COMMUNICATIONS No 6. Please explain why or why

COMMUNICATIONS IA SURVEY

 

My name is Jaliyah Phillips, and
I’m from Lower Six C. This is a short questionnaire for my Communication
Studies IA based around detecting the symptoms of ADHD in students that often
go unobserved unless outside parties become involved. This should take about
5-10 minutes to complete; please consider each question carefully and take your
time. Thank you very much for assisting me.

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1.    How old are
you?

           ______

2.    What year group
and class are you in?

           ____________

3.    Do you know
what ADHD is?

o     
Yes

o     
No

4.   Has a
teacher ever spoken to you or your class about ADHD?

o     
Yes

o     
No 

5.    In your
personal opinion, do you believe that your school does enough for students with
ADHD and other mental illnesses?

o     
Yes

o     
No

6.   Please
explain why or why not.

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7.    What do you believe can be done to help such students?

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8.       The
following is a short list of common symptoms of ADHD that are often ignored
among student populations. Please check all that apply to you after careful
consideration.

 

SYMPTOM
CHECKLIST

q

It’s very hard
for me to keep track of homework assignments and due dates.

q

No matter how hard I try to
be on time, I am usually late.

q

I have trouble
getting to sleep at night, and waking up in the morning.

q

I jump from one topic to
another in conversation.

q

I interrupt
other people when they’re talking, even though I try not to.

q

Even when I try to listen in
class my thoughts start wandering.

q

I have
difficulty remembering what I’ve read.

q

I can’t seem to get started
on school assignments until the last minute.

q

My room is very
messy.

q

My friends say I’m
“hyper”, or a daydreamer.

q

I forget to do
things my parents ask me to do.

q

I frequently lose or
misplace personal items.

q

My parents and
teachers tell me I need to try harder in school.

q

I am distracted easily by
sounds or by things I see.

q

My parents tell
me that I overreact to things.

q

I feel anxious or worried a
lot of the time.

q

I feel moody and
depressed, even for no reason.

q

I am easily frustrated.

q

I’m pretty impatient
and hate to wait.

q

I feel different from other
girls.

q

I feel mentally
exhausted when I get home from school.

q

It takes me longer to get
assignments done compared to my classmates.

q

Even when I
study hard I can’t seem to remember things when I’m taking an exam.

q

It’s so hard for me to stay
organized.

q

I only make good
grades in the classes that really interest me.

q

I have trouble completing
papers and projects on time.

q

I sometimes eat
to calm down.

q

It seems like I’m always
messing up.

q

I fidget or
doodle in class because it’s hard for me to sit still and listen.

q

I blurt things out without
thinking.

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