Goal: When reading a 5th grade passage and a word is unknown, Scott will be able to use the context clues, word roots, prefixes, suffixes and inflectional ending within a passage for 3 out of 4 trials. In reading, Scott is diligently working on expanding his vocabulary words. When Scott comes to a word that he doesn’t know he is able to figure out the meaning within the context, but he doesn’t know how to pronounce the word. He has been working on expanding on his vocabulary range of words that are of grade appropriate.
When looking at her school work and from the information that was previously gathered from sessions with Hailey, it was important to assess her as an oral reader, silent reader, writer, word solver, problem solver, and her comprehension. Using a variety of assessments and taking the new information and planning to help Hailey be more successful was important. Also, looking at how Hailey performs across academic areas was another clue to help her be a better student. To have a better picture of Hailey, she brought her academic folders with her to review some of her class work and writing responses, almost like a work portfolio. Hailey made it clear that Science and Math can be more difficult for her than other
Abstract On July 23, 1995, Janet Downing was found stabbed to death in her Somerville, Massachusetts home. With strong compelling evidence and creditable eyewitness testimony, Edward O’Brien was arrested for Downing’s murder. O’Brien was only fifteen years old and good friends with Downing’s son Ryan at the time of the murder. The first initial hearing judged that O’Brien would be tried as a juvenile, however this judgment would later be reversed.
Direct Evidence- Karla Brown was found face down in a bucket of water with her hands tied behind her back. The investigators found that the body was staged, two soacks were neatly tied around karla's eyes which was unlikely if there was a struggle. The soacks were also from inside the house, which meant the killer went through the house. The electrical cord that tied karla's arms back were to loose to restrain her. She was found with a sweater that she wouldn't wear in the summer, the sweaters button were fasten with wouldn't be possible if she was in a struggle. The couch in the basement was damp with blood on in and around it, the coffee pot from the kitchen was hidden in the cliening floor board and was said to used to cleaning off the couch. There were two men interviewed due to the fact that they had a verbal exchange with Karla not to long before her murder. Both men had alabis and past a polygraph test. Several years after the murder new technology was used to recreate injuries that were found on the body. It was
Katherine Knight 1 OVERVIEW OF THE CRIME On February 29th of 2000, after finally getting fed up with the constant assaults he endured from his partner; Katherine Knight, John price went to the Scone Magistrates court to take out an apprehended violence order (AVO) against Katherine, in a hope to keep her away from his kids and himself once and for all. Later that night, an unknowing Katherine Knight turned up to John Price’s house and they went on to have sexual intercourse. After this, Knight stabbed Price in his sleep, resulting in Price attempting to run away down the hall, this, however was an unsuccessful attempt and knight ended up stabbing him at-least a further 36 times.
She does try to fill me in on what they are working on and has so far seemed comfortable with what the class is doing. We have also been working on building Ashley’s vocabulary. In order to add new vocabulary in context, I have been reading Ashley high interest books with challenging vocabulary. We discuss the story and new words and review both content and language as we go. Ashley has been using more advanced vocabulary during our discussions.
Kimorah is a second-grade general education student from a school in the St. George area of Staten Island, New York. Upon having Kimorah assigned as my student and before meeting her, I learned that through prior assessments it is established that she is on a C reading level, and in the second grade. When I think of second graders, I think of babies that were just born into this world a couple years ago, but among meeting Kimorah I quickly realized that she is a person in every sense of the word. Kimorah is a 7-year-old extroverted girl, who is expressive and full of personality. Consequently, shyness does not affect her, but to break the ice further I decided to conduct a set of fun activities.
Compensation Notes: Kimberly Bell-Burke is being compensated on step 2 on the AP. salary schedule. However, because of the new pay scale that was adopted after the merger from legacy SCS her monies were put at a higher rate, so therefore her compensation is overseeing the amount that she was making with legacy MCS and she had no breaking in her
Michelle Wilkins, a 27-year-old pregnant woman, went through a tramatic event. She ended up at Dynel Lane's house after seeing an ad on Craigslist about free maternity clothes. Michelle said she had to go but thought Dynel was lonely because she just kept talking over her. She stayed a while longer and listened to Dynel, thinking she was being thoughtful. After finally deciding it was time to go, Michelle was guided down to the basement where Dynel claimed to have more maternity clothes. Out of nowhere, Dynel attacked Michelle. At first, it started as a simple tug on her sweater. However, it soon turned chaotic. As Michelle tried to escape, Dynel ended up on top of her and attempted to suffocate her with a pillow. Somehow, she managed to knock the the pillow out of her hands. As the attack came to an end, Michelle began losing consciousness. The final horrific event occured when Dynel took a knife to Michelle's stomach and cut out her child. Michelle awoke to, "blood seeping through my pants and I could feel my intestines outside of my body." The case was taken to court and Dynel was found guilty of attempted first-degree murder, assault, unlawful
Each individual that worked with Jill including the medical doctor, the resource teacher, the physical therapist, the occupational therapist, and the adaptive physical educator had a specific paragraph within this section that described how Jill was doing and the progress she was making. Also, there was a section on the medication she was taking at that time. 2. Measurable annual goal(s): Several annual goals were provided within this IEP. These goals
Growing up as a young black African-American girl in the rural south, Atlanta Georgia to be exact was not just southern peaches and cream, but more everyday trials and tribulations that built character. Marie Linnette Scott, born on 09/21/1930 at a healthy seven pounds, 2 ounces to the late Fannie Brown and Fredrick Brown. She was the second daughter of the family and the last child. Marie was the baby in the family and brought so much joy to her family. Having a father as a farmer and a mother as a housewife taught Marie to work hard and always keep up on household duties. On April 13th, 2016 I had the pleasure to interview Marie Linette Scott and the information I received during my interview I will cherish and always remember.
Kimberly Sue Cherry was born in 1970 to Judith Barger and Paul Wells at Centerville Hosptial. Kimberly prefers to be addressed as "Kim". She was raised in Collinsville, IL in a single parent home, with her mother. Her mother left her father when she was two years old. Kim 's mother told her that her father had a drinking problem and he was not the best fit for their family (Kim 's father still drinks heavly to this day). Kim states she had a postitive childchild. Her mother taughter her manners and to be responsiable; such as, right from wrong, to have respect for elders, and to treat others like you would want to be treated. She states that she was a happy child, expect when she would do something wrong. Her mother would used time outs
Based on the reading interest survey and the garfield reading attitude survey, she is highly motivated to be involved in reading, both academically and recreationally. I think that this strength can really benefit her improvement if the teacher and parents can capitalize on it. Another area of strength was that Rylie can identify the first and last letter of each word when decoding words. Rylie is able to identify the phoneme of the first and last letter and what sound should be made with it. So it does appear that she has developed sound isolation, for at least the first and last letter.
She also handed being overwhelmed well, in which we all know learning a 2o words is hard and stressful, but think about the fact that she had to learn around 5oo words. We can’t let that hold us back we got to keep on pushing forward to succeed and along the way we will learn from everyone around us and help others and ourselves along the