Kimberly Miglicco

Southeastern University

Foundations of Exceptional Student Education

ESED 5313

Dr. David Grant

January 24, 2017

Practice IEP Goals and Objectives

EDUC/ESED 5313

Student Name: Susie Smith

IEP Date: January 22, 2017

Present Level of Performance (PLOP): According to the Woodcock Johnson Achievement test, Susie is performing at a 2.5 grade level in math. She has difficulty regrouping in addition and subtraction. She also has trouble with abstract math concepts such as fractions and word problems.

Annual Goal: When presented with ten addition and subtraction problems with mixed numbers, Susie will be able to change the numbers to an improper fraction, correctly adding or subtracting a fraction

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Objective 2: By July 22, 2017, Susie will understand the concept of numerator and denominator using familiar examples to reinforce the concept of fractions. She will complete a worksheet with 80% accuracy as observed by the teavher in three out of four trails in the classroom.

Objective 3: By October 22, 2017, Susie will be able to recognize equivalent fractions using math manipulates using visual aids in the classroom. The teacher will present Susie with visual aids of fractions and Susie will match and label the manipulates with 80% accuracy in three out of four trails in the classroom.

Objective 4: By January 22, 2018, After your child feels comfortable with mixed numbers, divide your whole graham crackers into 4 rectangles each. Explain that instead of writing a mixed number, we can show the entire number as a big fraction, called an improper fraction. Ask your child how many rectangles make a whole; he or she should understand that 4 make a whole. Then ask your child how many rectangles would make 1 1/4 and the other mixed numbers he or she played