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What followed ignition was not the bright report of a successful blastoff, but the muffled thud of fire in the hole.

Also on the deck, and also in the thrall of the night’s pleasures, was one Louis Helmburg III, an education major and ace benchwarmer for the Thundering Herd baseball team.

Current Level of Performance: Comprehensive assessments using a variety of tools indicates that the student has a significant cognitive disability determined through a collaborative team decision making process involving both the home and school.

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self assessment checklist for student Student to do self assessment checklist for accuracy To use the visual prompt if necessary Pre-survey of grocery items student knows and will need grocery cards for initial assistance Self-assessment checklist for student to self-evaluate the accuracy of he inputting Teacher’s random 3 times per period observation to see if student is inputting single item correctly Teacher made test to determine the mastery of this skill before continuing onto 2 item inputting Weekly, teacher/ Student interview and performance task to determine mastery of adding two items for the total cost Social Domain: Student Specific Outcomes: By June, within the structure of the Math classroom, the student will use a calculator to determine the total cost of 3 identified items of groceries from a flyer with 90% accuracy.T.) will ensure student has computer time and access in class Resource teacher (RT) will write out the steps on a chart with the student for developing a 7 column and 2 row chart using the Table menu on the computer Classroom and Resource teacher will monitor student’s progress on ability to access the Table menu from the tool bar using observation and a checklist Student will provide a print copy of generated chart Student will self-evaluate using a rating scale to indicate how much help was needed to complete the table Motor Domain: Student Specific Outcomes: By the end of June, within the structure of the ELA classroom/and pullout resource program, Caitlin will produce a weekly computer generated chart independently with 90% accuracy in 10 consistent trials.By the end of January, Caitlin will use a highlighter to locate independently the 6 pieces of information listed above in two newspapers (Winnipeg Free Press and the Winnipeg Sun) 95% of the time as measured in a checklist Model initially using a matching Use different colour high lighters or markers/coding to locate each of the pieces of information required to find Fade the support Use peers to listen to the student read the information once it is located Student self evaluates using a daily checklist to record progress The teacher will assess the student at the end of October using a performance assessment: Given the Free Press newspaper the student will identify with a marker the following info: Peers fill out checklist related to locating and reading the information in the newspaper accurately with the scripted questions Teacher will give a performance assessment in June through the interview process using scripted questions by giving the Free Press/Winnipeg Sun to the student and asking her to locate and read the following information: Academic Domain: Student Specific Outcomes: By June, within the structure of the Math classroom, the student will use a calculator to determine the total cost of 3 identified items of groceries from a flyer with 90% accuracy.Academic Domain: The student can read material at grade 3 level, however, the student’s current level of understanding material remains at the knowledge/comprehension stage.The student continues to develop literacy strategies to assist in reading materials in a functional manner for a specific purpose (reading to gain information, to complete tasks, to locate and maintain a school job, and for leisure).

self assessment checklist for student Student to do self assessment checklist for accuracy To use the visual prompt if necessary Pre-survey of grocery items student knows and will need grocery cards for initial assistance Self-assessment checklist for student to self-evaluate the accuracy of he inputting Teacher’s random 3 times per period observation to see if student is inputting single item correctly Teacher made test to determine the mastery of this skill before continuing onto 2 item inputting Weekly, teacher/ Student interview and performance task to determine mastery of adding two items for the total cost Social Domain: Student Specific Outcomes: By June, within the structure of the Math classroom, the student will use a calculator to determine the total cost of 3 identified items of groceries from a flyer with 90% accuracy.T.) will ensure student has computer time and access in class Resource teacher (RT) will write out the steps on a chart with the student for developing a 7 column and 2 row chart using the Table menu on the computer Classroom and Resource teacher will monitor student’s progress on ability to access the Table menu from the tool bar using observation and a checklist Student will provide a print copy of generated chart Student will self-evaluate using a rating scale to indicate how much help was needed to complete the table Motor Domain: Student Specific Outcomes: By the end of June, within the structure of the ELA classroom/and pullout resource program, Caitlin will produce a weekly computer generated chart independently with 90% accuracy in 10 consistent trials.By the end of January, Caitlin will use a highlighter to locate independently the 6 pieces of information listed above in two newspapers (Winnipeg Free Press and the Winnipeg Sun) 95% of the time as measured in a checklist Model initially using a matching Use different colour high lighters or markers/coding to locate each of the pieces of information required to find Fade the support Use peers to listen to the student read the information once it is located Student self evaluates using a daily checklist to record progress The teacher will assess the student at the end of October using a performance assessment: Given the Free Press newspaper the student will identify with a marker the following info: Peers fill out checklist related to locating and reading the information in the newspaper accurately with the scripted questions Teacher will give a performance assessment in June through the interview process using scripted questions by giving the Free Press/Winnipeg Sun to the student and asking her to locate and read the following information: Academic Domain: Student Specific Outcomes: By June, within the structure of the Math classroom, the student will use a calculator to determine the total cost of 3 identified items of groceries from a flyer with 90% accuracy.Academic Domain: The student can read material at grade 3 level, however, the student’s current level of understanding material remains at the knowledge/comprehension stage.The student continues to develop literacy strategies to assist in reading materials in a functional manner for a specific purpose (reading to gain information, to complete tasks, to locate and maintain a school job, and for leisure).Social Domain: The student has difficulty with initiating interactions and interacting reciprocally with peers or adults.