MATHEMATICS Daniel is a 6th grade student who does not particularly enjoy

Mathematics daniel is a 6th grade student who does

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MATHEMATICS Daniel is a 6th grade student who does not particularly enjoy Mathematics. Daniel has a difficulty grasping the grade level curriculum. He has basic addition and subtraction skills. However, when subtracting numbers with regrouping, He is more likely to make errors. Daniel still requires practice with his multiplication and division skills. Daniel was given flash cards to practice his multiplication and division skills. Therefore, Daniel was not able to master topics such as finding the GCF and LCM. He is constantly distracted in class. He had difficulty with fraction and decimal operations as well. Daniel was able to multiply simple fractions, however, when she was instructed to convert mixed numbers and improper fractions before multiplying, there were many errors. Daniel was able to follow the steps for dividing fractions and again, with simple fractions, he was able to display some success. He is often distracted in class. Due to the constant lack of focus, Daniel struggles with task completion. Daniel is quite talkative in class and could show more progress if he would prioritize and stay focused. SCIENCE Daniel shows willingness to learn new concepts. He comes to science class prepared and ready to work. He greatly benefits from working one on one with a teacher or in small groups with a teacher. It is helpful for Daniel when instructions are broken down into clear and simple steps. Graphic organizers that chunk or section pieces of information help him to understand complex material. Embedded questions in chunked reading material help him to stay focused when reading. Daniel follows teacher instructions and explanation. He is mostly well mannered and respectful; he remains on task with frequent teacher check-ins to ensure focus and understanding. Daniel benefits from additional time to complete his assignments. Daniel is able to comprehend scientific texts while using vocabulary reference sources like a textbook. He also benefits from diagrams and images that portray scientific ideas and concepts, as well as real world- science curriculum examples. STUDENT STRENGTHS, PREFERENCES, INTERESTS: Daniel enjoys school, he expresses a desire to learn and likes learning. His favorite classes include, science, math, ELA and PE class. He feels like he enjoys the social aspect of school, he has many friends in his class. Daniel’s extracurricular activities include dance and sports. Daniel also enjoys spending time with his family and is looking forwards to this summer vacation as his family has planned trips. Daniel plays in the school orchestra and enjoys learning the piano.
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PRESENT LEVELS OF PERFORMANCE AND INDIVIDUAL NEEDS DOCUMENTATION OF STUDENT'S CURRENT PERFORMANCE AND ACADEMIC, DEVELOPMENTAL AND FUNCTIONAL NEEDS ACADEMIC, DEVELOPMENTAL AND FUNCTIONAL NEEDS OF THE STUDENT, INCLUDING CONSIDERATION OF STUDENT NEEDS THAT ARE OF CONCERN TO THE PARENT: Mom is trying to make an appointment with a psychologist but is having difficulty finding someone. Mom needs a referral for an independent psychologist.
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  • Winter '18
  • Archt. Montano
  • Individualized Education Program, Student Name, Daniel C. Reyes

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