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EDU 203 Discussion Rowley Debate
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Agenda Practice Teaching- Q’s? Prep for Debate Debate Concluding Notes on Rowley Assignment
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Debate Groups 10 minutes to discuss Rowley with your group members What key points do you want to make? What is your argument? Organize your points on a piece of paper
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Let’s Debate! 20 minutes You may use the doc cam to show your points, but EVERY person must make one point or argument. Ground your points in the case Group 1 present a point, then Group 2 responds, and so on.
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Educational Benefit Questions the court asked: Language of the statute (what does it say)? “to meet the unique needs of the handicapped child,” and related services to “benefit from special education.” What did the legislature intend?
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What did the lower courts say? This disparity between Amy’s achievement and her potential led the court to decide that she was not receiving a “free appropriate public education,” which the court defined as “an opportunity to achieve (her) full potential commensurate with the opportunity provided to other children.”
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