Academic Skills

[learn_more caption=”Academic Skills”]Academic skills include organizational skills, asking for help, preparing for class, using an agenda, and some transition skills. [/learn_more] Academic Skills -Uses Agenda/Complete Assignments

  1. Student will write down all assignments and information in his agenda daily 5 out of 6 times with 90% accuracy.
  2. Student will be able to use agenda daily to clearly mark what is HW, CW, and when a test or project is due with 100% accuracy.
  3. Student will use agenda to record assignments and upcoming tests with 70% accuracy.
  4. Student will begin, complete, and turn in 9 out of 10 assignments per teacher request weekly.
  5. Student will demonstrate organization skills by documenting all assignments in his agenda 7 out of 10 times.
  6. Student will write down his homework in his agenda with no more than one teacher prompt 4 out of 5 times.
  7. Student will complete homework and bring in back to school to turn in when finished 7 out of 10 times.
  8. Student will record upcoming tests/quizzes and homework assignments in his agenda 7 of 10 times.
  9. Student will turn in his daily class work without a teacher reminder with 70% mastery.
  10. Student will communicate with teachers when he misses a day and get all required make up work, complete it, and turn it in 6 out of 7 classes.
  11. Student will write all assignments (including chapters, class work, homework, and test dates) in her agenda 8 out of 10 assignments.
  12. Student will independently complete projects and turn them in on time in 8 out of 10 opportunities.
  13. Student will type classroom and homework on computer independently with 80% mastery.

Academic Skills- Staying Organized, Prepared For Class

  1. Student will keep his desk neat 4 out of 5 times.
  2. Student will organize and maintain work area utilizing skills and folders with support 3 out of 5 times.
  3. Student will take home and return school related materials with parent signatures as needed 4 out of 5 times.
  4. Student will bring all materials necessary for class (pencil, pen, paper, and books) 4 out of 5 days a week.
  5. Student will keep an organized folder or notebook and place all papers in correct folder 3 out of 5 times.
  6. Student will keep his papers separated according to subject 5 out of 6 times with 90% accuracy.
  7. Student will bring appropriate materials for class 4 out of 5 times with 80% accuracy.
  8. Student will place papers in the correct place in notebooks 3 of 5 classes.
  9. Student will use his binder to keep work organized and together 6 out of 10 trials.
  10. Student will place papers and tests in his notebook chronologically and in the correct section 3 of 5 classes.
  11. Student will bring materials necessary for assignments and projects when they are needed 5 out of 6 classes.

Academic Skills- Basic Skills, Tracing, Coloring In Lines

  1. Student will know the names of the days of the week with 75% mastery.
  2. Student knows the months of the year with 75% mastery.
  3. Student will color a picture coloring at least ¾ of the picture and deviating no more than ½” over the line 3 out of 4 trials.
  4. Student will imitate horizontal and vertical lines with cues 3 out of 5 trials.
  5. Student will state and trace his first and last name, address, and phone number 4 out of 5 trials.
  6. Student will match like pictures of plants and animals, people, body parts, with assistance to minimal prompts as needed in sets up to 4 pictures __ out of __trials.
  7. Student will observe and describe weather changes __ out of __trials.
  8. Student will copy a circle without gaps or overlaps __ out of __ trials.
  9. Student will identify red, blue, and yellow by pointing __ out of __ trials.
  10. Student will point to four colors 50% of the time.
  11. Student will label objects, actions, and events 8 out of 10 times.

12. Student will stay in the lines when coloring a picture with 80% accuracy.

13. Student will point to 10 basic colors (red, blue, yellow, orange, brown, black, purple, pink, green, white) when named with 80% mastery.

14. Student will label 10 common objects in the illustrations of 15 story books for 3 consecutive therapy sessions using ESOL strategies 8 out of10 trials.

15. Student will identify his sight words with 75% accuracy 3 of 5 tries.

16. Student will identify 40 of 52 upper and lower case letters 3 of 5 tries.

17. Student will identify 12 of 20 consonant sounds 3 of 5 tries.

18. Student will match pictures with rhyming names 3 of 5 tries.

19. Student will count forwards and backwards sing a number line 3 of 5 tries.

20. Student will identify 8 of 10 shapes 3 of 5 tries.

21. Student will copy a basic rubber band design given verbal cues only 3 of 4 trials.

22. Student will write his first name with all letters within 1/4″ of the baseline 4 of 4 trials.

23. Student will copy numbers 1-10 given minimal cueing 3 of 4 trials.

24.  Student will attend to 10 minutes of tabletop activities given no more than 5 redirections to task 3 of 4 trials.

25. Student will type her name and phone number on adaptive key board with 80% mastery.

26. Student will copy peg/form board designs using small manipulatives to reproduce form with 80% mastery.

27. Student will write his lower case letters in sequence 60% of the time.

28. Student will read 8 out of 10 color words 60% of the time.

29. Student will count orally to 20 60% of the time.

30. During small group instruction, student will print lowercase letters of the alphabet dictated to him with 60% accuracy through summer school.

31. Student will point to the following body parts as named by teacher (fingers, stomach, back, teeth, toes) 3 out of 5 trials.

32. Student will identify upon request the shapes: circle, triangle, and square with 70% mastery.

33. Student will point upon request to all colors including orange, pink, and purple with 80% mastery.

34. Student will expressively identify 20 common objects/pictures in response to “what is it” 4 out of 5 opportunities.

35. Student will sort functional objects to complete a life skills activity with fading physical prompts ex: silverware, laundry 4 out of 5 opportunities.

36. Student will receptively identify 10 pictures of people performing actions with 100% accuracy 3 out of 3 trials.

Academic Skills- Asking For Help, Repeat Directions, Listening

Academic Skills-Maintain Grades

Academic Skills-Apply Study Strategies

Academic Skills -Transition Skills