Pick a focus learner for whom you will design your lesson. Review the extended reading standards below and choose one that is appropriate for your focus learner based on their IEP goals and current performance.

Assignment Question

Part A: For your Elementary Special Education Lesson Plan, you will follow the same process of your Early Childhood Special Education Lesson Plan with a few specific changes. First, you will need to pick a focus learner for whom you will design your lesson. You have a few options for how to choose a focus learner: An elementary-aged student (i.e., between Kindergarten and sixth grades) in your current or former placement. An elementary-aged student in your personal life. You may request a case study if the former options are absolutely impossible. If you need a case study, you must email me ASAP. Just like before… Once you’ve selected your focus learner, review the extended reading standards below and choose one that is appropriate for your focus learner based on their IEP goals and current performance. The first link below includes information about early childhood special education in Georgia. Scroll down to the “GELDS Teacher Toolbox” to find the standards for your ECSE lesson plan. You’ll choose the child’s age-range and view the standards from there. Your lesson plan will include one reading skill AND one functional skill. Consult Chapter 10 of your textbook for more guidance about teaching life skills to elementary-aged students.