Classes at every grade level are comprised of students at varying stages of language development, as well as cognitive and physical abilities. Teachers must adjust instruction to meet the needs of all students.
Carefully read and examine each scenario located on the “Typical and Atypical ” template. Each one depicts two students of the same age/grade who differ in their development; specifically, linguistic, physical, or cognitive development. After reading each scenario, complete the following tasks Each scenario should be 200-250 words. Apply major concepts, principles, theories, and research related to the physical, cognitive, and linguistic development of children and young adolescents in your responses. Support your typical milestones and strategies with 2-3 scholarly resources. In the following scenarios, students are exhibiting one of the three types of atypical development: linguistic, physical, or cognitive. Students have not been diagnosed as needing special accommodations, so they do not have an IEP or 504 plan in place.