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Please answer the question below by sat. oct. 1st @ 11:59pm.

Please refer to your rubric while completing this assignment and then prior to submission of your work.
Please answer the question below by Sat. Oct. 1st @ 11:59pm.
Please respond to the works of 2 of your colleagues by Sunday, October 2nd @ 11:59pm. Your responses must be graduate-level work AND include your rationale with justification from the textbook and/or the videos.

What are conditions for providing a successful inclusive education for students who are gifted?

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Workbook pages will be used during the lesson as well.

Please convert the attached images to the lesson plan template. Workbook pages will be used during the lesson as well.

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I will include the rubric to make sure you meeting the guidlines.

This assignment aims to introduce the historical adult education topics and the significance, implications, and importance of their connections to contemporary adult education.
I will include the rubric to make sure you meeting the guidlines.
For sources, please make sure it scholarly. and academic

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Your fair will be a fun way for your program to raise money and interact with the people in your area.

Create a Fair Day in your Youth or Community Program. A Fair Day is a day in which you and the members of your youth or community program will host people from your local area to come and learn about the many different aspects of the topic you chose. Your fair will be a fun way for your program to raise money and interact with the people in your area. It will also be a chance for your students to learn more about the topic you chose and become “experts” as they teach those who come to your fair more about that topic and what it means for those most affected by it.
You will describe your Fair Day in detail in a Word Document of approximately 3-5 pages. See the Fair Day Design Assignment Requirements Checklist (docx) for the specific guidelines. Be sure to verify that you have completed every item on the checklist. You may include pictures, spreadsheets, tables, and any other materials you have developed as part of your descriiption in your submission also

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Please make it simple and not too wordy or technical.

I need the questions from the Collaborative Education Planning Commentary answered. Use the Signature Assessment B to answer the questions. Please make it simple and not too wordy or technical.

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You will write the present levels of academic achievement and functional performance statement based on the case study provided.

This assignment is about writing Present Levels and Benchmarks for an IEP.
INSTRUCTIONS:
You will write the present levels of academic achievement and functional performance statement based on the case study provided. Your PLAAFP must include each component; student strengths, academic needs, functional needs and how the student’s disability impacts his or her ability to access and progress in the general education curriculum. The PLAAFP should be free of acronyms. It should also be specific and tells the story of the student. Remember that the PLAAFP should give a detailed descriiption of the student so anyone reading the document has a clear picture of the student.
Once you have written the PLAAFP, you will write 3 SMART goals with 2-3 benchmarks for each goal based on the PLAAFP. Make sure each goal is written with SMART criteria. You should develop 2 academic goals that target the student’s academic
needs and 1 functional goal.
Remember: Specific, Measurable, Use Action Words, Realistic and Relevant, Time Bound
HERE IS THE LINK THAT DESCRIBES SMART GOALS

Writing SMART IEP Goals for Special Education


This was done before by paper writing the grade was terrible.
I will attach the case study: (You to write a page on the findings in the case study)
I will attach the Microsoft Excel Worksheet that Paper writings did. (You can simply just edit it for the new information)

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Download concrete poetry page 3download concrete poetry page 3

Concrete poetry is a type of poetry in which the words of a poem are given a visual representation in the shape of the poem itself. The visual shapes of the poems are just as important in conveying the intended effect as the poem’s content, such as meaning, words, rhythm, rhyme, etc. The term “concrete poetry” was coined in the 1950s by Brazilian poets and its principle tenet is that using words as part of a specific visual work allows for the words themselves to become part of the poetry, rather than just unseen vehicles for ideas. Concrete poems have been created based on the shapes of stars, cats, apples, trees, candles, faces, and many other shapes. The words or content that create each shape align with the shape itself. For example, the shape of an airplane is created with associated content, ascending into the sky. The words that make the airplane outline state, “a flick, a shudder to soar, a push–the nose, the wings held high and steady–the plane is ready to touch the sky.”
As our textbook mentions, poetry can foster creativity. Concrete poetry is particularly effective in early childhood education because it merges the two most important elements of children’s literature: content/narrative and illustration.
Instructions
Your assignment in this module is to send home a concrete poetry assignment (including directions and a sample poem) for your early childhood classroom. In this mock assignment, the student and his/her parent/guardian will create a concrete poem using/tracing the outline of one of each of their hands. The child and family member must describe how they use their hands, what they like about their hands, and/or why hands are important. Once you complete your directions to send home with a child and your sample hand poem to be attached to these directions, you will ask a friend/family member (preferably one with a child) to complete the second page as if they were your student and parent. Then, you will scan both pages and attach them online for grade submission. Have fun and be creative!
Please review the following templates for this assignment; each template is numbered. You may use these templates as your own documents or create something similar.
Download Concrete Poetry Pages 1–2Download Concrete Poetry Pages 1–2
Download Concrete Poetry Page 3Download Concrete Poetry Page 3
You may also wish to print the assignment instructions:
On page 1, clearly type or hand write directions to the parents and students, defining concrete poetry and outlining the project (stay positive, write in letter format, and write clearly on half of the horizontal page). Also, you may use phrases from the descriiption above or below when defining concrete poetry in your directions.
On page 2, create a sample “hand poem” that you have completed with the outline of your own hand on the other half of the horizontal page. You may write and/or draw inside your hand, around the edges, in the fingers, etc. It may rhyme or not. There are no limits with concrete poetry! Be creative so you will inspire the student and his/her parent to be creative!
Page 3 will be a completed set of “hand poems” by a parent/guardian and child. Please prep the horizontal space for the parent/guardian as if you would really send this home by labeling the spaces, drawing a line down the center, etc. Although this may be a friend and his/her child, please imagine this is your student and his/her parent/guardian.
Upload both complete documents.
Evaluation: After completing the assignment, evaluate and consider how you did. If you were to use this assignment in an early childhood education classroom, how would you alter or change it? What did not work so well?

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Select 2 to 3 technology tools that you would like teachers to either learn to use or use more effectively in an elementary school.

Technology Tools Presentation: Research technology tools, appropriate for an elementary school, that may be used to help with the following: Enhance instruction, Improve student learning, Support and meet diverse learners’ needs. Consider how the tools may be used to develop, implement, and evaluate the curriculum. Select 2 to 3 technology tools that you would like teachers to either learn to use or use more effectively in an elementary school. Create at least an 8-slide PowerPoint presentation about the selected technology tools the slides describe each tool and how it supports the following teaching practices: Enhance instruction, Improve student learning, Meet the learning needs of a diverse population, and Describe implementation strategies for each technology tool. Explain effective curriculum development, implementation, and the role of technology in both. Describe administrators’ roles and responsibilities related to the following: Teacher use of technology tools to design and/or facilitate curriculum-based instruction, Implementation of technology tools, and discuss evaluation strategies for technology use in curriculum development and instruction. Cite any references used to support your assignment according to APA guidelines in a references slide.

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You do not need to write 20 lesson plans, instead these will be lesson summaries.

PART 1: This is for Year 11 STANDARD ENGLISH. The topic you will cover in the unit is COMMON MODULE – READING TO WRITE: TRANSITION TO SENIOR ENGLISH. Rationale: This is an authentic task which requires you to use syllabus documents to plan an entire unit of work for one topic in the curriculum. This builds on the skills developed in Assessment Task 1 and should reflect one of the topics from Assessment Task 1. You will demonstrate your ability to incorporate a range of learning and teaching strategies to support the diverse learning needs students. Task descriiption: You will plan an entire unit of work (minimum 20 lessons) using the template provided on BB or one approved by your tutor. You do not need to write 20 lesson plans, instead these will be lesson summaries. You must link specific learning outcomes to lesson objectives and success criteria. Teaching and learning strategies for lessons must be provided. Links to General Capabilities and Cross-curriculum priorities must be included. Attached in this is the ‘Question, template and instructions for this’. If you wish to use another template from NESA, that is fine. PART 2: Length: 500-750 Words Rationale: The purpose of writing a comprehensive differentiation plan is to inform your unit of work will be differentiated in a heterogeneous classroom. Task descriiption: This is a piece of academic writing on differentiation and how it will be applied to your specific Year 11 Unit of Work in your First Teaching Area. It should make specific reference to the content, topic and outcomes of your unit of work and also be properly references where applicable. It should include differentiation strategies for Gifted & Talented, students with additional learning needs, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, students with English as an additional language or dialect, and varying learner levels in the classroom. The underlying assumption is that your class is a mixed-ability, co-educational inclusive class

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I have upload what happened in the first month observing as a students teacher.

I have upload what happened in the first month observing as a students teacher. you can fix it to make it more exciting. this paper is a reflection on what I observed as a teacher doing my first month f student teaching. put yourself in the classroom as a student teacher the first month back to school. Make the ending more fun. put more educational thoughts and ideas in it.Add 3 wondering at the end. I will upload my notes for you to use.