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At the end of this presentation you should be able to: Describe characteristics of autism. Discuss and understand how autism is identified and what causes have been linked to autism. Identify the needs of a student who is autistic in the classroom and larger community. Understand the benefits of collaboration and communication across settings. Connect knowledge to specific case studies. Discuss and understand how instructional and curricular choices can support students with autism in progressing through the general education curriculum. Chapter 10 Objectives Autism Chapter Objectives
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Who Is Jeremy Jones? Jeremy is a 13-year-old boy with excellent mapping skills. He rehearses his necessary social skills without prompting. Using schoolwide positive behavior supports, Jeremy has been included in the general curriculum. He exhibits some common characteristics typical of students with autism. Chapter 10 Autism Connect knowledge to specific case studies.
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How Do You Recognize Students with Autism? IDEA — Autism is a developmental disability that affects children prior to the age of three. It most significantly affects three areas: Verbal & nonverbal communication Social interaction Academic performance Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders pervasive developmental disorder Autism is a spectrum disorder , including Asperger’s Syndrome Defining Autism How Do You Recognize Students with Autism? Describe characteristics of autism.
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Language Development — ranging from no verbal communication to complex communication Delayed Language Echolalia Social Development — delays in social interaction and social skills Impaired use of nonverbal behavior Lack of peer relationships Failure to spontaneously share enjoyment, interests, and achievements with others Lack of reciprocity Describing the Characteristics How Do You Recognize Students with Autism?
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