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Case study five videos

The following videos illustrate a variety of assessment strategies used to determine receptive communication goals and possible adjustments required to support these goals:

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Johnny

Video 5: Johnny during morning activities

Students are selecting activities using the Interwrite board. They engage in a selection of warm up songs, participating in the actions for each song.

Video 6: Johnny learning about time

The class is learning about dates and seasons. One teacher is directing the lesson at the front of the room. A second teacher and a teacher’s aide are seated next to students. The class then discusses time in relation to the day’s activities.

Video 7: Johnny learning about bugs

The class is participating in the song, “We’re going on a Bug Hunt”. One teacher is leading the song at the front of the class. Another teacher and teacher’s aide are seated next to students.

Video 8: Johnny engaging in athletics

The class is engaging in a range of athletic carnival activities. The classroom has been arranged to form racing lanes. Two teachers are standing at the front of the classroom. The students are seated in a row facing the lanes. The class is using a chart to select the activities.

Carlos

Video 9: Carlos during morning activities

Students are selecting activities using the Interwrite board. They engage in a selection of warm up songs, participating in the actions for each song.

Video 10: Carlos learning about time

The class is learning about dates and time. One teacher is directing the lesson at the front of the room. A second teacher is seated next to the student. The class is learning about time in relation to the day’s activities.

Video 11: Carlos engaging in athletics

The class is engaging in a range of athletic carnival activities. The classroom has been arranged to form racing lanes. Two teachers are standing at the front of the classroom. The students are seated in a row facing the lanes. The class is using a chart to select the activities.

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