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Alex Smith is an eight-year-old boy in the 3rd grade. He is a loving child and will go out of his way to help anyone. He loves school and his parent report during the school year he is up and ready to go. Alex makes friends easily but can be too aggressive, which some students do not like. In the classroom Alex have trouble staying in his seat, careless with his work. Alex is very talkative, which causes Alex to misbehave. His work is disorganized and he is easily distracted. Alex has trouble focusing and has poor listening skills. The teacher has to repeat the instruction to Alex three or four times before he understands. Even after he understands the instruction, he is unable to complete the seatwork. When given homework he forgets to turn it in on time. Alex will blurt out answers and when another student is talking he will interrupt the student. During game time Alex will have trouble waiting his turn. He is easy frustrated because Alex has trouble with his listening skills and following direction his academic in math and reading are very low. Alex’s parents work with Alex on his behavior, but in discussion with his parents their report shows Alex is easily distracted and shows no motivation in doing his homework. They are persistent and want to help in any way they can. During the discussion Alex’s parents aware Alex is hyper and impulsive. His parents have been aware of his learning disabilities before he started kindergarten. Alex has interest in science and is very excited when we have experiment in the classroom. He is interested in knowing how the world works. Alex works well in groups when he does not have to sit still. Reading is Alex’s poor subject. He has trouble with the vocabulary and meaning of words. The teacher teams Alex up with peer students, which helps him with his reading skills. The teacher meets with Alex twice a week to help improve his reading skills. Alex could have Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and a learning...
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