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Screeners and Diagnostic TestsAccording to Wortham (2012), “Screening tests are administered to detectindicators that a child might have a developmental problem that needsto be further investigated” (p. 56). As a teacher you can then use theseresults to effectively plan how to best meet the needs of yourstudents. For this assignment, start by analyzing two different childrenfrom the “Developmental Checklists Birth to Five”document. These checklists are already completed and containinformation about the development of children ranging in ages from birthto five. You will need to use the developmental checklist of twodifferent children’s age groups to complete your analysis. Based on youranalysis, create an activity to address one skill on the checklist foreach child. Your assignment should include:An analysis of twodifferent children from the checklists. Make sure to state whichchecklist you are using in your analysis and the age of each child. Youranalysis needs to include information that you have learned from thechecklist about each child’s strengths and developmental concerns youwould have about the child. Be specific and describe at least threedifferent developmental areas that are covered on the checklist. For one item on each checklist, create an activity that willallow you to address each child’s need on that particular skill. (e.g.,If you use the checklist for 12- to 24-month-olds and it states thatthey cannot sort shapes or colors, your activity would contain elementssuch as naming colors and shapes, identifying colors and shapes, andfinding examples.) For each activity, include a rationale that explains the purpose of the activity.You will need to submit this assignment to your instructor as a Worddocument. Your assignment should be four to five pages in length, notincluding the title page and a reference page. Lastly, include at leastone scholarly source in addition to your textbook and utilize proper6th-edition APA citation guidelines as outlined in the Ashford WritingCenter.

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