This case study is centered on a second grade, male student named Sam. Currently Sam is a
seven year-old student at a private school. Sam is an only child and lives with both his mother
and father. The Caucasian family speaks
Creating Inclusive Lesson Plans
The children in your class have different backgrounds, needs, interests, and abilities. In order to effectively
teach the children in your care, your lesson plans need to be as diverse as they are. One thing you need to
Lesson Sample: Addition and Subtraction Facts to 20
Introducing the Concept
(Adapted From an Original Lesson Provided By Houghton Mifflin Education Place [Online].
Available: http:/www.eduplace.com/math/mathsteps/1/a/index.html )
(reading notes purple class notes black)
Week 8 - March 8-10 - Chapter 7 - AMANDA 16 pages
- aid with them all the time or a shadow or a difficulty reading.
- This is serious stuff.
- lower incidence, less common disabilities but
Develop a strong student-teacher relationship
Collaborating with other teachers and with professionals representing other
A consistent schedule with set rules and
Speech and language disorder: a communication disorder such as stuttering,
impaired articulation, language impairment, or a voice impairment that adversely
affects a childs educational performance.
Language development and use are complicated topics so it
March 29 - Chapter 9: Sensory Impairments
- Many general education classroom teachers teach their entire careers without encountering
children with these problems
All future teachers will need to have a general understanding of the conditions and how to
aid with them all the time or a shadow or a difficulty reading.
This is serious stuff.
lower incidence, less common disabilities but more severe.
What is the History of Mental Retardation/Intellectual Disabilities?
Psychiatric or mental health issues that lead to academic or social/behavioural problems in school
(it does not mean that it is purely academic problems)
So the problems is that the emotional issues influence school func
Autism spectrum disorders are pervasive developmental disorders that primarily affect
social interactions, language and behavior.
Some are able to assimilate into community settings and activities and others have
major difficulties achieving such