I will pay for the following essay Accommodations and modifications for the learning disabled student. The essay is to be 3 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
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A disabled student is also just as much of a pulsating and precious human being as any other normal student.What goes on in a disabled student’s mind A continuous sense of permanent deprivation reels in such a student almost all the while. Disabled students suffer perennially. They ask “Why” every second of their life. When they are alone and when they are in public and interactive situations – they are comparing in the depths of their nerves. They are tense from within most of the time. They are like this even when they are smiling and laughing and apparently relaxing. This aspect further adds to their disability and difficulties. They just cannot come out of their mental frame of what others are able to do and what they are not able to do.This is a psychological phenomenon. A teacher and an instructor or facilitator has to enter the disabled mind. The life and difficulty of a disabled student has to be felt alive from within and without. A teacher has at least to imagine this reality of the special pupil especially in class eight. The disabled student in this eighth standard is entering into an adolescent age. This stage throws out so many other psychological challenges of adolescence as well. Until this mundane psychology of the disabled is understood, their expectations and apprehensions cannot be met fruitfully only through varied adaptations, accommodations and modifications (. Latham H, Patricia, 2002).The list of disabilities is an endless inventory of deprivations. …

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