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Luke's IEP Goals

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Kelly Gater

on 22 March 2014

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Transcript of Luke's IEP Goals

Receptive Goals:
increase ability to recall at least 50% of ideas in a story
Teaching Strategies:
• Graphic organizers (provided in advance of activity
• Memory /matching games
• Questioning beach ball (ie. Who are the main characters?)

Assessment Strategies
• QRI oral retell
• Checklist re: main ideas
• Language sampling (beginning, middle, end of year)

Reading Goals:
Luke's IEP Goals
IEP Goals
increase ability to answer implicit questions correctly 75% of the time
Teaching Strategies:

• Explicit instruction on how to highlight important information
• Cloze activities to develop prediction and inferring skills
• Teach self-questioning (5 W's)

Assessment Strategies:
• CELF answers to explicit questions
• Observation, checklist of correctly answered implicit questions

Expressive Goals:
increase use of sophisticated vocabulary to one or two words in a connected discourse
develop more complex sentences to one or two in a connected discourse
Teaching Strategies:
• Explicit instruction to teach word order in simple and complex sentences
• Modeled oral language examples
• Video or audio recordings
• Cloze, scrambled sentences, reading rods - sentence building
• Barrier games to increase details given ie. Guess Who
• Anchor charts using conjunctions and prepositions to link ideas
• Grammar form of the week

Assessment Strategies
• Language sampling at beginning, middle and end of year
• Plays, raps, oral presentations
• Anecdotal notes/observations

Assessment Strategies
• Language samples
• Anecdotal notes/observations
• Checklists re: use of thematic words

Teaching Strategies
• Explicit pre-teaching of vocabulary words and concepts
• Thematic word wall
• Tumblebooks, Razkids
• Repeated exposure
• Reading rods - sentence builder
• Webs
• Madlibs ipad app
• Fun with Words/Scrabble/Bananagrams games
• Cloze activities
• Commercially produced workbooks to provide exposure to vocabulary

Increase ability to identify multi-syllabic words
Assessment Strategies
• Word lists
• Miscue analysis
• Running records
• Anecdotal notes/observations

Teaching Strategies
• Pre-teach thematic vocabulary
• Modeled and shared reading activities
• Reading rods - word builder
• Tumblebooks, Razkids

increase ability to infer by making connections; text to self, text to text,and text to world

Assessment Strategies
• QRI, implicit question score
• Oral discussion

Teaching Strategies
• Kurzweil
• Audiobooks, Tumblebooks, Razkids (with comprehension questions)
• Teach students to use self-questioning (5 W's) (with a deeper understanding, they will have more ability to infer)
• Modeled and shared inferring activities
• Cloze to aid development of prediction and inferring skills
• Readers theatre
• Graphic organizers "This reminds me of..."
• Posters with examples in class

Writing Goals:
increase variety of coordinating conjunctions by 50%
consistently write in same tense
- able to use commas and periods correctly 8/10 times
- able to use quotation marks correctly 50% of the time (up from zero)

Assessment Strategies
• Writing samples (ie. Final product from writing process)
• Comparison with writing exemplars
• Checklists re: correct use of punctuation

Teaching Strategies
• Explicit teaching of punctuation (ie.Write Traits activities)
• Writing process (brainstorm, rough draft, edit, publish)
• Modeled and shared writing activities
• Anchor charts/posters
• Smartexchange activities (ie. Cloze, quizzes)

Assessment Strategies
• Writing samples (ie. Final product from writing process)
• Checklists re: correct use of tense
• Anecdotal notes/ observations

Teaching Strategies
• Modeled and shared writing
• Read and record own writing for self-editing
• Reading rods
• Smartexchange activities
• Fun with Words, Scrabble, Bananagrams games
• Cloze activities re: verb tense
• Madlib ipad app

Teaching Strategies
• Explicit teaching of conjunctions
• Modeled and shared writing activities
• Smartexchange activities
• Cloze activities
• Anchor charts/posters
• Conjunction word wall
• Journal writing that includes some coordinating conjunctions

Assessment Strategies
• Writing samples (ie. Final product from writing process, QRI written retell)
• Checklists re: use of variety of conjunctions
• Anecdotal notes/ observations
• Comparison with writing exemplars

By Tiffany DeSousa and Kelly Gater
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