Juanita completes all writing tasks well by drawing on prior knowledge and combining new concepts. Also, her written samples show little spelling, punctuation or word order mistakes. Her common writing mistakes usually occur when she tries to translate difficult words rather than to consider an easier word in English (i.e. In this period, Victor is growing with his family). Therefore, it would be beneficial for her future teachers to consider providing her a list of key words as they introduce new ideas or build content knowledge.
She is very social with her classmate and did not want to feel alone. However as months passed progress was beginning to show. She is able to read only certain sight words on a second grade level but was slowly building her vocabulary. She demonstrates increased reading skills when provided with picture clues for stories as well as when reading books with repetitive lines. She is able to produce sentences using a word bank paired with pictures with 10 to 14 words in the bank, with the words color-coded by parts of speech and set up in a subject-verb-object format.
Ms. Hester was capable of following commands and written directions as well, but when Ms. Hester was asked to count backwards from 100 by seven she followed a sequence of subtracting one instead; she was able to spell the world the word WORLD backwards without difficulty as the alternative. IMPRESSIONS/RECOMMENDATIONS: Despite some of Ms. Hester’s noted difficulties with delayed recall and attention on the Mini Mental Status Exam, her results suggest that her score of 26/30 is within normal limits. Due to Ms. Hester’s most recent presenting problem upon admission, she would likely benefit from more supervised care through an in home health service or senior care facility. Supervised care will work to ensure continued medication compliance and a connection with a senior services program will afford her the opportunity to gain support and stay active.
Dementia Stage 2: At this stage memory lapses and confusion become more obvious and the person can no longer hide her memory gaps from family and friends. Her short term memory is very impaired and she may ask a lot of repetitive questions and be anxious about when events are happening. Her ability to manage her day-to-day life is affected. A formerly neat person may become messy.
The writer and teacher, Lindsay Rosasco, creates strong diction through the use of informal word choice. Her diction style relates to her audience, who are teenagers in high school. She is trying to convince them that she is not out to get them, she just wants the best for all of them. Rosasco doesn’t use a higher level of vocabulary or more grandiose style because if she did, then teenagers could turn away from the text and she is writing like how the students talk. By doing this, she lets the readers know that she understands how they live.
She also noticed that Mary was having quite a bit of trouble with reading at her level. She is a third grade student and is only at that of a student ending first grade and beginning a second grade level of reading. In addition, to the reading, Mary is only at the instructional level of a student in the middle of first grade after a curriculum based assessment was performed. An observation was also conducted and found that Mary does well with Math and will stay on task more when there is not much reading and also works well in group assignments. When she observed reading, she was out of her seat within 10 mins and became disruptive.
Kimorah is a second-grade general education student who is struggling with reading fluency, pacing and some word recognition and punctuation. Upon having Kimorah assigned as my student, I learned that through prior assessments it is established that she is on a C reading level. Kimorah and I engaged in conversation and grew to know about each other on the first day of meeting. That same day, I had her read aloud, but was unable to completely grasp which tools were needed to successfully perform a miscue analysis.
During this week at my field agency, I participated in the following including; attending team meeting where cases are presented and clients assigned. I observed, conducted family as well as individual sessions, took referrals and attended the multidisciplinary team meeting. The individual session was a 31 years old client who is depressed as well as have a low self-esteem issues as she reported that her mother constantly made her feel like she is not good enough. I found this session interesting because I had only met her once to schedule an appointment and this was the first therapy session and she bonded so quickly.
For instance, a new student joined the class. She did not know how to say good morning in other languages. The educator and the students said good morning for her, and they had her repeat after them. While I was observing I noticed that a few Early Pennsylvania standards for preschoolers was
During my freshman and sophomore years of high school I took Spanish. It was a great experience to immerse myself in a different language and culture. I think every student in high school should take a language course because it makes for a better well rounded education. People who speak spanish as a main language are becoming more prominent in the United States, so it would be good to know at least the basics in case of an emergency. For example, I work at a Dunkin Donuts and sometimes someone who does not speak english with come in.
Shakima Gaither - She needs to be monitored for following through on scripts. She tends to take short cuts to end calls quickly. She is doing much better with following the NAPE, but that’s because she knows supervision is close by. She does forget procedures on JPM prayer and UL. She could be quizzed on JPM prayer on how to handle certain calls.
It was nice to have a summary of the book, but I think she sort of went a little overboard on the summary though. Because she wrote about most the book so the only thing I guess she left out is what happens at the end, which is expected. Despite some mistakes in the review, it was a good review of the book. It could have been better with a few grammatical and had she looked twice at the book.
In english my grade is a little dropping because I have lots of things due som day that I focus in other stuff. In english I get a little behind because I do not do the things right away when they give it to me I wait till the last minute and finish it with that said I need to get on top of things. I need to get my things together and start doing things right away and give myself time. I think I should show all my skills towards english. I think I can do so much better.
Most of the time I did not run out of things to say before the time ran out. I felt like there may be too much going on in my head to be able to do freewriting with that much ease. There is a lot going on for me but I felt like that was not the point of freewriting. If freewriting is learning to write about your inner most feelings or the ramblings of a mad woman -I nailed it!
My teachers were so nice and helped me after school for 30 minutes every day. The students were nice and I learned to participate in class. I was a bright girl so I knew how to make friends. I was in ELD (English language development) until first grade.