused by a __________ head injury where there is a penetrating lesion or closed head injury (most common) where there is no outward injury.

What is Open?


400

Develop ______ words to help student key in on specific points.


What are cue?

400

Name one person you should collaborate with on determining particular contraindicated activities. 

What is parents or medical personnel?

400

Students with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) can have excessive muscle tone-stiff, spastic muscles limiting the range of motion and mobility?

What is True?

500

Brief loss of consciousness, if any, with accompanying symptoms of concussion, such as vomiting, lethargy, or lack of recall of the injury.  (From APE fact sheet)

What is Mild?

500

Is the closed or open head injury the most common for of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)? 

What is closed?

500

Anticipate impulsive behavior and provide students with a ______________ environment, with behavior limits already set.


What is structured. 

500

Educators should use specific ________ awareness activities. 

What is Body?


500

Students with Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) always suffer with reflex, balance, and muscle tone disorders?

What is False.