Central Idea
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by Kristen Atkinson2
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Which of the following would also be a good title for the section "Rights Movement"?
"A Look At Life With Autism"
"Autism Experts"
"Fighting For Acceptance"
"In Search Of A Cure"
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What do Whitney and Robison AGREE on in the article?
that people with autism are different but do not have disabilities
that people with autism should come together to support and help one another
that the neurodiversity movement is an important part of helping society accept people with autism
that the neurodiversity movement has negative effects on people with autism
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One central idea of the article is that activist groups have differing perspectives on autism. What is another central idea of the article?
Some people find that having autism brings both challenges and benefits
Neurodiversity activists are starting a new movement to help raise awareness about autism.
Alanna Whitney is bringing people with autism together to support one another.
Most people who have autism have trouble communicating but are fast learners.
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Which quote supports the central idea of the text?
With the strongest forms of autism, people cannot speak and need help taking care of themselves.
Whitney said that the first time she came to an event like this, she felt like these were her people.
Autism affects 1 out of every 68 American children.
Whitney said that her life has challenges, but it is beautiful.
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