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IEP Goals & Activities for Students with Developmental Challenges
Caroline Lee, L.C.S.T.




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isbn# 978-1-60613-198-5  
2014
Paperback
8 ½" x 11"
366 Pages

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Foreword

Preface

Acknowledgments

PART 1: BEFORE YOU BEGIN THERAPY

Who Is This Book For?

How to Use This Manual

Using Games in Language Therapy

PART 2: IEP GOALS, ACTIVITIES, AND CARRYOVER

1. FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS
The student will follow and give one- and two-step directions:
Goal 1: involving body parts with and without props.
Goal 2: involving selected prepositions.
Goal 3: involving colors and prepositions.

2. NEGATIVE NO/NOT
The student will understand and use “no” and/or “not” applied to:
Goal 1: names of objects, people and animals.
Goal 2: concrete/visual parts.
Goal 3: attributes, actions, and places.

3. SAME AND DIFFERENT
The student will understand and use “same” and “different” applied to:
Goal 1: identical and non-identical objects.
Goal 2: objects of the same name that are identical or non-identical by color.
Goal 3: the presence or absence of objects in a physical group.
Goal 4: objects that have the same name but vary by features other than color.
Goal 5: objects that do not have the same name but have some shared features.
Goal 6: pictures that vary by one feature.
Goal 7: picture scenes that vary by several features.

4. YES/NO
The student will respond “yes” or “no” when presented with a statement or question related to:
Goal 1: name of a single object, person, or animal.
Goal 2: action carried out by a person or an animal.
Goal 3: color of an object or animal.
Goal 4: position of an object, person or animal.
Goal 5: general knowledge.
Goal 6: personal information.

5. NOUNS
The student will:
Goal 1: build a basic vocabulary of nouns.
Goal 2: describe object function.
Goal 3: develop understanding of association:

  • Object to object
  • Object to location
  • Object to occupation
  • Object to activity
  • Part to whole

  • Goal 4: develop understanding of classification and categorization.
    Goal 5: define nouns using a Word Web.

    6. CLASSIFICATION AND CATEGORIZATION
    The student will:
    Goal 1: understand group classification through sorting shapes—circle, square, and triangle.
    Goal 2: understand exclusion from a group through sorting shapes—circle, square, and triangle.
    Goal 3: understand and use a category name (collective noun).
    Goal 4: identify the item that does not belong in a named category (exclusion).
    Goal 5: generate an item or a list of items that belong in the same category.
    Goal 6: identify and generate a list of items that belong in a subcategory.

    7. VERBS
    The student will:
    Goal 1: imitate and name modeled actions.
    Goal 2: understand and name the action shown in a picture.
    Goal 3: sort and match pictures of different people and animals carrying out the same action and name the action.
    Goal 4: describe and perform the action shown in a picture.
    Goal 5: name an action that a person, animal, or object can carry out. Also, given the name of an action, state who or what can carry out that action.
    Goal 6: identify the reason why we carry out specific actions.
    Goal 7: define verbs using a Verb Word Web.

    8. DESCRIPTORS
    The student will understand and use:
    Goal 1: names of primary colors.
    Goal 2: size big/little.
    Goal 3: color and size together.
    Goal 4: a variety of descriptors.
    Goal 5: names of feelings and emotions.
    Goal 6: descriptors that are opposites (antonyms).

    9. CONCEPTS
    The student will understand and use concepts of:
    Goal 1: position (prepositions).
    Goal 2: quantity.
    Goal 3: inclusion/exclusion.
    Goal 4: time.
    Goal 5: before/after (time).

    10. “WH” QUESTIONS
    The student will understand and use:
    WHAT?
    Goal 1: question “what is it?”
    Goal 2: a variety of “what?” questions.

    WHO?
    Goal 1: question “who is it?”
    Goal 2: a variety of “who?” questions.
    Goal 3: contrasted “what?” and “who?” questions.

    WHERE?
    Goal 1: “where?” questions related to place names and positions.
    Goal 2: contrasted “what/where?”; “who/where?”; and “what/who/where?” questions.

    WHICH?
    Goal: “which?” questions related to choices.

    WHEN?
    Goal: “when?” questions related to daily activities, calendar, seasons, conditions, and clock time.

    MIXED QUESTION WORDS—1
    Goal: “who?” “what?” “where?” “when?” related to the same subject.

    WHOSE?
    Goal: “whose?” questions related to ownership.

    WHY?
    Goal: “why?” questions related to:
    A. function
    B. action
    C. association
    D. categorization
    E. cause and effect
    F. absurdity

    MIXED QUESTION WORDS—2
    Goal: “what?” “who?” “where?” “which?” “when?” “whose?” “why?” related to the same subject.

    11. WORD AND SENTENCE STRUCTURE
    The student will increase length and complexity of utterance by the use of:
    Goal 1: subject + is/are + “ing” verb.
    Goal 2: article (the, a/an) + is/are + “ing” verb.
    Goal 3: article + is/are+ “ing” verb + article + object or place.
    Goal 4: subjective and possessive personal pronouns.
    Goal 5: present, past and future verb tenses (regular and irregular).
    Goal 6: noun plurals (regular and irregular).
    Goal 7: possessive “s” marker.
    Goal 8: descriptors (adjectives and adverbs).
    Goal 9: conjunction “and” to connect two nouns or related sentences.
    Goal 10: comparative “er” and superlative “est” forms of descriptors:
    A. big/bigger/biggest.
    B. small, smaller, smallest.
    C. a variety of common descriptors.
    D. good, better, best.

    12. PRONOUNS
    The student will use in isolation and simple sentences:
    Goal 1: gender (boy/girl).
    Goal 2: personal “he,” “she,” “it,” and “they.”
    Goal 3: personal “I,” “we,” and “you.”
    Goal 4: possessive “his,” “her,” “its,” and “their.”
    Goal 5: possessive “my,” “your,” and “our.”
    Goal 6: personal “me” and “you” and possessive “mine” and “yours.”

    13. ADVANCED EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE
    The student will:
    Goal 1: spontaneously describe activities in a picture scene.
    Goal 2: tell a sequence story with and without picture support.
    Goal 3: predict what will happen next in or after a series of events.
    Goal 4: identify what is wrong (absurd) in a situation, picture and/or spoken sentence.
    Goal 5: identify what is missing from a picture and/or spoken list.
    Goal 6: make inferences from a picture or verbal information.
    Goal 7: answer “How?” questions:

  • How do you ____? (perform an action).
  • How are things the same/different?
  • How do you know/think/can you tell?
  • How does something look/move/feel/taste/sound?
  • How would you/someone feel if ____? (emotions).
  • 14. LISTENING SKILLS: Auditory Discrimination
    The student will discriminate between:
    Goal 1: noisemakers that are similar or distinctly different from each other in sound and appearance.
    Goal 2: paired single consonants that are the same or different.
    Goal 3: paired single-syllable words that differ by one or more than one consonant or vowel.

    15. LISTENING SKILLS: Auditory Memory
    The student will remember:
    Goal 1: series of sounds made by noisemakers.
    Goal 2: series of nouns with picture support.
    Goal 3: series of nouns without picture support.
    Goal 4: digit series with and without visual support.
    Goal 5: spoken sentences of 3 words or more.

    16. LISTENING SKILLS: Auditory Processing
    The student will process information in a specific position in isolated sentences:
    Goal 1: What? – end of sentence.
    Goal 2: What? Who? – beginning of sentence.
    Goal 3: What? Who? (mixed) – beginning and end of sentence.
    Goal 4: What? Who? (mixed) – middle of sentence.
    Goal 5: Where? – end of sentence.
    Goal 6: Which? – beginning and end of sentence.
    Goal 7: When? – Beginning and end of sentence.

    17. WHOLE WORD READING
    The student will:
    Goal: learn to read sight words using the Whole Word Reading Program.

    APPENDICES
    1. Tracking Goals and Prerequisites
    2. Materials
    3. References
    4. Terminology
    5. Index of Tables

    INDEX

     
       
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