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  • The Importance Of Sara's Raw Score

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    the tests scores we can see that Sara scored on level as other average 1st graders, who took the test. We would need to look at each test individual to see how she did specifically, but overall it looks like she is on par with her peers. 2. Which scores are important? What do they mean? (Do not just copy and paste your entire section from part A.) This is where you will explain the important scores from the chart. The first test we will look at is the NRT for Reading, the first score you come to

  • Evaluation Of The Preschool Language

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    developed a set of “typical” or “average” scores based on a large sample of children, to help clinician’s determine whether a child, like Z, performs at the same level as other children her age that were included in the sample. a. The PLS-5 looks at a few things that help us to determine Z’s speech and language abilities. One area that the test pinpoints is called auditory comprehension– this refers to things such as Z’s attention to her environment

  • Betrayal in "Maus" Essay

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    During World War II and the Holocaust, there was not only mistrust for the government but there was also plenty of mistrust for prior friends and neighbors. In the graphic novel, “Maus (Volume I and II) Vladek Spiegelman makes it very clear to his son, Artie, that one cannot count on their friends. He makes the point that in time of hardship, friends will abandon you quite quickly. Vladek says, “Friends? Your friends…if you lock them together in a room with no food for a week…then you could see what

  • Analysis Of Maus By Art Spiegelman

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    Have you ever thought of having a drastic change in your normal lifestyle, well the graphic novel “Maus” written by Art Spiegelman, is a true story that follows the life of a survivor of the Holocaust. The novel narrates the story of Vladek Spiegelman and his family learning to cope with the transition of living under the Nazi influence. The Spiegelman and the Zylberbergs now have to adapt to a life without luxury. Although the Holocaust killed a large number of Jews, Vladek was one of the few who

  • Holocaust Essay : The Effects Of The Holocaust On Maus

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    The Effects of the Holocaust on Vladek Traumatic life experiences can have a variety of effects on a person, like constant flashbacks, PTSD, or depression. But very difficult life or death experiences can also seriously change a person’s personality. In Maus, Art Spiegelman explores how living through the Holocaust affects his father’s personality and personal relationships. By showing us Vladek’s story in both the past and the present, we get to see his experiences in the Holocaust changed who he

  • Art and Empathy

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    Kenny Smith April 20th, 2003 The role of men in society has been a vital. Men were subjected to the same inhumane and horrifying events that happened during the Holocaust. When one thinks of a man, you think of father, solider and other manly things. A great deal of pride comes along with being and man. Along with pride, testosterone, intensity, and all sorts of other factors key into the characteristics of men. However, the Holocaust completely stripped men of most of these characteristics.

  • Assessment Of Spoken And Language

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    The CASL or Comprehensive Assessment of spoken and language was administered by two student clinicians. The Test consists of 15 sub tests in the domains of comprehension, expression, and retrieval in the 4 categories of semantics, syntax, supra-linguistics, and pragmatics.. These sub tests are then divided into core or supplementary categories. Core tests are meant to determine basic language components where as supplementary test are meant to convey further information for a diagnosis. Depending

  • The Developmental Assessment Of Young Children Second Edition ( Dayc 2 ) Essay

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    or caregivers in their environment. - Physical Development Domain measures motor development, which is divided into two subdomains: Gross Motor and Fine Motor. - Adaptive Behavior Domain measures the ability to achieve daily tasks. If the child scores below average in one or more domains or 2 or more standard deviations below the mean they are eligible for services. Procedure: Administration: In order to achieve accurate results, the examiner must determine the correct age. This isn’t just

  • Resilience Scales For Children And Adolescents

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    Resiliency Scales for Children and Adolescents Review The Resiliency Scales for Children and Adolescents (RSCA) is a profile of personal strengths that assess personal characteristics that are associated with resiliency (Prince-Embury, 2011). These scales help identify how well a child and youth are able to recover from significant distress, adversity, or life traumas. The RSCA was developed by Sandra Prince –Embury and published by SAGE influenced largely by the Development Theory, Social Learning

  • Study on Administration Errors for Woodcock-Johnson III Tests of Cognitive Abilities

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    required to administer the WJ III COG 4 times, first to a classmate, and then 3 more times to volunteers. The first administration for each student was not considered for the study, which produced 108 testing administrations. These administrations and scores were then examined by advanced level graduate students taught by the same professor. The instrument used for scoring the administrations was a checklist first created by Schermerhorn and Alfonso, and was designed to record the frequency and types