I would say that two differentiated instruction strategies that best adapt to the abilities as well as the limitations of Robert include: 1. Verbal presentation of his understanding of the unit plan 2. Small acted drama using his wheelchair as a combat vehicle. Using the first strategy is designed to be able to help Robert integrate into the dynamics of the group without having to impose any unnecessary stress upon him since it is obviously clear that Robert has problems when it comes to expressing himself in written form. It would be a better fit feasible to excuse Robert from the written presentation of his understanding because he has an interface problem that is extraordinary. Robert does however, have skills that are outstanding and these powers should be used to empower him and to socialize him with his peers. The verbal presentation would be the best idea for this particular scenario. Given the fact that Robert has a good sense of humor and a passion for military vehicles, the
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