Rfkt Task 3

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RFKT Task 3: Individual Education Plan A. Joe (student’s name has been changed to protect his identity), is a 5th grade student reading at 2nd grade level. His results were obtained through New York State Alternate Assessment (NYSAA) testing, strengths and needs as follows: a. Joe’s strengths include, no restrictions and can participate in all school activities. His reading is fluent if the text is at or below 2nd grade level. He is able to read sight words printed in 5th grade level books, but struggles with new vocabulary. b. Joe needs to develop comprehension skills as the NYSAA results indicate that he could not answer 5 simple “wh” questions about characters in a short story. B. Two annual goals: That relate to Joe’s Reading: a. Within one year, given functioning level material, Joe will read aloud accurately and fluently, using phonics and context clues to determine pronunciation and meaning in passages or texts on his independent reading level. Joe will read orally at 40 – 50 words per minute. b. Within one year, Joe will answer open-­‐ended comprehension questions requiring him to identify main idea and supporting details in fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, in texts or passages on his independent reading level with 80% accuracy. C. Two objectives relating to reading issues: a. Goal 1: Objective 1: Within one year, Joe will read aloud accurately and fluently, using phonics and context clues to determine pronunciation and meaning in passages or texts on his independent reading level with 80% accuracy in 4 out of 5 attempts. b. Goal 1: Objective 2: Within one year, Joe will be able to give a summary of fictional stories, including all elements of a story structure (characters, setting, problem, events, solution), with 80% accuracy in 4 out of 5 attempts. c. Goal 2: Objective 1: Within one year,

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