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  • 1. Certificación de tutores de docentes de idiomas Jorge Augusto Ordoñez Valencia jaov5@hotmail.comTask 3.3Symptoms of disability:Talks excessively and has difficulty remaining in a seated HYPERACTIVITYpositionImpulsivity: tends to interrupt others ADHD LEARNERExtremely disorderly or compulsively orderly. DYSLEXIC LEARNERUse of manual means of communication DEAFNESSUse of magnifier when reading BLINDNESSinappropriate or minimal social interactions ASPERGER’S SYNDROMFails to follow directions and/or finish assignments and INATTENTIONtasksMakes careless mistakes and disregards details in INATTENTIONeveryday activities and lesson workconversations almost always revolving around self rather ASPERGER’S SYNDROMthan otherslack of social or emotional reciprocity AUTISMUse of visual assistive technology – Braille Devices BLINDNESSMobility dependence and need of walking assistant PHYSICAL DISABILITIESComplains of feeling or seeing non-existent movement DYSLEXIC-VISION, READING ANDwhile reading, writing, or copying. SPELLINGProblems making sounds can be substituted, left off, ARTICULATION DISORDERadded or changed. ADHD behavior relevant to languageProblems reading small print learning-Reading HEARING-SPEED PERCEPTIONFocus on the speakers lips in communication (UNDERSTANDING)Trouble with writing or copying; pencil grip is unusual; DYSLEXIC-WRITING AND MOTOR SKILLShandwriting varies or is illegiblerestricted, repetitive, and stereotyped patterns of AUTISMbehaviorCategories of disabilities: Cognitive and Learningproblems reading small print Disabilities Emotional, Behavioral and SocialImpulsivity: tends to interrupt others DifficultiesTalks excessively and has difficulty remaining in a seated Emotional, Behavioral and Socialposition Difficulties Emotional, Behavioral and SocialFails to follow directions and/or finish assignments and tasks DifficultiesEUROCSYS © 2012
  • 2. Certificación de tutores de docentes de idiomas Cognitive and LearningExtremely disorderly or compulsively orderly. Disabilities Communication and Interactionrestricted, repetitive, and stereotyped patterns of behavior DifficultiesMakes careless mistakes and disregards details in everyday Emotional, Behavioral and Socialactivities and lesson work Difficulties Communication and Interactioninappropriate or minimal social interactions DifficultiesTrouble with writing or copying; pencil grip is unusual; Cognitive and Learninghandwriting varies or is illegible Disabilities Sensory Difficulties and PhysicalMobility dependence and need of walking assistant Difficulties Sensory Difficulties and PhysicalUse of manual means of communication Difficulties Sensory Difficulties and PhysicalVoice problems, speak too loudly or not loud enough Difficulties Sensory Difficulties and PhysicalUse of visual assistive technology – Braille Devices Difficultiesconversations almost always revolving around self rather than Communication and Interactionothers Difficulties Sensory Difficulties and Physicalfocus on the speaker’s lips in communication DifficultiesComplains of feeling or seeing non-existent movement while Cognitive and Learningreading, writing, or copying. DisabilitiesProblems making sounds. Sounds can be substituted, left off, Cognitive and Learningadded or changed. Disabilities Communication and Interactionlack of social or emotional reciprocity DifficultiesEUROCSYS © 2012