Basic Skills Checklists: Teacher-Friendly Assessment for Students with Autism or Special Needs

Basic Skills Checklists: Teacher-Friendly Assessment for Students with Autism or Special Needs

by Marlene Breitenbach

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781932565751
Publisher: Future Horizons, Inc.
Publication date: 05/01/2008
Pages: 53
Sales rank: 1,248,558
Product dimensions: 8.30(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.40(d)

About the Author

Marlene Breitenbach, M.S.Ed., BCBA is a special educator and consultant with over 25 years of experience teaching children with autism and severe disabilities. She is currently Special Education Autism Coordinator at the Department of Education in Prince Edward Island, Canada, where she provides academic/behavioral assessment and individualized program support for students in inclusive settings. Marlene also conducts staff training and was an invited member of the Consensus Panel selected by the New York State Department of Health.

Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION

DESCRIPTION

ADMINISTRATION
Individual and Group Administration
Checklist Selection
Materials Selection
Task Presentation
Scoring
Reviewing Results

CHECKLISTS

BASIC CONCEPTS
Identical Matching
Non-identical Matching
Sorting I
Sorting II
Colors
Shapes
Body Parts I
Body Parts II
Categories
Sequencing
Opposites
Prepositions

READING AND LANGUAGE ARTS
Alphabet Skills I
Alphabet Skills II
Community Signs
Dictionary Skills
Capitalization and Punctuation

MATH
Number Concepts
Addition
Subtraction
Calendar
Time
Money
Measurement

FINE MOTOR
Functional Hand Skills
Manipulative Play
Clothing Management I
Clothing Management II
Art I
Art II
Pre-Writing
Writing
Clerical I
Clerical II

INDEPENDENCE
School Skills I
School Skills II
School Skills III
Schedule Use
Work Skills
Home-School Jobs

PARENT CHECKLISTS
Eating - Food Preparation
Grooming
Dressing I
Dressing II
Toileting
Domestic Tasks I

APPENDIX

 

What People are Saying About This

From the Publisher

"The checklist is an excellent starting point when you begin with a new student ... it is a resource that one can refer back to throughout the year." Tanya Jenkins "First Grade Teacher"

“I love this book! We have given it to all our schools in District 2.”
Donna Legacy, Resource Support Teacher
 

“Marlene is a gifted teacher…I am grateful for this book and use it regularly.”
Wendy Hamill, Resource Teacher for Autism
 

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