Identify the Four IEP Components
Objectives: Using a different colored highlighter on your word toolbar, identify the four components of each objective. Make sure you provide a color key for each of the 4 components. (i.e. Condition, etc.)
- Given a 15-minute period, and an array of objects to manipulate, Tabitha will bring her hand to her mouth no more than a total of three minutes for three consecutive sessions.
- When two photographs are held in front of Ed, and he is asked to “show me the _____, “ he will eye-point to the correct picture 80% of the trials over a one-month period for each of four pictures (ball, cut, bed, dish).
- During structured independent workshop, Michael will remain on task without verbalizations or vocalizations, unless a request for assistance is needed, for 90% of the workshop period, for five consecutive days.
- Given 36 known grocery terms and 8 grocery store department printed flash cards, Rob will independently match all grocery terms to the appropriate grocery store department, 100% correct for three consecutive sessions.
- Given three empty egg cartons and thirty-six 1″ cubes, Daniel will place the empty cubes in the empty pockets when the cube is placed in front of him with the verbal cue “Look Daniel,” with 85% accuracy for five consecutive days.
- Austin’s inappropriate screaming behavior during the school day will be decreased 90% of the baseline mean for five consecutive sessions.
- When given a mathematic ditto, Ellen will complete 80% of the ditto before seeking reinforcement from the teacher for five consecutive sessions.
- Given the periods’ morning group, lunch, afternoon group, Al will laugh inappropriately no more than one time after hearing the verbal cue “Al that’s inappropriate” (this cue will be given after the first incident of laughter during each period) for 15/15 sessions.
- When given a worksheet, Hannah will be able to complete accurately, 30 problems within a 20-minute period for five consecutive math sessions.
- When presented with 25 new spelling words on Monday and a spelling test on Friday, Sarah will write her spelling words 5 times per day for 4 days each week independently with no more than one error per day.