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Grade 11 Case Study

 

 

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This sample of writing is from a student on entry into Grade 11. He is extremely bright, having an IQ score in the gifted range. He has been identified as having a Communication Exceptionality - (Gifted) Learning Disability, as he has superior scores in visual spatial abilities but significant weaker abilities in oral language production. He enjoys writing, and often writes long stories/narratives both from what he has read, seen or his own ideas.

LOOK AT THE SAMPLE BELOW AND ATTEMPT TO READ IT. WHAT IS YOUR OVERALL IMPRESSION? HOW CAN YOU DIFFERENTIATE INSTRUCTION AND USE ADAPTIVE TECHNOLOGY TO ASSIST THE STUDENT TO IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF HIS WRITTEN LANGUAGE PRODUCTION?