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Reinforcing Skills from the Developmental Checklist. Sonya Kunkel, Ed. S CREC Consultant. Language Arts. Reading Writing Responding. Here are some ways we read:. Independently As a group Skim With peers Books on tape Braille. Here are some ways we write. Independently

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Reinforcing skills from the developmental checklist

Reinforcing Skills from the Developmental Checklist

Sonya Kunkel, Ed. S

CREC Consultant


Language arts

Language Arts

  • Reading

  • Writing

  • Responding


Here are some ways we read

Here are some ways we read:

  • Independently

  • As a group

  • Skim

  • With peers

  • Books on tape

  • Braille


Here are some ways we write

Here are some ways we write

  • Independently

  • Fill in the Blank

  • Dictating

  • Pointing

  • Pictures, Drawing, Identifying a Sequence

  • Using Technology

  • Copying/ Trace


Different ways to respond

Different Ways to Respond

  • Verbally

  • Non Verbal Communication

  • Sign Language

  • Pointing

  • Choosing from choices

  • With Pictures

  • With Behavior

  • “Communicative Intent”


In the classroom

In the classroom

  • The teacher is discussing information from a book…

    What should a child with a disability do to participate?

    What is the Para-educators role?


To participate the child can

To participate…the child can

  • Work on the same work as everyone else

  • Work on “part of the work”

  • Work on a parallel theme

  • Work on a goal or objective as related to the standard


The para educator s role

The Para-educator’s role

  • Facilitate the child working with peers and or in groups

  • Assist other peers in the classroom (Fade, but not disengage)

  • Request clarification from the teacher as to what the child will be working on related to the standard

  • Assist with modifications

  • Assist with the child completing work independently


What is not the para educators role

What is not the para-educators role:

  • To do the work for the child

  • To create and give the child work away from the curriculum

  • To provide too much help

  • To provide too much “proximity”


Exercise and practice in language arts

Exercise and Practice in Language Arts

What can the child do?

What is the Para-educator’s role?

Reading In The Classroom:

List 10 ways a child can participate in the classroom using the information in your packets


Language arts continued

Language Arts, continued

  • What can a child do? What is the Para-educator’s role?

  • Writing in the classroom:

    List 10 things a child can do to participate in this task.


Language arts continued1

Language Arts, continued

What can the child do?

What is the para-educator’s role?

Responding in the classroom, Orally, with sign language, with choices, with technology…

List 10 things a child can do to respond to questions and classroom discussion.


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