Introduction to Special Education
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... to Special Education: Case Study Introduction In this case study, few important points about Juan are worth noting before proceeding further into the issue of his special education. He is in the primary school; he is bilingual; Spanish dominant for receptive language, but English dominant for expressive language. His IQ is good, and he is better than average in Mathematics. He has a family calamity and has been segregated from the rest of the boys since childhood, and mother has depression. He lost his father in an accident. Juan is experiencing multiple disabilities. These include reading disability, problems with expressive language, receptive language, poor hand-eye coordination, visual...