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SPD 632 Characteristics of a Disability Characteristics of a Disability National University SPD 632 Cindy Schmidt February 9, 2020
SPD 632 Characteristics of a Disability Abstract: The following is a chart on the disabilities described under the laws of IDEA. Several sources are obtained to construct an organized chart that describes what a particular disability may look like in the classroom. Also provided is are selected strategies that may assist a student academically having said disability.
SPD 632 Characteristics of a Disability List and define each disability category as explained under IDEA Example of how this disability would manifest itself in the classroom. For all Catagories: May perform grade levels behind that of peers. Based on how this disability manifests itself in the classroom, give an example of a strategy you would use to help the student access the core curriculum in the general education classroom. At least one of your strategies must address an English learner student with a disability. Be sure to provide a rationale for each choice. Be sure to cite your sources . For all categories: Check for understanding/SDAIE Autism: means a developmental disability significantly affecting verbal and nonverbal communication and social interaction, generally evident before age three. Difficulty with communication and interaction with other people Restricted interests and repetitive behaviors Symptoms that affect the person’s ability to function in school, work, and other areas of life ories/ Making little or inconsistent eye contact Having a tendency not to look at or listen to people Rarely sharing enjoyment of objects or activities by pointing at or showing things to others Failing to, or being slow to, respond to someone calling their name or to other verbal attempts to gain attention Having difficulties with the back and forth of conversation Often talking at length about a favorite subject without noticing that others are not interested or without giving others a chance to Treat them like any other kid as much as possible. Let the child know what will happen next. Set Expectations, be Consistent, and Follow Through Acknowledge your child or students for complying with your requests Tell the child specifically what you expect and allow him to earn privileges for complying with your expectations Give choices-not too many If possible, use a schedule to let the child know how his day
SPD 632 Characteristics of a Disability respond Having facial expressions, movements, and gestures that do not match what is being said Having an unusual tone of voice that may sound sing-song or flat and robot-like Having trouble understanding another person’s point of view or being unable to predict or understand other people’s actions. Undesired behavior ories/ will go Distract and redirect problematic behavior instead of saying “stop” or “no.” If the child seems over

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