Lesson 3 Participant

Lesson 3 Participant - Lesson 3 Draft writing assignment...

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Lesson 3, Draft writing assignment: Participant (Subject) As soon as your teacher has helped you identify the student or students with whom you will carry out your intervention, try to find out as much information about the student(s) as possible. What is this person's diagnosis, skill deficit, or behavior problem? At what grade level or developmental level is this person functioning? Describe the student's problems from your observations; for example, is he out of his seat more than half the time? does she become upset or throw tantrums when asked to work? is he reading at 2 years below his grade level? If your student does not have a diagnosis, do not guess at the diagnosis since a copy of your paper will go to the parent and teacher. Simply describe what you can observe or have been told by the teacher. Some students are receiving special education because they are at-risk for developing a disability. For example, a student may have a very high rate of absenteeism, may be incarcerated, may be in the process of being assessed, etc.
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