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Group Project Middle And Late Childhood

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  • 1. Group Project Middle Childhood Student Characteristics and Disability Traits by Cheryl Salcido
  • 2. Student 1-Girly Girl
    • Popular and rarely rejected by peers
    • High on feminine expressive traits
    • Engages in relational aggression
    • Only Child
  • 3. Student 2-Tomboy(Girl)
    • Dyslexia
    • Introvert with no emotional intelligence
    • High IQ with an athletic aptitude
    • Motivated by performance orientation
  • 4. Student 3-Bully(girl)
    • Obese and obsessed with sweets
    • Low self-esteem
    • Verbal skill intelligence
    • Expresses masculine socioemotional traits
  • 5. Student 4-Outcast(female)
    • Shy, quiet, introverted, rejected by peers
    • Extremely intelligent with fear of expression
    • Emotionally disturbed with problems in peer relations, personal and school matters
    • Childhood regression with no social skills
  • 6. Student-5 Class Clown(male)
    • Attention Hyper Deficit Disorder
    • Extrinsically motivated with rewards
    • Spatially and mechanically skilled
    • Physically active in sports
  • 7. The Teacher (Male or Female)
    • Very patient and non-judgmental of students
    • Persistent
    • Uses the Whole language approach
    • Displays Altruism and moral exemplar approach