Benchmark – language disabilities and assistive technology unit plan

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This assignment is due on 4/13/22. This assignment has to be on time. Please read the uploaded documents below for instructions. 



ELA Mini-Unit Template

Part 1: Student Goal

Part 2: Mini Unit

Day 1

Day 2

Day 3

A. Lesson Title, Objectives, and Brief Summary

B. National/State Learning Standards

C. Vocabulary and Academic Language

D. Materials and Resources

E. Instructional Strategy/Strategies

F. Summary of Instruction and Activities for the Lesson

G. Lesson Differentiation

for Stephanie Using AAC

H. Pre- and Post- Assessments

I. Assessment Accommodation for Stephanie Using AAC


Part 3: Rationale



References

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Assessment Description
Understanding the development and individual differences of students with disabilities allows
special education teachers to respond appropriately during instruction, utilizing supportive
instructional strategies and technologies to meet student needs. Using assistive technologies,
such as alternative and augmentative communication systems, to support instructional
assessment, planning, and delivery, is essential to the language development and
communication of students with disabilities.

Read the case study below to inform the assignment.

Case Study: Stephanie

Grade: 5th

Age: 10

Stephanie is a fifth grade student who is intellectually disabled and also has a severe language
disorder. She is 10-years-old and spends a great portion of her day in self-contained settings.
She receives speech therapy from a speech pathologist for a minimum of 30 minutes, four days
a week. The rest of the time her language needs are supported by the special education
teacher. She does attend a general education fifth grade classroom daily for 60 minutes for
English language arts instruction, per her parent’s request. An instructional assistant
accompanies her to class.

Stephanie’s oral expression skills are in the below average range. She struggles with oral
expression speech, expressive language, and meanings of words. Her speech is limited and
she usually has poor decoding and reading comprehension skills. Her reading level is at a low
first grade level, reading simple stories with a Lexile level of 275-400. Her favorite book is If You
Give a Mouse a Cookie by Laura Numeroff. Stephanie writes very little and relies on the Picture
Exchange System as her primary form of communication.

Stephanie attends the fifth grade English language arts class for exposure to more appropriate
grade level content and socialization. She requires frequent breaks and one-on-one support
from an assistant when participating in the general education setting. The special education
teacher and assistant work with the general education teacher and follow the modified
curriculum from the state department of education.

For standardized grade-level testing, Stephanie participates in the yearly Alternate Assessment.
The assessment is administered orally by the teacher and a proctor is present. The assessment
is multiple choice and the administrator can accept eye gazing, finger pointing, and verbal
responses to answer questions. The assessment is not timed and the teacher can apply the 10
response rule: If the student does not respond after 10 questions, the teacher can end the
assessment.

Assignment:

Use the “ELA Mini-Unit Template” to complete this assignment.

Part 1: Student Goal

Write a measurable reading comprehension goal for Stephanie’s IEP. Within the goal,
incorporate an alternative and augmentative communication system to support her
communication and learning.

Part 2: Mini-Unit

Compose a mini-unit of three ELA lesson plans for the general education classroom that
incorporates your ELA standards for teaching reading comprehension to fifth graders.

For each lesson plan include differentiated activities and assessments for Stephanie that use
the AAC system identified in Part 1 to allow her to access the curriculum and address her
measurable IEP goal.

Part 3: Rationale

Provide a 250-500 word rationale that explains how your mini-unit instructional choices are
developmentally appropriate for teaching the content standards, and how the differentiated
activities and assessment will allow Stephanie to meet her goal and fully access the curriculum.
Address how your accommodations and differentiation create a supportive learning environment
that encourages self-advocacy, increases independence, and emphasizes safe and ethical use
of information and technology for Stephanie.

Support your rationale with 2-3 scholarly resources on best practices regarding
semantics/language disorders and the use of assistive technology.

APA format is not required, but solid academic writing is expected.

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