**Given moderate assistance, ________ will interpret the data and answer informational questions using a graph (picture, bar) and map in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

*(Math 1: 5.1)*

Given moderate assistance, ________ will interpret the data and answer informational questions using a graph (picture, bar) in 4/5 recorded opportunities. (i.e. Which one has the most? Which one has the least? How many altogether?)

Given moderate assistance, ________ will interpret the data and answer informational questions using a map in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**Provided with a graph, ________ will analyze and interpret the representations with minimal gestural or visual assistance given 4/5 opportunities.**

*[**Math 9: 5.1 Analyze and interpret frequency distributions based on spread, symmetry, skewness, clusters and outliers.]*

Provided with a circle graph, ________ will interpret the representations of data by answering literal questions (i.e.

*"How many students chose pizza as their favorite food?"*) with minimal gestural or visual assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a bar graph, ________ will interpret the representations of data by answering literal questions with minimal gestural or visual assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a line graph, ________ will interpret the representations of data by answering literal questions with minimal gestural or visual assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a circle graph, ________ will interpret the representations of data by answering evaluative questions (i.e.

*"How many more students chose pizza as their favorite food compared to hamburgers?"*) with minimal gestural or visual assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a bar graph, ________ will interpret the representations of data by answering evaluative questions with minimal gestural or visual assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a line graph, ________ will interpret the representations of data by answering evaluative questions with minimal gestural or visual assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

**Given visual supports (e.g. color-coding, highlighting, quantitative illustration), ____ will answer informational questions about a graph containing quantitative vocabulary (**

__more, less, most, least__) with minimal assistance (1 visual or gestural cue) in 4 out of 5 opportunities.Given visual supports, ____ will answer informational questions about a graph containing quantitative vocabulary word "more" with minimal assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, ____ will answer informational questions about a graph containing quantitative vocabulary word "less" with minimal assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, ____ will answer informational questions about a graph containing quantitative vocabulary word "most" with minimal assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, ____ will answer informational questions about a graph containing quantitative vocabulary word "least" with minimal assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

**Given visual support, ________ will read and follow multi-step directions and arrange events in sequential order (example: using photos, charts or schedules, using real events that ________ participates in, or is interested in) with no more than 1 cue (minimum) in 80% of the opportunities.**

**Given visual support, ________ will read and follow multi-step written directions to complete activities outside of classroom**

*(such as delivering items)*in the school environment with no more than 1 cue in 4/5 trials.

Given visual supports ________ will follow multi-step written directions to complete data entry or other computer related tasks by typing specific information in a designated area with minimum cue in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support such as photos of himself doing activities, ________ will arrange events in sequential order in the school environment with no more than 1 cue in 4/5 trials

**With visual support (limited field, or highlighting) and minimum cues, ________ will answer literal questions(who, what, where, yes, no) from written topics of interest, and informational questions from charts or schedules related to factual events in 4/5 opportunities.**

With visual support and minimum cues, ________ will answer literal

**"who"**questions related to factual events or other written topics of interest 4/5 opportunities.

With visual support and minimum cues, ________ will answer literal

**"what"**questions related to factual events or other written topics of interest in 4/5 opportunities.

With visual support and minimum cues, ________ will answer literal

**"where"**questions related to factual events or other written topics of interest 4/5 opportunities.

With visual support and minimum cues, ________ will answer "informational questions" of factual events or other topics of interest from charts or schedules in 4/5 opportunities.

**Given visual supports, ________ will answer "who" and "what" questions when read a simple story independently in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.**

**[**3. Reading Applications: Informational, Technical and Persuasive Text C. Identify the central ideas and supporting details of informational text.]With visual supports , ________ will correctly answer "who" questions when read a simple story from a field of three independently in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

With visual supports, ________ will correctly answer "what" questions when read a simple story from a field of three independently in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**________ will solve in writing real-world two-step problems involving money, elapsed time, and measurement independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

**________ will solve in writing real-world two-step problems involving money independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

________ will solve in writing real-world two-step problems involving elapsed time independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

________ will solve in writing real-world two-step problems involving measurement independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

## Goals Only

By May 20__, (name) will measure the lengths of 2 objects in feet and inches and add and subtract the two measurements with 80% accuracy in a minimum of 10 recorded opportunities over a period of 2 months, as measured by observation and performance assessments.