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Dariah Watson SPE 300 - 002 CWID: 11210767 Placement: 2 Year Olds (Ms. Ingram) I. Contextual Factors A) This practicum took place from October 5 to November 16, 2010 at the University of Alabama RISE School in PO Box 870305 Tuscaloosa, AL 35487. The tutoring/observations were completed in Melinda Ingram’s class, two year old room from October 5, 2010 to November 16, 2010. B) The student is a two year old boy. He has difficulty producing sounds and articulating his words. He physically is the size of the average two year old boy, but once he speaks he has an obvious speech problem. At times his motor skills are fluid and at other times they are rigid. When I spoke to him he would respond physically by turning in my direction or focusing on the toy I was talking about which let me know he heard me, but he usually could not respond orally. English is not the language he speaks at home and the teachers sometimes spoke to him in the language he speaks at home. C) The class has 15 or 16 students. Half of the students have special needs and half do not. D) 1. Learning Environment: The atmosphere of the classroom was very open and relaxed. As long as the students were in the teacher’s sight and were not physically disabled they
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could roam around the room. There were two areas with books and two areas with toys.
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