Children Class Lesson - Students will use their prior knowledge of
The Grouchy Ladybug to help them create a mathematical story problem using
the grouchy ladybug and the aphids that are to be eaten.
Work Assistance - The student will use a visual approach such as a
Visual Schedule to keep him/her on track during in the morning for independent
work while the teacher is working with other children or groups.
Your Times Tables - The goal is for the children to learn the times
table from 0 to 12 with 80% accuracy. The outcome will be that the students
will be able to repeat the table 4 out of 5 times when asked.
C - Students will be able to identify the letter C from a field of
two and will identify sight words that start with the letter C.
the Animals - The student will be able to identify the animals from
the book "Panda Bear, Panda Bear, What Do You See?".
Track - The student will develop phonemic awareness by encouraging
lots of talking, listening and playing with sounds.
Seeds - The students will be able to go to the table and select the
appropriate item for their task. The students will complete the tasks
in proper sequence. The students will follow the directions on their necklace.
Special Education Lesson Plans From Other Web Sites
Revolution- The objective for this lesson is to engage the students
in a role-playing experience in which they will be debating various points
of views from the people of the American Revolution.
for All- The teacher found that the photogram was an excellent medium
of expression for his students because the photogram (or shadowgram) lends
itself to an almost endless array of creative Arrangements while not requiring
the fine motor control of regular photography.
of Braille - Lesson plan for fourth through sixth grades utilizing
the Braille alphabet and information on Helen Keller.
Involvement for the Handicapped- "Sharilynn Russo, a speech pathologist,
uses photographs of foods from restaurant menus, grocery items, and other
objects from the community environment of her severely mentally and/or
physically handicapped students to help them learn to communicate their
needs and behave appropriately in public places."
Morgan, Colorado: 100 Years of Progress and Promise- "The group
of 10 eighth and ninth graders who completed this project spent one to
three hours a day in the school's Resource Room program for students with
learning disabilities or significant identifiable emotional or behavior
Community-Based Reading with Photos- "Jean Resor used photographs
of words as they actually appear in the community to help her 11 mentally
handicapped students (below 55 IQ) improve their reading skills to function
more independently in community and school environments."
Books for Parent Home Training- "The teachers photographed each
child to demonstrate the child's current positioning, exercise, and communication
objectives and also the direction and handling skills needed by parents
to help the children attain these objectives."
for Language Use and Awareness- "In the process, the students
gained self-confidence and pride in their accomplishments; increased their
communications skills; came to better understand connections between visual,
written, and spoken components of language; and developed more positive
attitudes toward academic assignments as a result of their successes."
in the Language Development of Deaf Children- "Language and reading
lessons were intended to become more exciting and relevant as photos of
the students in action were used to introduce new vocabulary words and
to serve as inspiration for creating simple descriptive sentences."
Teacher and students then used the sets of photos-of both model and children
-- to study how the tongue, teeth, lips, jaw, and facial features (articulators)
looked as the different sounds were made correctly and incorrectly.