Syllabus 20/221 school year
Life Skill Support Classroom at the Bellefonte Middle School .
Looks at pictures/letters: 1.1.3.A learning to read independently
Matches color/pictures: 1.1.3.C learning to read independently
Reads words related to food/cooking 1.1.3.C Learning to read independently
Points to pictures of story elements with assistance 1.1.3.G Learning to read independently
Observes the association of numbers and objects: 2.1.3.A Numbers, number systems, and number relationships
Counts numbers to 10 2.1.3.G Counts numbers to 10
Reads digital clock time 2.3.3.D Measurement and estimation
To the minute 2.3.3.D Measurement and estimation
Identifies money 2.1.3.E Numbers, number systems, and number relationships
Science: RI.2.3, RI.2.1, RI.2.10 environment and personal health
Social Studies: RI.2.2, RI.2.7, RI.2.10 time, continuity, and change
Interpersonal Communication and Social Skills:
Demonstrates an involuntarily response to sensory stimuli 1.6.3.A (Speaking and Listening)
Attends to people in the environment 1.6.3.A (Speaking and listening)
Responds to name/basic language concept 1.6.3.E (Speaking and listening)
Responds to “wh” questions 1.6.3.A (Speaking and Listening)
the uses of Google classroom
Daily Living skills;
Travels in the community: 10.3.3.A
Eats in a sit-down restaurant 10.1.3.C Concepts of health
Indicates need to use bathroom 10.1.3.B Concepts of health Vocational Skills:
Performs Basic Repetitive Task 11.2.2.B
Follows directions of teacher/supervisor 11.2.6.B
Measures and pours dry/liquid ingredients 11.3.3.F
Sorts materials 13.2.3.G
Participates in shopping 11.1.3.F
Stores food after shopping 11.1.3.F
The use of computers
Communication Skills: Communicates meaningfully using icons, device, and/or words 1.6.3.E Speaking and listening
Responds appropriately to yes/no questions 1.6.3.A Speaking and listening
Language Arts: Guided reading, reading comprehension
Math: time, money skills,
Physical Therapy: to improve Range of Motion
Occupational Therapy: fine motor skills and Improve Range of Motion
I teach to each student’s IEP, the student’s goals are my main concerns when teaching. Grading is done with progress motoring, progress reports are sent home every 9 weeks. If progress is not being made and IEP revision meeting is scheduled.
My philosophy of teaching is:
- The parents/guardians are the most important people in each student’s life
- Every student is capable of learning
- I teach for success- not failure.
- I seek solution- not punishment.
See lesson plans that address the PA Standards.
Teacher Contact Information: Jeff Rager 1-814-355-5466 (ect 5415)
Email : email@example.comLooking forward to a great school year.