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Template for Writing IEP Goals and Objectives from Community Consolidated School District # 62 Des Plaines, IllinoisWithin a time frame, in some condition, the student will do something at somecriterion level. (The schedule for determining achievement is every trimester,which correlates with the report card distribution in our district.)A goal would look like this: By the annual review date, when given 10opportunities in structured activities, the student will improve his/her expressivegrammar skills with 80% accuracy
Here is another way to view this: Time frame: By the annual review date In some condition: When given ten opportunities in a structured activity Will do something: The student will improve expressive grammar skills At some criterion level: With 80% accuracy Achievement Schedule: Every TrimesterThe objectives that follow would be similar but more specific. Each goal page hasthree objectives. Here is an example: By a specific date, when given 10 opportunities in a structured activity, the student will produce interrogative reversals correctly with 80% accuracy
By a specific date, when given 10 opportunities in a structured activity, the student will produce the he and she pronouns correctly with 80% accuracy
By a specific date, when given 10 opportunities in a structured activity the student will produce the auxiliary is and am + verb + ing forms correctly
We explain to parents that we only write goals and objectives that we canmeasure, but of course we are working on many aspects of languagesimultaneously. Even though we didn't write a specific goal and objective forgeneral vocabulary in this IEP doesn't mean that we aren't working on increasingvocabulary skills as well since language is a dynamic skill that is naturally used in aholistic sense. We also write this in the additional notes section of the IEP
We don't usually write that we want the student to use these skills spontaneouslyin conversational speech, but of course, that is our ultimate goal. We just can'twrite every detail. If we included every detail, the IEP would be too long. Thereare some aspects of language that would take too much time or are too difficultto measure
Page 1 of 2 The State of Illinois also requires us to include the Illinois learning standard thatcorrelates with each goal on the IEP. For example: Illinois State Standard 4A states: Listen effectively in formal and informal situations
Illinois State Standard 4B states: Speak effectively using language appropriate to the situation and audience
These are the two goals that we use most frequently with our IEP goals
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Template for Writing IEP Goals and Objectives from Community Consolidated School District # 62 Des Plaines, Illinois Within a time frame, in some condition, the student will do something at …
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