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EDUC 307 Rationale for Classroom Arrangement: The kidney table near my desk is for the two students in the classroom who suffer from visual impairments, even though they are not completely blind, the struggle to read from the board and understanding what is going on in lessons. By having them close to me, I can pay direct attention to them in one-on-one instruction. I have three Hispanic students in class who are just beginning their journey in the English world. I decided to split these students into different tables that way the English speakers can help them out if needed. The table in front of the white board is reserved for my students with intellectual disabilities. The reason why they are separated from the rest of the students is not because they cannot acquire the same amount of information, but they feel good together and build each other’s spirit. When one learns something new, the three get excited. That really brightens my day up and I believe this is the best way they learn. This seating also helps the teacher aid because she can work with the three students all at once. I have three students with minor physical disabilities, and I include them with any other group. This is great for them because students respect who they are and help each other out. These students also develop regular skills just like the rest of the students in the table. This makes them feel included and excited to come to class. I have three other students who are completely healthy, and they are dispersed in three different tables. I have a Page 2 of 14
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EDUC 307 strong learn, a medium and weak learner in one table. For me this is the best way for them to develop and learn faster as they highly collaborate to learn with each other. Accommodation 2- Rewritten text Original Text: Readability Level: 4.5 Most plants begin life as a seed. Seeds can originate in numerous forms and dimensions. A mustard seed is tiny as a grain of sand. A coconut seed can be as large as a human head. Seed forms are just amazingly varied, too. Some seeds are simply round, and others can literally look like insects. Seeds have great impact around the world, they can be consumed as food and the can also grow a plant which can be used as medicine, art, even instruments and can also serve as delicious seasonings in mommy’s kitchen. In South Africa, large seeds are strung together and worn as ankle bracelets. Some Native American tribes put seeds inside empty turtle shells to make rattles. As important as seeds are to human beings, the most important job a seed has is to grow into a new plant (Warren, H., 2010).
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