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Age 6-7
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Japanese
IV
Tomoko is uncomfortable in active learning situations that require her to respond immediately. She struggles to find a correct answer as quickly as other students, and does not perceive a connection between speed of response and quality of response.

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Vietnam
IV
"Michael is first grade student who has recently been diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity. Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. This “label” has been given to him by his teacher who observed him acting out in various ways including playing with objects during instruction, not remaining seated, and not participating in classroom activities and discussions."Grade 1
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Spanish-Mexico
III
"Sonya Flores' father is a migrant worker ....Her grades and behavior are known to decline while her father is absent from the home....her behavior goes from being attentive and quiet to unruly and out of control during his absence"Grade 2

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Spanish - Mexico
III
"Juan came to the United States with his family when he was 4 years old. He attended a Head Start program and is currently in kindergarten. He is very social with friends, but gets very quiet when he does not understand something."

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Spanish - Puerto Rico
II
"Rosa is constantly inattentive, distractible, and fails to complete math assignments. Sometimes Rosa seems like she is daydreaming and looks as if she is sad about something. Sometimes she cries, walks around the room, and makes frequent trips to the bathroom."
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