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Reasons Children Fail to Plan

1. Select and describe one of the five reasons that children may fail to plan
2. Construct a classroom-based scenario that illustrates the chosen reason.
3. What is the implication of the reason when considering the differing needs of students while planning for classroom instruction?
4. What is one strategy that teachers can use to mediate the effects of these failures and support the problem-solving skills of their young students?

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1. Select and describe one of the five reasons that children may fail to plan
2. Construct a classroom-based scenario that illustrates the chosen reason.
3. What is the implication of the reason when considering the differing needs of students while planning for classroom instruction?
4. What is one strategy that teachers can use to mediate the effects of these failures and support the problem-solving skills of their young students

According to the University of Missouri (2011) there are many reasons why students fail to plan for academic success. Some of the common reasons are:
•The assignment is too difficult.
•The student has not spent enough time studying the subject.
•The student has knowledge of the ...

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This solution consists of reasons why children fail to plan for success and what instructors can do to meet their students needs when planning instruction. Over 400 words including references.

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