# GEORGE High school 14 years old Grade 9

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GEORGE High school 14 years old Grade 9

## 1. IEP GOALS

1.1.1. Annual Goal: Given grade level math problems, such as division , multiplication, or problems needing recall of several functions (ie PEMDAS), George will score 80%.

1.1.1.1. In 9 weeks, when given grade leve l math problems, such as divisi on, multiplication, or problems needing recall of several functions (ie PEMDAS), George will score 69%.

1.1.1.2. In 18 weeks, such as division, multiplication, or problems needing recall of several functions (ie PEMDAS), George will score 73%.

1.1.1.3. In 27 weeks, such as division, multiplication, or problems needing recall of several functions (ie PEMDAS), George will score 77%.

1.1.1.4. In 18 weeks, when given grade le vel math problems, such as stor y problems or problems needing recall of several functions (ie PEMDAS), George will score 66%.

1.1.1.5. In 27 weeks, when given grade le vel math problems, such as stor y problems or problems needing recall of several functions (ie PEMDAS), George will score 74%.

### 1.2. Speech

1.2.1. Annual Goal: George will have correct mouth formation for blends and slider vowels with 80% accuracy.

1.2.1.1. In 9 weeks George will be able to correctly form blending sounds (str, bl, br, sw, st, cr, etc.) with 60% accuracy.

1.2.1.2. In 18 weeks George will be able to correctly form blending sounds (s tr, bl, br, sw, st, cr, etc.) with 70% accuracy and correctly form the r-controlled vowel sounds such as /or/, /er/ and /ar/ with 60% accuracy.

1.2.1.3. In 27 weeks George will be able to correctly form blending sounds (s tr, bl, br, sw, st, cr, etc.) with 75% accuracy and correctly form r-controlled vowel sounds such as /or/, /er/ and /ar/ with 70% accuracy.

### 1.3. Motor Planning

1.3.1. Annual goal: George will complete all 7 steps necessary to use a combination lock independently.

1.3.1.1. In 9 weeks George will be able to perform 3/ 7 steps necessary to open a combination lock.

1.3.1.2. In 18 weeks George will be able to perform 4/7 steps necessary to open a combination lock.

1.3.1.3. In 27 weeks George will be able to perform 5/7 steps necessary to open a combination lock.

1.3.1.4. In 36 weeks George will be able to perform all 7/7 steps necessa ry to open a combination lock.

## 2. STRENGTHS

### 2.1. Very social

2.1.1. Easily makes friends

2.1.2. Great at playing with little kids

## 3. DX. Communication/ Speech disorder

### 3.1. Characteristics that George demonstrates related to CD

3.1.1. Poor articulation

3.1.2. Poor fluency Dysfluent in conversational speech

3.1.3. Voice quality is challenged

3.1.4. Speech described as breathiness and difficult to understand

3.1.5. Leaving out sounds where they should occur Distortion of sounds

## 4. CHALLENGES

### 4.1. Remembering processes

4.1.1. Order of operations, spelling rules, suffix and prefix definitions, how to open a combination lock

### 4.2. Organization

4.2.1. Understanding of when assignments are due, track things completed, turn in on time

### 4.3. Reading fluency and comprehension

4.3.1. Scared of reading infront of classmates.

### 4.4. Writing

4.4.1. Structure, vocabulary and basic mechanics

### 4.5. Articulation and fluency

4.5.1. Difficult to understand at times, especially when talks too fast. Trouble with breathing and is often hoarse and limited when speaking.