Case study 3 (DfES, 2001) Ahmed is a quiet boy and does not make friends easily. He is a poor attend

Case study 3 (DfES, 2001) Ahmed is a quiet boy and does not make friends easily. He is a poor attendee at school, and often appears to be very anxious about starting new projects or learning new subjects. He has a slight stutter. He is an academically able child, yet the quality of his schoolwork has recently begun to deteriorate slightly. His class teacher, being concerned about his attendance and his academic progress, invited Ahmeds parents into school to discuss her concerns with them. They reported that Ahmed often experiences stomach problems in the morning and that he has told them that children in the class are teasing him. Use the structure below to develop your analytic commentary for each one of your case studies: Brief introduction (between 50 – 100 words): Summarise the case study for the reader. Read the childs social, emotional and behavioural profile and comment on what are some areas of social and emotional learning that the child is experiencing difficulties with? What additional contextual challenges is the child experiencing? (300-350 words): o Drawing on common frameworks of social and emotional learning, like the CASEL framework, identify some of the social and emotional areas that the child is experiencing difficulties with. Once you identify the areas, provide some information about each one of them. Comment on what factors have potentially contributed to the childs social and emotional learning difficulties (350-400) words): o First, identify one or two factors, for instance family, parenting, teacher-child relationship. Once you identify the factors, use the literature to explain why and how these factors could have influenced the childs social and emotional learning. Comment on what type of intervention approach or strategy would benefit the child and why (350- 400 words): o To answer this question, you can consider the following questions: What are some ways to support the social, emotional and academic learning of the child, for instance, social-emotional learning interventions? What type of intervention could benefit the child and why, for instance, targeted, universal, parenting support? -use casel framework to find child social-emotional issues -be suggestive whilst writing about something about child’s issues as we don t know the whole story of child. -use my resources especially essential one. -each paragraph should have only one point otherwise there will be an issue about the structure of the analytical commentary – please use Harvard referencing style -try to use recent resources thanks

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