Preschool/Kindergarten Video Assessment Start Assignment

SOLVED. Get the solution. In this Assessment, we focus on the 3-5 age range of preschool through Kindergarten and the topic of observation, documentation and assessment. This project is grounded in the knowledge that observation is a primary mechanism for assessment in early childhood – yet it is not always carefully planned and documented as it could be. First choose an age group you’d like to focus on. This should be for a general education class or an inclusion or ICT class (not a self-contained class). Preschool should be a class of 15-18 and Kindergarten 25 children. Then choose a Literacy-based lesson appropriate for this age group – remembering that literacy in 3K and Prek may not look like direct teaching of letters but instead in promoting the underlying skills that support children’s later reading and writing. Use the NYS Early Learning Guidelines  Links to an external site.and appropriate Prek standards Links to an external site. to help ensure you are creating a developmentally appropriate lesson. Consider the templates in the module which are both lesson templates for preschool and documentation and assessment templates. Then prepare a class presentation to share an overview of the lesson and detail how you would plan for observation and documentation throughout the lesson. Under the Assignment itself, submit an assessment and/or documentation tool that you would use (some are in the module that you may use or you can find another or create your own) to observe student learning and then provide a written rationale for this choice in addition to addressing it in your video. Finally, fill out the Assessment Self-Assessment Tool (also in the module) to analyze your approach to assessment and how you did/would provide feedback throughout the lesson. 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ztZaq45dwcY

Discussion

SOLVED. Get the solution.  This discussion centers on applying your understanding of the content in the chapter on Providing Culturally Competent Career Development Interventions to a Career Development theory of your choosing. Please use the following prompt to draft your discussion thread: 
Now that you have read about career development theories, select a theory and consider how it may need to be expanded or revised to provide more inclusive descriptions of the career development experiences of a diverse spectrum of people.

PBA 3

SOLVED. Get the solution. Follow directions in the first attachment. Next use the template to record your answers.

The assignment will ask that you record yourself and the times you talked in the interview.
You DO NOT need to record yourself. You will invent(make up) a scenario to fill out the parts in the template where a recording is needed. 

Educating elem help

SOLVED. Get the solution. Your selected IEP. (Rudy)
Descriptions of appropriate instructional and assessment accommodations for the exceptional student based on their needs as described in the IEP.

You will need to list and describe the appropriate assessment tools and accommodations.
You will also need to describe how the lesson can be modified for other learners with varying reading deficiencies.
Rudy IEP

Current Grade: 2
Present Levels of Educational Performance
• Ruby is in good health with no known physical performance issues, and she socializes well with her peers.
• Ruby performs at grade level in all subjects except reading.
• Ruby can identify all letters of the alphabet and knows the sound of most consonants and short vowels.
• Her sight vocabulary is approximately 65 to 70 words, and she reads on the primer level.
• Ruby can spell most words in a first-grade textbook, but has difficulty with words in the second-grade textbook.
Annual Goals
1. By the end of the school year, Ruby will read at a beginning second-grade level with 90% accuracy in word recognition and 80% accu- racy in word comprehension.
Person Responsible: Resource Teacher
2. By the end of the school year, Ruby will increase her sight word vocabulary to 150 words.
Person Responsible: Resource Teacher
3. By the end of the school year, Ruby will read and spell at least 75% of the second-grade spelling words.
Person Responsible: Second-Grade Teacher
Amount of Participation in General Education
• Ruby will participate in all second-grade classes and activities except for reading.
Special Education and Related Services
• Ruby will receive individualized and/or small-group instruction in reading from the Resource Teacher for 30 minutes each day.

BL 23

SOLVED. Get the solution. 2. The Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment to the Constitution allows government to take privately owned property if that property is being taken for a public purpose and if the private owner of the property is paid a fair price for the property taken. Questions have arisen under this provision about what a public purpose is and what a fair price is. One of the strangest questions that has arisen under this provision was about whether there was a taking at all. In Lucas v. South Carolina Coastal Council, Lucas owned a lot at the beach and intended to build a house on that lot. Before he could build that house, the South Carolina passed a law that prohibited building houses at the beach within a certain number of feet from the water. This “setback” from the water meant that there was no room left on Mr. Lucas’s lot for him to build a house, so he sued the state for rendering his lot useless for his purpose and, therefore, taking his property. The case was eventually presented to the U.S. Supreme Court, which decided that South Carolina had taken Mr. Lucas’s property and, therefore, had to pay him the value of the lot.
Do you think the outcome of the case was fair? Do you think this was the kind of situation that was contemplated when the Takings Clause of the Fifth Amendment was written?

3.  Serrano was accused of murdering someone in South Florida, but he claimed to have been in Atlanta, Georgia, at the time of the murder. There was a surveillance video from a hotel in Atlanta that showed Serrano at the hotel several hours before the murder occurred and several hours after the murder occurred, but prosecutors contended that after Serrano first appeared in the video, he drove to the airport in Atlanta, flew to south Florida, committed the murder, flew back to Atlanta, and drove back to the hotel where he appeared in the video the second time.
Serrano’s lawyer, Mason, gave a television interview about the case in which he ridiculed the prosecutors’ theory about how Serrano was able to commit the murder, and he said during an interview that it was simply impossible to do what prosecutors said Serrano did in the time that was available, and if anyone could prove that what prosecutors said Serrano did in the time that was available to be possible, he said he would pay them a million dollars.
Several months later, a man named Kolodziej proved that Serrano could have done what prosecutors said he did in the time available and demanded that Mason pay him a million dollars. Mason refused, and Kolodziej sued Mason for the million dollars.
The case turned on the question of whether Mason’s statement was an offer that Kolodziej could accept. What do you think? Did Mason make a valid offer that Kolodziej could accept? Why, or why not? If there was a valid offer and a valid acceptance of the offer, what kind of contract was created?

Only 200 words per DB, do not need a reference.  Please keep #

bL1

SOLVED. Get the solution. 1.   One source of law in the United States is case law, sometimes called common law, which is based on the decisions of courts. The decision of a court resolves the dispute in the particular case that is in the court, but how can decisions of courts create a source of laws that apply beyond the case in which the decision was rendered?
Your response must be at least 75 words in length.

2.  In arbitration, the parties to the dispute select an independent arbitrator who hears evidence from both parties and decides how the dispute should be resolved. In civil litigation, a judge or jury hears the evidence from both parties and decides how the dispute should be resolved. What are the differences between arbitration and civil litigation? Why is one approach better than the other approach to resolving disputes?
Your response must be at least 75 words in length.