The five placement settings diagram illustrates that the first setting is 'Special Education Placement,' where special education placement supports students with mild to moderate disabilities through intensive assistance. The second setting is 'Self-Contained Educational Placement,' where self-contained educational placement is effective because it offers routine, higher expectations, and structure. The third placement setting is 'Out-of-District Placement,' which is specialized in addressing both the special learning and behavioral needs of a student with a disability. The fourth placement setting is 'Inclusive Class Placement,' which assists students with mild to moderate disabilities through curriculum adjustment. Lastly, the fifth placement setting is 'Instruction in Hospitals and Institutions Placement,' which allows students with mild to moderate disabilities to receive instruction while in a hospital.