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    Teaching Students With Intellectual Disabilities

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    Discuss the best way to offer functional, academic, and emotional/social skills training to students with ID. How does one decide the most important aspects of the curriculum to teach students with ID?

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    The best way to offer functional, academic, and emotional/social skills training to students with ID is the following:
    1. Determine or ascertain the student's present levels of functioning in the cognitive, affective, and psychomotor domains. This information may be obtained from the student's IEP (Individualize Educational Plan). ...

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    This solution focuses on how to facilitate a student with Intellectual Disabilities. Considerations are given to the student's academic level of functioning in regards to the selection of an instructional methodology.

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