Describe the child’s overall appearance (hair color, eye color, teeth lost, glasses, etc.) and physical development (height, weight, overall stature; reached normal physical milestones?), as compared with peers.

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Here is what I know: I observed this student.
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He is 6 years old and is in kindergarten and His name is Pablo. He has brown hair and brown eyes and he is spanish speaking. He is really shy and sweet but it is almost like he is a people pleaser and just doesn’t want to get in trouble or get caught ever. He is academically ahead of his peers and is very smart and really is above grade level in some areas. He can read well and write and enjoys math. Socially he has a lot of friends and tends to talk even more to those friends when teachers aren’t around and watching. Physically he is taller than the other kids his age. Since he is spanish speaking and speaks spanish majority at home, he qualifies for ELL services and that is great for cognitive and socioemotional development. When talking about gross motor skills he is able to perform most of the items on the checklist. He can play on the playground and he loves to play soccer and basketball. Look at the checklist and add the things he can do in the gross motor part and fine motor. He is really above his grade and his peers for some of these things. He doesn’t need any accommodations in the classroom or at home to have successful physical functioning and he doesn’t ask for help that much. He is well aware of the drills in the classroom because of the teacher explaining what they are and mean and he eats school lunch and it is healthy. Breakfast isn’t the healthiest but it does keep them full – it includes milk, juice, pop tarts, biscuits, crustable, and some sugary snacks. He isn’t picky and will eat what he’s given.

WRITING ASSIGNMENT:
In order to be an effective teacher and meet the needs of all students, it is important to understand the characteristics of typical and atypical development in a variety of areas. The areas of physical, cognitive, language and socioemotional development are all integrated into classroom instruction and interactions, so a teacher must learn as much as possible about each of his/her students in all of these areas. The case study will provide opportunities for the teacher to practice observing a target child, documenting the child’s development, and analyzing his/her strengths, weaknesses, and preferences, which will further guide the teacher to determine the most efficient individualized instruction and social support.
JUST WRITE PART A and include checklist:
Part A Physical Development Section
1. Describe the child’s overall appearance (hair color, eye color, teeth lost, glasses, etc.) and physical development (height, weight, overall stature; reached normal physical milestones?), as compared with peers.
2. In what kinds of large (gross) motor activities did you observe the child engaged? Provide supporting examples. Is this typical for a child of that age, based on what you have observed in peers in the class as a whole and learned in the course?
3. In what kinds of small (fine) motor activities did you observe the child engaged? Provide supporting examples. Is this typical for a child of that age, based on what you have observed in peers in the class as a whole and learned in the course?


4. Does the child require any modifications to the classroom or home to assist physical functioning?
5. What kind of emphasis and training have you noticed from parents, teachers, and/or other adults related to safety issues (primarily school agers)? What types of safety information has the child learned? (Safety examples: schoolwide drills, fire safety, cyber safety, knowing address/phone number, calling 911, etc.)
6. Describe the child’s health and eating habits at school. (Examples: adequate nutrition, daily exercise, food/snacks eaten frequently at school or brought from home, food preference, balanced diet…etc.)
Written Analysis Part A: Developmental Domains
a. Physical Development Domain: In this section, the students describe and analyze the overall health and physical development of the case study child in great detail. The analysis includes a discussion of gross and fine motor skills, environmental modifications required for physical functioning, and health and safety awareness, and must be supported with a variety of specific examples from the observations and the checklist.

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