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1 M AKING BENCHMARKS AND GLCE ’ S COME TO LIFE WITH LOW INCIDENCE POPULATION Session will provide demonstrations of lesson plans and activities that are aligned with the extended benchmarks and grade level content expectations of the participation and supported independence populations. Experience how the content areas ARE relevant for all students!

2 I NTRODUCTION Name: JuLee Chapman Teacher at Heartwood School-Center based Students with Moderate to Severe Cognitive Impairments Worked last year with Statewide Curriculum Committee Taught in SXI, Autism & Resource Rooms

3 T ODAY : GLCE’S ARE IN YOUR LESSONS ALREADY … CAN YOU FIND THEM ? Themes/Curriculums Implementation & Planning Lesson Ideas

4 T HEMES -M ONTHLY TO W EEKLY Monthly Themes Songs Color Food Groups Leisure Focus Crafts ELA Language Focus Signs of the Month Sign Language Literacy Books Math Focus Science Focus OT-PT Group follows school wide theme-includes EGLCE’s

5 S AMPLE : F EBRUARY F OCUS Math: AM vs. PM & Patterns (1 st, 2 nd, 3 rd ) ELA: Before, After, Next Social Studies-Chinese New Year Science: Wild Animals- Tiger Food: 3 meals a day Color: Pink Shape: Heart Songs: The Month is Feb. The Color is Pink Valentine’s Day 3 meals Song To practice spatial terms before, after, next as well as first, next and last…the students line up with support on a square with their picture.

6 F EBRUARY C ALENDAR See Handout

7 S AMPLE L ESSONS Morning vs. Night ELA: Identifies objects/pictures in a book, listen to a variety of narrative text, answer simple questions about the story PE6 XVI P2 6. PE6 XVI B5 9. PE XVI B5 9. & PE1 I E 11. Math : Identifies/Name common “activities” for morning, afternoon, evening PE6 XV C2 11, 12, 13. PE1 III J 4. Social studies- studying “families” (What does your family do?) No EGLCE’s at this time –still need to include Communication: Increases Vocab. & Uses Lang. Effectively, Communicates in appropriate ways PE6 XVI A4. & PE6 XVI A 3.

8 L OOK AT YOUR LESSONS DIFFERENTLY - THEY ARE FULL FILLING GLCE’ S … TAKE A LOOK Read a story and use pictures to ask if a story happened during the day/night or inside/outside Show one related and one unrelated and ask…”What was the story about?” Did you know that asking a student to locate the bathroom/lunch room is Algebra…finding an unknown! We read a story about snowmen and added some math and language by counting buttons and using our spatial directions to wrap our snowmen(girls).

9 B USY T OES …W HAT WAS MY J UST FOR F UN B OOK ! “Busy Toes” by C.W. Bowie Science: PE6 XVIII B2 3. Looks at object with flashlight PE6 XVIII A4 2. Observes/demonstrates ways body parts move PE6 XVIII B5 1,2 Items on motion toys PE6 VIII A 8. Explores a variety of objects/textures PE6 EVIII o 4. Comprehends/expresses descriptors (hot/cold, soft/hard, color, big/little, wet/dry etc…) Reading: PE6 XVI B2 6. Identifies/recognizes pictures in a book/magazine PE6 XVI B5 9. Reads/listens to a variety of text PE6 XVI B3 6. Identifies objects associated with content of text

10 1-1 A CADEMIC WORK Reading Inside/outside & Day/night 5- “W’s” ?-drawing Math Counting/recognizing Money/Time Most/least Writing Scribble/tracking Tracing/Copying/Reproducing Shapes/Colors (cutting/pasting) Naming/choosing Sorting/finding Objects Naming Matching Sensory Bucket Measuring/scooping/finding Computer Touch screen/switch/mouse Vocabulary/cause & effect/academic

11 R ESOURCES : W EEKLY R EADER, F AMILY F UN M AGAZINE, R OCKIN ’ WITH R OBIN …. The Scholastic Weekly Reader: References well with GLCE’S Provides lesson ideas Usually matches monthly holidays /themes Poster that can be used as an instructional aid Family Fun Magazine: Matches most themes Projects to match many themed books Rockin’ with Robin: Songs Worksheets MAASE Wiki Site-Center Based Programs

12 I NTRODUCTION Name: Kris Bour Teacher at Ottawa Area Center Students with Severe Multiple Impairments ranging in age from 7-11 years Taught in MOCI and SCI classrooms

13 OAC M ATERIALS L IBRARY School Wide Themes Departments develop “theme supporting units/lessons” incorporating EGLCE’s Units/lessons are stored in the OAC Materials Library

14 U NIT /L ESSONS Butterflies Hand out: Butterfly thematic Unit/Lessons Read: Butterfly Book as an activity: EGLCE: Identify books and/or other sources of information: respond to a science related question by eye gaze, touching, vocalizing

15 S MOOTHIE F UN EGLCE: Math: Identify which of 2 choices is needed to answer a question/solve problem. What do we use to stir? A cup or spoon? Differentiate between warm and cold

16 P OGO A RT / USE BUTTERFLY PATTERN EGLCE: ELA Create personal work Generate own name and simple label to demonstrate ownership/convey meaning Use early forms of writing(letter like marks)

17 R IDING L ICORICE EGLCE: Math: Demonstrates finding targeted areas. (small gym/Licorice) Science: Identify observable characteristics and/or body parts of a variety of animals

18 Look closely…..an existing activity in your daily lesson plan may (and probably does) contain at least one EGLCE!!! A simple morning circle using a calendar and weather chart includes many EGLCE’s! P OINTS TO P ONDER Resources: Click on the Maase Wikke Site Link Google Images is a great source for pictures if making books Share Ideas!!!

19 I NTRODUCTION Name: Jill Merriman Cloverdale SCI Classroom Teacher Eastern Michigan Undergraduate Degree Masters in Special Education

20 S PACE, T HE F INAL F RONTIER High School SCI Classroom Participation Level

21 R.AT. M 7.P.EG01 A : B E ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT ACCESSING TEXT ( E. G., SELECTING A VARIETY OF AGE APPROPRIATE TEXTS FOR READING, LISTENING, AND VIEWING ENJOYMENT.

22 EHSCE.P.L1.1.1 C : A SSOCIATE VALUE WITH THE NUMBER 1 ( E. G. “ TAKE JUST ONE ”).

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24 EHSCE.P A : L ISTEN RECEPTIVELY AND INTERACT APPROPRIATELY IN CONVERSATIONS AND AS PART OF AN AUDIENCE.

25 EHSCE.P A : B E ENTHUSIASTIC ABOUT USING WRITTEN COMMUNICATION AND / OR COMMUNICATION DEVICES.

26 EHSCE.P.G1.1.6 A : D IFFERENTIATE BETWEEN ROUND AND SQUARE OR SPHERE AND CUBE.

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28 EHSCE.P.A1.1.1 A : D IFFERENTIATE BETWEEN WARM AND COLD ITEMS.

29 C.CN.P.EB.I.1. M.3ADD H : I DENTIFY AND / OR USE SIMPLE DEVICES ( E. G., REMOTE CONTROL ).

30 EHSCE.P.A1.1.1 A : D IFFERENTIATE BETWEEN WARM AND COLD ITEMS.

31 E.AW.P.EB.V.3. E.1ADD H ~ I DENTIFY APPROPRIATE CLOTHING AND / OR ACTIVITIES RELATED TO PARTICULAR WEATHER CONDITIONS.

32 R.RO.P.EB.II.1. H.3 A : I DENTIFY AND / OR EXPLORE SCIENCE ACTIVITIES THAT RELATE TO THE WORLD AROUND THEM.

33 Introduction Name: Stephanie Jend Teacher at Wesley School, Muskegon Area Intermediate School District ASD Classroom, Secondary and Transition Second year using the Unique Learning System as a curriculum resource

34 Unique Learning System ULS is from the company who publishes News-2-You Unit from October 2009 Unit Topic: Knowing Our Ecosystem Grade Band: High School Focus will be on 3 lessons Lesson 1 Leveled Book Lesson 19 Math Story Problems Lesson 26 Science Experiment

35 Lesson Plans I teach 1-2 lessons, 3-4 days a week I do not always follow lessons in order or use all the lessons in the unit I differentiate for individual students by using varying levels of materials I use supplemental materials to make content real

36 English Language Arts Lesson 1: Leveled Book Who Has a Pet? Instruction Targets: -Reading Fluency -Acquisition of Vocabulary Michigan High School Content Expectation: CE Michigan Supported Independence Extended High School Content Expectation: EHSCE.SI.2.1.3a Apply an increasing number of the following aspects of fluency: naming letters, associating letters and their sounds, recognizing a few words paired with pictures and/or objects both when encountered in context and isolation, and demonstrating understanding of concepts of print, pausing and emphasizing, using punctuation cues, using appropriate intonation, recognizing sight words

37 Math Lesson 19: Math Story Problems Circle of Life Instruction Targets: -Number Sense Michigan High School Content Expectation: L1.1.1 Michigan Supported Independence Extended High School Content Expectation: EHSCE.SI.L1.1.1b Count up to 100 using whole numbers

38 Science Lesson 26: Science Experiment Bird Cakes Instruction Targets: -Life Science -Scientific Inquiry Michigan Science Benchmark: I.1.h.2 Michigan Supported Independence Extended Benchmark: C.CN.SI.EB.I.1.h.2 Explore scientific investigations. Key concepts: Observe, predict, collect data, question, hypothesis

39 Student Work!

40 Q UESTIONS ? T HANKS ! Contacts: Kris Bour: Stephanie Jend: Jill Merriman: JuLee Chapman:


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