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Some children may exhibit only this single deficit. These children struggle greatly to perform written work in the classroom, particularly in the primary grades, and are often labeled as ‘lazy,’ when in fact their neurologic processing proceeds at a different rate than that of other children in the classroom. The Similarities subtest scores can be quite important, since they relate specifically to abstract reasoning and what we commonly consider overall intelligence. All of the areas assessed on the WISC-IV, however, are relevant for understanding the child’s functioning in the classroom.
These cards can be used at any time during treatment, but they are especially useful for diagnosis and for establishing rapport. They have the goal of inspiring children to express their feelings, attitudes, and experiences in thematic form. The cards are particularly useful in helping children set goals to cope with physically or sexually abusive situations. The Adoption Story Cards developed by R. Gardner can be used diagnostically as well as therapeutically to evoke issues relating to adoption .
Infant watches movement leaving its marks on a surface. Kinesthetic drawing. Circles appear and gradually predominate. Circles then become discrete. In a casually drawn circle, the child envisages an object. A first graphic symbol has been made, usually between three and four years. Intellectual realism Draws an internal model, not what is actually seen. Draws what is known to be there. Shows people through walls and through hulls of ships. Transparencies. Expressionistic. Subjective. Visual realism Subjectivity diminishes.