Inability to climb stairs with alternating feet
Making involuntary hand movements
Difficulty coordinating hands and eyes
Frequently falling while running
Muscle and joint pain
An increased level of thirst
Trembling and irritability
A high fever
with no reference to the TEKS.
The IEP objectives should be developed to meet student needs
The IEP objectives should reflect the TEKS as closely as possible.
The IEP objectives should be identical to those of the TEKS
The IEP objectives should be developed independently and then correlated with the TEKS.
with modifications in grade level only.
Making a list of job tasks for the student to refer to as necessary throughout his or her work shift
Carefully explaining the steps of the job to the student and checking on the student at regular intervals
Simulating the work environment and practicing the job sequence in the classroom
Pairing the student with an employee who can work beside the student and model the required tasks
it is generally best to let the students work out the issues among themselves rather than to intervene in their social relationships.
it is imperative to institute a program specifically designed to build a learning community in which all students feel safe and accepte
his or her response should be aimed primarily at bolstering the resilience and self-assertiveness of the children with the lowest social status.
the most effective response would be to ask the parents of the students in the cliques to apply disciplinary measures if their children continue the exclusionary behavior.
in such situations
Initiating the lift by bending from the waist
Maintaining a straight back and lifting with the legs
Performing the lift as quickly as possible in a way that is consistent with the child’s safety and comfort
Prompting the child to hold on to the adult during the lift to the greatest extent possible
enables the students to synthesize new information quickly.
gives the students tools for taking control of their own learning.
encourages the students to relate new information to prior knowledge.
promotes the students’ use of critical-thinking skills.
ask Andrew what social activities he would like to participate in outside the home and help him develop the skills for doing so.
suggest a variety of new and interesting activities that can be done at home and that his friends are likely to enjoy.
help Andrew develop proficiency with electronic media that will both entertain him and allow interactions with others from home.
arrange for Andrew to begin socializing with peers who are blind or visually impaired.
Low self-esteem can be a sign of abuse or neglect
Self-confidence with regard to schoolwork depends primarily on a student’s belief in his or her ability to succeed through effort.
General education teachers are often unclear about the special educator’s role and make unfounded demands for assistance
and it is a teacher’s responsibility to report all instances of suspected child abuse.
Teachers can misperceive and misunderstand students’ behaviors by interpreting them from a single perspective.
an environment in both preschool and kindergarten that engages children in collaborative planning and problem solving.
a preschool environment that strongly emphasizes the development of literacy skills.
a preschool program that stresses the development of independent work habits and the ability to follow directions.
a developmentally appropriate program in both preschool and kindergarten that is responsive to individual differences.
printed text corresponds to oral language.
reading is an interactive process between the reader and the text.
letters correspond to individual speech sounds.
different conventions are associated with different genres of literature.
encourage the students to use metacognitive strategies.
prompt students to learn more about the topic.
integrate oral and written vocabulary skills.
connect new information to the students’ background knowledge.
determine students’ instructional reading levels.
determine gaps in students’ vocabulary and concept development.
suggest themes for units to the students’ English language arts teachers.
help students select books for independent reading.
Miming the action of the story
Raising their hands when they hear the main character’s name
Tapping their feet to the rhythm of the words
Making a clay sculpture of their favorite character
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