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Geographic Cohort Meeting: Presenters: Angela Solis & Alison Hern Elementary Special Education © February 2009
IEP GOALS Subject Area(s): English Language Arts Measurable Annual Goals: Jane will complete the Reading/Comprehension goal at 70 % mastery level. Short –Term Objectives The Student will: Indicated Level of Master Criteria draw and discuss visual images based on text descriptions TEK 3.9 E 70 % monitor his/her own comprehension and act purposefully when comprehension breaks down using such strategies as rereading, searching for clues, and asking for help TEK 3.9 D 70 % produce summaries of text selections TEK 3.9 H70 % Example of Old Version of IEP Elementary Special Education © February 2009
Updated Measurable Annual Goals: Jane will improve her reading comprehension skills by mastery of 2 of the 3 short-term objectives below. Old Version Measurable Annual Goals: Jane will complete the Reading/Comprehension goal at 70 % mastery level. Elementary Special Education © February 2009
Bold objective is the updated objective Short-Term Objectives The Student will: draw and discuss visual images based on text descriptions TEK 3.9 E use a graphic organizer to compare and contrast 2 characters on 3 out of 4 opportunities. 100 % monitor his/her own comprehension and act purposefully when comprehension breaks down using such strategies as rereading, searching for clues, and asking for help TEK 3.9 D use strategies prior to asking for help on 3 out of 5 opportunities.100 % produce summaries of text selections TEK 3.9 H score a 2.5 or higher on 3 consecutive summaries (see attached rubric). 100 % Elementary Special Education © February 2009
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