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Running Head: CFE C: INTERVENTION Clinical Field Experience C: Intervention Courtney Hunter-Quevedo Grand Canyon University: SPED-580 Anita Robertson January 15, 2020
Running Head: CFE C: INTERVENTION Intervention English language arts are an academic area that can be challenging for many students due to comprehension and writing difficulties. When planning interventions, it is first important to identify where and why the student struggles. With this information, the appropriate tier of intervention can be addressed. Understanding the tiers of intervention can help to differentiate struggles associated with the content, application, or delivery. When teaching English language arts to students with mild to moderate disabilities, special education teachers will first need to identify the areas where students are having challenges, to help them flourish in their academic learning. There can be numerous areas in which students struggle in English language arts and identifying differentiation strategies to help lessen these struggles is important. Background Knowledge For my clinical field experience, I interviewed an English Language Arts teacher in an inclusive high school setting. Erik, located at Saratoga High School in Saratoga, CA. Erik teaches English 9 and English 12. He has a couple of students with IEPs, most qualifying with specific learning disabilities. Students struggle with staying organized, expressing their thoughts, and reading below grade level. We specifically focus on the students who need support. Intervention Plan and Strategies Instructional strategies include explicitly teaching-related vocabulary, use of concrete- representational-abstract strategies, graphic organizers, mnemonic devices, and the use of assistive technology. Three strategies that could benefit students at Saratoga High School to make progress and help each student meet their goals are: mini lessons (pre-reading and pre-writing)
Running Head: CFE C: INTERVENTION encourage independent reading choice board (variety of outputs)

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