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Grade 2 ( End of Year) Case Study

This student is at the end of his Grade 2 year.

 He is a bright student and his oral language is excellent.  He takes part in class discussions and has an excellent general knowledge and excellent vocabulary.  However he has difficulty reading despite having had a some Reading Recovery support which was unsuccessful.

 The following is a sample of his written work.  The top few lines of Heading, Characters, Setting and Problem were copied off board notes. What is below this is his written response done independently.

 Look at this sample and analyze what you think may be problematic.  (Hint look at the spacing).

 How can you differentiate instruction for this student and what adaptive technology could you use?