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Longitudinal Curriculum Development Program Plan

Longitudinal Curriculum Development Program Plan

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Published by: Danielle Chemello on Apr 30, 2012
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Longitudinal Curriculum Development Program PlanDanielle ChemelloSPED 448: Spring 2012
1. Student Description
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TJ is a nineteen year old girl who comes from a family consisting of her adoptive mother,step dad, and her sixteen year old brother. She loves to eat out at new restaurants and try newfoods. She especially enjoys independently ordering and eating seafood, Buffalo Wild Wings’ hotdogs, and egg salad sandwiches. She also likes going to coffee shops, the mall, and the library.Her favorite coffee shop is Cafe Kopi, and she loves to shop at American Eagle and Forever 21.Her mom takes pride in the fact that TJ is so fashionable. Even her peers compliment her greatfashion sense.She is funny, witty, and enjoys the company of her family and friends. She is currently em- ployed at County Market, which she especially enjoys because it is on the University of Illinoiscampus. Through Best Buddies, TJ has become fast friends with a college student who has beenable to hang out with TJ at the University of Illinois dorms. This has quickly become one of TJ’sfavorite places to visit. TJ also loves animals and watching
TJ is currently enrolled in Central High School’s functional life skills class. There, she istaught money skills, patience, and improving learning through using rote memorization by a Uni-versity of Illinois student teacher. Her teacher says that she is a good reader and is good at math.Also, TJ has good range of motion and fine motor skills. TJ was adopted from Russia, but has spo-ken English throughout her entire life. She is diagnosed with fetal alcohol syndrome and micro-cephaly which causes her to have processing issues. She is often frustrated if she sees no end tothe task she is currently working. For example when shoveling snow, TJ’s mom will make sure togive TJ a section to shovel so that she can easily see how much snow is left to shovel. This allowsher to feel better about working towards a goal that is reasonably able to be accomplished.TJ has mentioned to her mother numerous times that she wants to move to Colorado or toSt. Louis because some of her family members live there and because she thinks they have better 
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malls in those locations. TJ is able to envision her future and knows exactly what she wants for herself. Overall, she is a happy nineteen year old who loves to be independent and socialize withinthe community, her family, and her circle of friends.
2. Description of Student’s Current Residence
TJ currently resides with her brother, mother, and stepfather in a home in Champaign. Thehome is located on the bus line and has two stories, a two car garage, and a basement level. Theyhave a spacious front and backyard, even with a pool in the backyard. The house has four bed-rooms upstairs and three and a half bathrooms. There is a family room, living room, dining room,and a pool room that is enclosed by many windows. The pool room leads directly out to the back-yard pool. TJ’s mother reports that the family will often hang out in this pool room.TJ’s bedroom looks like any teenager’s bedroom with a twin sized bed, a full mirroredcloset, a bookshelf, a desk, and posters on the wall. She also loves to read magazines so stacks of them are located in various places in her room. Next to her room is a bathroom that she shareswith her sixteen year old brother. This bathroom has a bathtub shower with shower curtains.There are also two sinks on the countertop with a mirror starting at the countertop and reaching theceiling.TJ likes to make food in the family kitchen located on the first floor. This kitchen has adouble oven, a stove top, and a microwave oven. There is also a coffee maker and a toaster on thegranite counter tops as well as other cooking utensils. The dining room is located next to thekitchen. In this room, there is a table surrounded by six chairs. The family eats their meals togeth-er here. They also have a formal dining room where the family will entertain guests. This has a ta- ble as well as ten chairs, a china cabinet, and a chandelier.

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