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Common Core Standards:
Kindergarten through 2nd Grade
“How can I use the Common Core
when writing IEP goals for students
performing below grade level?”
As we primarily use The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills-Revised (ABLLS-R) to develop our student programs...
The ABLLS-R Guide
one section at a time, while simultaneously referring to the Common Core website
Develop six separate spreadsheets, organizing by specific grade standards and between Mathematics and English Language Arts.
Examine some problems that arose while working on the project.
1. ABLLS-R criteria that does not fit
into any standards at our grade levels
2. Common Core standards that are
not met by any of the ABLLS-R criteria
3. Developer bias – one could argue
that ABLLS-R criteria could fit into several different standards and vice versa.
Resource that teachers can
refer to when developing goals
based on the ABLLS-R and
student grade level
Common Core State Standards Initiative. (2014).
English language arts standards. Retrieved from http://www.corestandards.org/ELA-Literacy/
Common Core State Standards Initiative. (2014). Mathematics standards. Retrieved from http://www.corestandards.org/Math/
Partington, James W., (2008). The assessment of basic language and learning skills-revised (The ABLLS-R) (Version 3.1). Pleasant Hill, CA: Behavior Analysts, Inc.
During the development of the project, Pennsylvania adopted the PA Core Standards, tailored to meet state-specific needs. Additional work would be required to align the ABLLS-R Assessment with the PA Core Standards.