Students With High Incidence Disorders. Speech and language disabilities Learning disabilities Emotional disturbance Mild cognitive disabilities. Characteristics of Students With High Incidence Disabilities. Make up 90% of all students with disabilities
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Socially may be withdrawn, rejected by their peers, difficulty using language in social situations
How are the major aspects of the classroom environment (i.e., Classroom organization, classroom grouping, instructional materials, instructional methods, and student evaluation) typically done in an elementary, middle, high school settings?
Activity 2: behavior (self-control)Applications in Teaching PracticeUse step one of the INCLUDE STRATEGYto accommodate students with high incidence disabilities in an elementary, middle, and high school setting. The table on page 225-226 and the section on step one of the INCLUDE Strategy in chapter 4 (page 120-155) will be helpful.