EDR 151Case Presentation May 25, 2012 Prepared by: Anne Clare B. Salcedo
Profile of Learner:Child’s Name: Andrei Justin PasionNickname: AndreiAge: 7yrs & 8mosIncoming Grade: 1School: PWU- JASMSInterests: Drawing, reading, playing
Strengths NeedsHas good communication skills Has difficulty focusingCan easily interact with others Has difficulty maintaining attentionIs very respectful Cries easily/easily gives upCan express himself well Tends to mix up “mirrored” letters (d/b)Speaks audibly Little vocabularyKnows his alphabet Reads with word recognition a lotCan read fastPicks up instructions very well Has a hard time detecting patterns (-at words)Can memorize easilyCan spell Insists on getting what he wantsCan predict outcomes Doesn’t allow himself to lose/competitiveHandwriting can be read easilyCan draw to express himselfCan reason well
Old Remedial PlanComponents Goals Methods and MaterialsSpelling To have confidence in spelling Word wall PicturesWord Recognition To be able to develop his word Word walland Vocabulary bank Stories To be able to read carefullyListening To be able to learn how to listen StoriesComprehension carefullyReading To be able to develop his StoriesComprehension vocabulary and understanding
Revised Remedial PlanComponents Goals Methods and MaterialsBehaviour To be able to attend to each task with Checklist of tasks focus and understandingOral Language To be able to finish sentence stems Fill in the blanksPhonics Knowledge To be able to spell Spelling gamesDecoding To be able to read Word families Flip chartsListening To be able to understand the story well StoriesComprehension To be able to draw conclusions Graphic Organizers To be able to note details
Behaviour Doesn’t focus well Loves playing Very short attention span Inserts games in between sessions
Listening Comprehension Tends to forget details (English) can not understand and answer questions Easily distracted
Summary of Progress The student can read basic words The student can spell The student can comprehend simple sentences The student can easily predict happenings by anchoring upon his experience The student can recall information/details The student can reason out and justify his answers The student can understand and memorize terms The student can apply his experiences in our lessons
Summary of Progress The student needs to work on maintaining his focus and attention The student needs to work on expressing himself in English The student needs to work on familiarizing himself with basic English words The student needs to improve and develop his vocabulary bank
Recommendations Read more The parents should read stories to him every night and also check on his comprehension every now and then. The parents should also allow him to read in order for them to check if he is still basing the words from word recognition.
Recommendations Have fun and game-based activities The student enjoys learning through playing. He shows complete interest whenever we have games, and doesn’t actually notice that he is learning as we play. He can even recall terms and lessons better.
Recommendations Reinforcements (games) The student likes being reinforced by games. You can tell him that you will have a game after your lesson, but he must make sure that he behaves. With a simple dice and money cards, the student can make up an extraordinary game.
Recommendations Encourage him more The student has the ability but not enough confidence. He needs to be pushed and motivated more, that’s all. He needs to be asked to do something he doesn’t want twice or thrice, and he will surely give it a try.
Recommendations Speak with him in English As the student has difficulty in speaking and understanding English. I advise his parents to speak with him in English at home little by little. He needs to learn the language soon because he is already growing up; he might be left out.
Recommendations Praise the student As I’ve said, the student needs more pushing, and praising him could also boost his confidence. He needs to be affirmed that he is doing progress and that he is performing well in his studies.