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I have chosen Edgar Adorno for my case study Edgar is a five year old boy born in Mexico Edgar has been in the United States since he was two years old He attends a bilingual kindergarten class The class is composed of 80 -20 models for instruction Majority of the instruction is in Spanish and only Science and Math are in English Edgar attended a head start program before enrolling in Kindergarten I have chosen Edgar since he is in the lowest reading level in his class He also is a candidate for special needs program I used a kindergarten skill checklist to evaluate Edgar While evaluating Edgar I noticed that he was not able to provide most of the information in English We went over capital letters and he missed four While doing the lower case recognition portion he missed six letters I noticed that the letters were not the same from capital to lower case In the letter sound recognition he missed nine letters The letters he did recognized he used the letter sound rhymes taught by the classroom teacher for example Bouncing Ball BBB Fanny the Fan FFF I thought that was very cleaver of him to do soThe next portion of the assessment I decided to read certain colors and numbers to see if he was able to identify the written name He did well in the color portion however when I asked him to point to the word nine he pointed to the word one In the phonemic awareness he was able to identify the correct word without any hesitationI asked Edgar to read the numbers to me 1-10 but they were not in order he started to count This showed me that he was able to recognize the numbers out of the correct sequence the next area I asked him to show me where the number twelve was in Spanish and he did that without any problems
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