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  • Reflection Of Student Writing Project 3

    Project 3: Write up The Genre I am using to present project 3 at the Celebration of Student Writing is a poster board. I want to use the board as an aid to give a general idea of what I have been researching. Doing this will help me explain most of the project myself and I won’t have to rely on the board for the presentation of the project. For Project 3, I focused my topic on Autism Spectrum Disorder. I aimed to explain what autism is and the effects it has on people diagnosed with it and…

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  • The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night

    The complexities of human nature often mean that there is misconception and confusion with the different ways we communicate. This can significantly impact how individuals interact with one another and how different things are interpreted. In the novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time, Mark Haddon’s protagonist, Christopher Boone, a 15-year-old boy with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), a developmental disorder characterized by difficulties in social interaction and communication…

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  • Life Animated Film Analysis

    “Who decides what a meaningful life is?” Ron Suskind asks this insightful question while talking about his son, Owen, who has autism. He is saying that just because someone has autism, that doesn’t mean they can’t live a meaningful life. Some people think that autism means that the people who have it can’t have normal lives, but who decides what’s normal? Owen shares his story in the documentary Life Animated, a touching and eye-opening documentary that allows viewers to enhance their…

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  • Intellectual Disorder Case Study

    Primary diagnosis: Speech and language delays. Secondary diagnosis: Intellectual disability. The claimant was a 7 year and 11 month old boy. Alleged disability: learning disability, could not speak understandable words, could not tie his shoes, could not wipe himself after using the toilet, and hyperactivity. His mother reported that he was unable to cut geometric shapes with scissors, unlock a key lock, could not follow simple directions, and did not say his last name when asked for his…

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  • Asperger's Syndrome Essay

    normal to extremely high (What Is Asperger Syndrome?). People with Asperger’s suffer from problems with social interactions and communication (What is Asperger Syndrome?). So, this causes a lot of problems in their social lives, causing them to become introverted most of the time. And the disorder also causes problems in relationships. Aspies have a strong desire to fit in, but often have a hard time making connections with other people and making friends (What is Asperger Syndrome?). There are…

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  • Autism Personal Statement Essay

    Educating students with autism is the epitome of a success to me. The opportunity to cultivate and excavate genius form the minds of exceptional individuals is the most rewarding and challenging thing I have done thus far in my life. With the exponential growth of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis, it is paramount I become an informed, empowered, and exceptional educator to better support individuals with ASD. By obtaining a Master’s degree from Georgia State University in Multiple and…

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  • How To Write A Dance Critique

    This past weekend I took the opportunity by going to a play near me in Iowa City called Dancing Lessons. This play was shown at the Riverside Theatre. I’ve been to this theatre before, seeing Line of Descent when my teacher was one of the main roles. The first time I went to this theatre, I actually really enjoyed the feel of the theatre on how small it was. It had a good vibe for me right away, so I was excited to go back. When I first heard about this play, I didn’t think it was an actual show…

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  • Visual Schedules

    Children with Autism often have great memory skills, and one of their strengths is in the ability to use visual information. When learning routines Autistic students will remember the information longer and more accurately when the routine is presented visually instead of auditory (Schneider & Goldstein 2010). However, Autistic children have deficits in their communication and social skills. Specifically, children with autistic spectrum disorder will often not respond to adults or other children…

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  • Evolution Of Autism In Public Schooling: Article Analysis

    Raiti, C. (2014). Evolution of Autism in Public Schooling. Educ 300: Education Reform, Past and Present. Retrieved from http://commons.trincoll.edu/edreform/2014/04/evolution-of-autism-in-public-schooling/ Raiti makes multiple accurate arguments about the factors of autism throughout the article, which includes an altered definition of autism. According to the article, Raiti is curious to find out how the teaching strategies for this population have changed from the 1930’s to the present and…

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  • Essay On The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night

    British author Mark Haddon wrote the book The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. The story revolves around a young boy called Christopher John Francis Boone who investigates the murder of a neighbor’s dog, which leads him to a journey that will change his life forever. Despite his mental illness, he learns to face the difficulties of his world and to be capable of everything he can do. Because of these unique characteristics, I find this book one of the best books I have ever read.…

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