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Answers:try this site it has a sample of a basic police report. not a murder but it gives a basic writing style. www.geocities.com/frankie_meehan/PoliceReport.htm You might also want to ask your local police dept. explain what your doing and they may give you some old reports to look at to get an idea
Answers:In one sentence you say she must develop a better attitude and in the next sentence you say she has a good attitude. I would do it this way: Anna is a delightful member of the form. She does need to learn to occupy her time constructively as she wastes some time in class. (Explain how she isn't using her time constructively.) Anna has a good attitude towards school and has taken part in school events (such as ....). She is gaining independence (what does that mean?? Explain.) However, she is very easily distracted in class (how could this be remedied??) Anna participates energetically in class activities and is a positive influence in the class. (How??) Anna does her best work when the class is very structured and when she is closely monitored by the teacher. (You might link this sentence with the one about using her time constructively.) Anna will experience increased success as she develops a sense of personal responsibility toward her learning. It might be a good idea if she worked a little on her physics and mathematics over the Christmas break so that she can maintain good grades in these subjects. (However, why would you suggest that she work on these over the break if she already has good grades in these areas??? Do you really mean to say that her grades in these areas could be improved??) You haven't mentioned whether you think she is working hard. How about homework assignments? How are they completed? Good luck with it.
Answers:I would say that you need to observe a classroom to do this. An example: Preparation: you would have to ask the teacher how long did it take her to prep her materials, what goes into prep of the materials, does she receive help with prep of materials. Classroom Management: Does she have a class behavior plan, individual behavior plan, classroom schedules, therapy schedules, related arts schedules, how does she help the students transition between activities. Post-supervision Evaluation: what tools does she use to evaluate the day. Does her supervisor have a form she fills out or does she get one presented to her on a regular basis. Each placement is different and every classroom is different. Especially in special education, there are specifics that happen in classrooms because of the students. Good Luck!
Answers:maybe try asking this in homework help also. I haven't done a book report in the better part of 10 years so I won't be much help.