i want to do my paper over autism. Content Objective NASPE/CF Unacceptable (1) Acceptable (2) Target (3) Introduction The physical education teacher candidate provides an overview...

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i want to do my paper over autism. Content Objective NASPE/CF Unacceptable (1) Acceptable (2) Target (3) Introduction The physical education teacher candidate provides an overview of a specific disability. CF1 • Fails to provide an overview about the disability • Presents the information in a sloppy and incomplete way. • Provides an acceptable overview about the disability • Presents most information in a clear and organized way. • Provides a detailed overview about the disability. • Presents all information in a clear and organized way. Definition of the disability The physical education teacher candidate defines the disability. CF1 • Provides an incomplete definition of the disability. • References are not used to define the disability. o Each definition is less than 2 sentences. • Presents the information in a sloppy and incomplete way. • Fails to cite the references using APA style. • Provides a general definition of the disability. • Uses one reference to define the disability. o Definition is at least 2-3 sentences. • Cites the references using APA style. o APA style is generally followed. • Provides a thorough and detailed definition of the disability. • Uses two references to define the disability. o Each definition is at least 2-3 sentences. • Cites the references using APA style. o APA style is impeccable. Characteristics The physical education teacher candidate identifies and describes the characteristics and types of the disability. CF1 The physical education teacher candidate • Describes the characteristics in a sloppy and incomplete way. If applicable: • Fails to identify and describes neither the characteristics nor different types of the disability. The physical education teacher candidate: • Provides at least 2 characteristics of the disability • Describes the characteristics with some detail If applicable: • Provides at least 2 characteristics and/or the different types of the disability. • Describes the characteristics and/or types of the disability with some detail. • Presents most information in a clear and organized way. The physical education teacher candidate: • Provides 3 or more characteristics of the disability • Describes the characteristics with extensive detail If applicable: • Provides all the different types of the disability. • Describes the types of the disability with extensive detail. • Present all information in a clear and organized way. Special considerations The physical education teacher candidate identifies and describes special considerations with regard to the disability. 3.5 CF1 CF5 • Provides an incomplete description of the special considerations with regard to the disability. • Provides a general description of the special considerations with regard to the disability in order for the individual to participate successfully and safely in a physical education or physical activity setting. • Provides a thorough and relevant description of the special considerations with regard to the disability in order for the individual to participate successfully and safely in a physical education or physical activity setting. Learning activities The physical education teacher candidate identifies and describes motor skill development activities for an individual with the selected disability. 3.3 CF1 CF5 • Provides less than 2 learning activities activities. • Provides an incomplete description of each learning activity. • Fails to indicate the appropriateness of activity. • Learning activities are developmentally inappropriate. • Provides at least 2 learning activities. • Provides a general description of each learning activity and/or indicates the appropriateness of each activity. • Learning activities are developmentally appropriate and/or success oriented. • Provides 3 learning activities. • Provides thorough and relevant description of each learning activity and indicates the appropriateness of each activity. • Learning activities are developmentally appropriate and success oriented. Web Sites Resources The physical education teacher candidate identifies and describes web sites that provide useful and accurate information about the selected disability. 3.7 CF2 • Provides less than 2 web sites. • Provides an incomplete description of each web site. • Provides at least 2 web sites. • Provides a general description of each web site. • Provides 3 web sites. • Provides thorough and relevant description of each web site. Individual Education Program (Physical Education Content) The physical education teacher candidate selects and justifies appropriate assessments for the individual with disability. 5.1 CF4 • Proposes less than 2 assessment tools and fails to justify why she/he would use them. • Assessments are not appropriate for the disability. • Proposes at least 2 assessment tools and/or justifies why she/he would use them. • Assessments are formal and/or appropriate for the disability. • Proposes 3 assessment tools and justifies why she/he would use them. • Assessments are formal and appropriate for the disability. The physical education teacher candidate writes and implements annual goals for an individual with disability. 3.1 CF1 • Develops 1 annual goal. • An action, condition and criterion are not evident. • Not aligned with assessment tools. • Goals are developmentally inappropriate. • Develops at least 2 annual goals. • An action, and/or condition and/or criterion are evident. • Partially aligned with assessments tools. • Goals are attainable, and/or measurable, and/or realistic. • Goals are developmentally appropriate. • Develops 3 annual goals. • An action, condition and criterion are evident. • Clearly aligned with assessments tools. • Goals are attainable, measurable and realistic. • Goals are developmentally appropriate. The physical education teacher candidate indicates appropriate direct educational services for the individual with disability. 3.5 CF1 CF5 • Proposes less than 2 direct educational services and fails to justify why she/he would use them. • Proposes 2 direct educational services and/or justifies why she/he would use them. • Proposes 3 direct educational services and justifies why she/he would use them. The physical education teacher candidate indicates appropriate related services for the individual with disability. 3.5 CF1 CF5 • Proposes less than 2 related services and fails to justify why she/he would use them. • Fails to indicate frequency and duration of services. • Proposes at least 2 related services and/or justifies why she/he would use them. • Frequency and/or duration of services are indicated. • Proposes 3 related services and justifies why she/he would use them. • Frequency and duration of services are indicated. The physical education teacher candidate identifies and describes specific modifications/adaptations when working with the individual with disability. 3.5 CF1 CF5 • Provides less than 2 modifications/adaptations. • Provides an incomplete description of each modification/adaptation. • Fails to indicate the appropriateness of each modification/adaptation. • Provides 2 modifications/adaptations. • Provides a general description of each modification/adaptation and/or indicates the appropriateness of each modification/adaptation. • Provides 3 modifications/adaptations. • Provides a thorough and relevant description of each modification/adaptation and indicates the appropriateness of each modification/adaptation. The physical education teacher candidate identifies and describes teaching or instructional strategies that are appropriate when working with the individual with disability. 4.6 CF1 CF5 • Provides less than 2 instructional strategies. • Provides an incomplete description of each instructional strategy. • Fails to indicate the appropriateness of the instructional strategy. • Provides at least 2 instructional strategies. • Provides a general description of each instructional strategy and/or indicates the appropriateness of each instructional strategy. • Provides 3 instructional strategies. • Provides a thorough and relevant description of each instructional strategy and indicates the appropriateness of each instructional strategy. The physical education teacher candidate indicates adaptations for managing behavior. If adaptations for managing behavior are not needed, this is indicated. 4.5 CF1 CF5 • Indicates less than 1 adaptation for managing behavior. • Fails to indicate the appropriateness of the adaptations for managing behavior. • Indicates at least 1 adaptation for managing behavior. • Provides a general description of each adaptation for managing behavior and/or indicates the appropriateness of each. • Indicates 2 adaptations for managing behavior. • Provides a thorough and relevant description of each adaptation for managing behavior and indicates the appropriateness of each. • If adaptations for managing behavior are not needed, this is indicated. Reflection The physical education teacher candidate uses the reflective cycle to modify instruction and change teacher performance. 5.3 CF1 CF5 • TC insufficiently describes what worked well in improving student learning. • TC insufficiently describes what did not worked well in improving student learning. • TC identifies no plans to modify instruction and refine teacher performance based on reflection. • Reflection represents a lack of general understanding of the competencies an effective PE teacher. • TC describes what worked well in improving student learning. • TC describes what did not worked well in improving student learning. • TC describes plans to modify instruction and/or refine teacher performance based on reflection. • Reflection represents a general understanding of the competencies of an effective PE teacher. • TC describes in detail what worked well in improving student learning. • TC describes in detail what did not worked well in improving student learning. • TC describes in detail plans to modify instruction and refine teacher performance based on reflection. • Reflection represents an accurate and insightful understanding of the competencies of an effective PE teacher. Format of Notebook/Presentation The physical education teacher candidate follows the paper format as indicated in the assignment description. CF3 The physical education teacher candidate: • Provides a cover page that contains less than 4 items of information listed under “Target”. • Work meets less than four of the seven presentation criteria for “Target” and has more than ten grammatical or spelling errors. • APA style is not evident. • Provides the final notebook to the instructor stapled or clipped. The physical education teacher candidate: • Provides a cover page that contains 5 or more items of information listed under “Target”. • Work meets five of the seven presentation criteria for “Target” or has 5 to 10 grammatical or spelling errors. • Margins are set at 1 inch. Paper is written in paragraph form. • APA style is generally followed. • Provides the final notebook to the instructor in a 1 inch three ring binder. The physical education teacher candidate: • Provides a cover page that contains the Name of University, Name of College, Name of Department, Title of the assignment, class name, instructor name, student name and submission date. • Presentation: Presentation professional, higher level writing skills are evident, all work is typed in a professional 12pt. Times New Roman or Courier New font, double spaced, clean, neat, easy to follow with less than 5 grammatical or spelling errors. • Margins are set at 1 inch. Paper is written in paragraph form. • APA style is impeccable. • Provides the final notebook to the instructor in a 1 inch three ring binder.
    • Posted: 7 years ago
    • Budget: $999999.99