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By January 2020, given a single-step word problem at his instructional level, Michael Jones will identify the operationneeded to solve the problem with 80% accuracy or higherObjective/Benchmark # 2By January 2020, given a single-step word problem at his instructional level, Michael Jones will follow the steps in the correct order in order to solve the problem with 80% accuracy or higher.Objective/Benchmark # 3By January 2020, given a single-step word problem at his instructional level, Michael Jones will idendify the operations needed to solve the problem with 80% accuracy or higher.Objective/Benchmark # 4By January 2020, given a multi-step word problem at his instructional level, Michael Jones will follow the steps in thecorrect order in order to solve the problem with 80% accuracy or higher.Page 11 of 21
TRANSITIONINDIVIDUALIZED EDUCATION PROGRAM (IEP)SERVICES – LEAST RESTRICTIVE ENVIRONMENT – PLACEMENTACCOMMODATIONS/MODIFICATIONSStudent Name__Michael Jones____________________________________________ Date 11 / 1 / 2019 Page 11 of 20Student ID Number 123456789This student will be provided access to general education classes, special education classes, other school services and activities including nonacademic activities and extracurricular activities, and education related settings:___ with no accommodations/modifications_X_ with the following accommodations/modificationsAccommodations/modifications provided as part of the instructional and testing/assessment process will allow the student equal opportunity to access the curriculum and demonstrate achievement. Accommodations/modifications also provide access to nonacademic and extracurricular activities and educationally related settings. Accommodations/modifications based solely on the potential to enhance performance beyond providing equal access are inappropriate.ACCOMMODATIONS/MODIFICATIONS (list, as appropriate)Accommodation(s)/Modification(s)FrequencyLocation(name of school*)InstructionalSettingDuration m/d/y to m/d/ySpecial Education instruction – Language Arts1 hours per dayAssigned SchoolSpecial Education Classroom11/1/2019 – 5/30/2020Special Education Instruction – Mathematics1 hour per dayAssigned SchoolSpecial Education Classroom11/1/2019 – 5/30/2020Special Education teacher or special education instructional support 2 hours per day in SPED room/Gen Ed roomAssigned SchoolSPED Room / Gen Ed Room* IEP teams are required to identify the specific school site (public or private) when the parent expresses concerns about the location of the services or refuses the proposed site. A listing of more than one anticipated location is permissible, if the parents do not indicate that they will object to any particular school or state that the team should identify a single school.Additional Supports for School Personnel: (Describe supports such as equipment, consultation, or training for school staff to meetthe unique needs for the student)_Health Assistance Services – School Nurse will monitor Michael personal hygiene and his self-induced vomiting issues.