This week you have learned about types of writing disabilities. (https://www.un

This week you have learned about types of writing disabilities.
(https://www.understood.org/en/articles/understanding-dysgraphia)
(https://blog.ed.ted.com/2018/05/15/the-fascinating-reason-that-children-write-letters-backwards/?fbclid=IwAR3kIDue2rEdqQZ4d8dUmeGcFPvFp7msSjQhIqY5AOvyZ4VxF5jRKkmWhk0)
In 2-3 paragraphs, please summarize your learning and understanding of writing disabilities. How does this new understanding affect your perspective as a current/future teacher? Include at least 2 citations.

The Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance (PLAAFP) se

The Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance (PLAAFP) section of an Individualized Education Plan should drive all subsequent content of the IEP, including goals and services. Formal assessment data and information gathered via parent/teacher interviews are primary sources of information to create a PLAAFP. It is important that teachers be able to analyze and summarize such data and information to collaborate with IEP team members when developing a PLAAFP.
Review “RTI Case Study: Laney.”
Based on the information provided, begin the process of drafting a 250-500 word summary of Laney’s current educational performance that could later be incorporated into the PLAAFP section of an IEP.
Your summary should include the following student information:
Academic strengths
Results from evaluations
Performance in classes
Influences of language, culture, and family background
Strengths, preferences, and interests in nonacademic areas
Any other relevant issues
Any additional information that should be collected
In an additional 150-250 words, reflect upon why it is important to know the potential effect of differences in values, languages, and customs that can exist between the home and school. Support your reflection with 1-2 scholarly resources.
While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

Presentation Analysis Critique In Unit II, you practiced identifying strengths a

Presentation Analysis Critique
In Unit II, you practiced identifying strengths and areas for improvement on a designated oral presentation in preparation for
this unit’s assignment.
For Unit III, you will view a speech on the Internet and complete the Presentation Analysis Critique template attached here.
You may choose your own speech to critique using the Internet. Please provide the link to the speech.
Complete this document as if you were going to share it with the speaker. Your feedback should be specific and
professional so that the speaker could use it in order to improve. Be sure to include specific suggestions to help the.
Dont for get to provied the link for the video used . The paper is atatch that need to be completed for the speach .

Be sure to completely answer the questions for each bullet point. There should b

Be sure to completely answer the questions for each bullet point. There should be separate sections, one for each bullet below. Separate each section in your paper with a clear heading that allows your professor to know which bullet you are addressing in that section of your paper. Support your ideas with at least three (3) citations in your essay.
1. According to your book, activity plans contain goals and objectives. Define each and describe how they relate to each another.
2. Why is it important to sequence the objectives in your activity plan? What impact will this have on your teaching and on children’s participation in the activity?
3. Developmentally, children proceed from enactive to symbolic representation. Define the three levels of representation identified in your book and provide an example of each. Talk about how knowledge of these three kinds of representation will affect practices in your early childhood learning environment.
4. Imagine that you are the lead professional for a group of 3 and 4-year-old children. The children in your learning environment have become interested in mailing things and getting things in the mail. How could a group time serve as a way to explore this topic further? Outline the things you would have to consider and in what ways a group time would be appropriate or less appropriate for this purpose.
****Textbook: Kostelnik, M. J., Soderman, A. K., & Whiren, A. P. (2018). Developmentally appropriate curriculum: Best
practices in early childhood education (7th ed.). Pearson. ISBN: 9780134747637 *** (chapter 3 &4)

Special educators have the important task of creating and implementing lesson pl

Special educators have the important task of creating and implementing lesson plans that effectively differentiate instruction, meet student needs, and are aligned to appropriate state standards. Planning effective language arts lessons includes accommodating all students, incorporating interesting materials, and meeting standards and student IEP objectives. It is essential to model pre-reading, during reading, and after reading metacognitive strategies and to incorporate cross-curricular content areas in reading and language arts lessons.
Using the “COE Lesson Plan Template,” create a cross-curricular lesson plan that incorporates a picture walk and is specific to the needs of students in the “Class Profile.” Select a K-3 grade level and align your lesson to the Arizona or other state academic content standards. Using an appropriate non-fiction picture book, incorporate the following into your lesson plan:
Pre-reading strategies and activities
During reading strategies and activities
Vocabulary development
Interactive differentiation activities
After reading activities and strategies
Written language and oral language activities
In addition, rationalize your instructional choices in a 250-500 word reflection, citing appropriateness for students detailed in the “Class Profile.” Explain how you will use your findings in your future professional practice.
While APA format is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and in-text citations and references should be presented using APA documentation guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.

Article is to address the impact that dysfunction of one of the characteristics

Article is to address the impact that dysfunction of one of the characteristics has on a specific area of school achievement and intervention that was used to address the impact of the dysfunction. You may choose any 3 of the 13 characteristic traits that we will be studying in class that you would like, but each article must focus on a different area of school achievement. You must have one article for each of the following areas:
SPED 6189 Page 6 of 9
o Math
You are to write a short (2-3) page review of the article. The article review must be typed and in APA style.
Guidelines for Article Summaries
• Article must come from a refereed or peer-reviewed journal. Be sure you understand what this means (i.e.,no articles from general websites or blogs).
• Include a description/definition of the characteristic being addressed in the study.
• Include a description of how a dysfunction of the characteristic impacts performance in one of the following areas: Math
• Describe the intervention that was used to address/support the dysfunction?
o What was done?
o For how long?
o How was it measured?
o Under what conditions?
o Include if the intervention was helpful or not.
• The format of the paper should be as follows:
o Double spaced
o APA format (7th Edition)
o Two to three pages in length
o Writing tips:
 Use past tense
 Write concisely, summarize when possible
 Do not use quotations in your article summary
Chararacteristis:
Working Memory
Long Term Memory
Sustained Attention
Selective Attention
Self-Regulation
Emotion Regulation
Cognitive Flexibility
Visual Perception
Auditory Perception
Internalizing Behaviors
Externalizing Behaviors
Expressive Language
Receptive Language

GOAL: To fully understand the whole person and make appropriate transitional pla

GOAL: To fully understand the whole person and make appropriate transitional plans from secondary to post – secondary settings.
Description
Develop an Individual Transition Plan, addressing the following:
Describe the transition process at each defining stage in life including the roles of different professionals and agencies involved.
Outline the strategies for parental involvement throughout the child’s educational program. Increase interpersonal effectiveness with open communication and heightened sensitivity to cultural/race/gender/issues.
Describe the current mandates for transition from school to work and community living.