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Student Needs Chart ED 450

Student

Description of Student

Very creative, always making or


drawing something
Hard to keep his attention
Very high in math
Very low in reading (possible
LD?)
Loves Pokmon
Tells great stories

Frequently absent
Very high in reading and math,
but will pretend he isnt
Easily frustrated
Gets along with peers
Typical boy on the playground

Absent at least 2-3 days a week


Generally, comes in around
10:30
Very quiet and slow moving
Title 1 for reading and math
Young parents- only child

How are you applying your knowledge and skills to meet the
unique cognitive, behavioral, and/or cultural needs of each
student?
Speaking and listening skills- Call and respond; eyes on me, thumbs up
when youre ready, following directions; clear step by step directions,
written and oral, ask students to repeat directions
Writing and spelling; Writing wall ideas, Sentence starters on wall,
Whole group word mapping and word walls, Structured language
(whiteboards, letter cards, word work daily 5, word building, smart
board activities, computer based games), Writing structure review
Reading; Witch fingers to point at words while reading and writing, Raz
kids, daily 5 (read to self and listen to reading), book baskets, whole
group weekly story
Parent involvement; Class dojo- sends report to parents immediately,
can send messages to all parents, weekly updates of spelling words,
math, science, and SS focus, important reminders, pictures
Creativity- Craft corner- scissors, glue, paper, creative writing prompts,
class crafts
Visual timer to complete work in timely matter, visual schedule daily
Speaking and listening skills- Review back to classroom rules (be safe,
raise your hand, respect), Call and respond (eyes on me, thumbs up
when youre ready) following directions (clear step by step directions,
written and oral, ask students to repeat directions), Think pair share,
tell a neighbor, cold call for answer
Frequent wiggle breaks
Responsibility; Classroom jobs for points, points collected all week to
spend at Dojo store on Fridays, we give whole class points for students
that have a hard time earning them on their own
Parent involvement is limited; Tamara is in contact through Facebook
sometimes. We send home newsletters with class updates since she
isnt on dojo
Speaking and listening skills- Think pair share, tell a neighbor, cold call
for answer
Writing and spelling; Writing wall ideas, Use spelling words in sentence,
Sentence starters on wall, Whole group word mapping and word walls
Reading; Witch fingers to point at words while reading and writing, Raz
kids, daily 5 (read to self and listen to reading)
Parent involvement is limited; in contact with counselor, neighbors, try
to talk to mom when she brings her to school. We save her breakfast

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VERY social!!!
Tells tons of stories
Wants to go to college to be a
ballerina
Very low in reading and math
Says she has brothers and
sisters- only child

Very high in reading and math


Always paying attention to the
teacher
Never breaks any rules
Very sensitive emotionally
Possibly OCD?
Just dad, James, and 2 girls at
home (mom???)

Mom is a paraprofessional in
the Kindergarten
2nd time in 1st grade
Came from Gilbert
Tries her hardest with
everything
Title 1- math and reading
Loves to color, hang with the
teacher, play pretend

Busy body
Cant sit still
Very bossy
Sensitive

for her and send her home with extra snacks and food.
Social skills; refer to rules (be safe, be kind, be respectful), empathy
videos, how to be a good friend, character lessons.
Reading and writing; structure language, word wall, writing wall ideas,
sentence starters, whole group word mapping, daily 5 work (read to
self, listen to reading, writing, and word work), storytelling writing
prompts
Math- lots of manipulatives and one-on-one assistance, multiple
strategies, promote perseverance, give lots of processing time
Responsibility; class dojo points for academic, social, and behavior
rewards and consequences
Extra work bin, math binders, classroom job, etc. to keep him busy
when he finishes his work.
Differentiated lessons; mobymax, razkids, leveled daily 5 work, etc.
Given big classroom jobs because he enjoys the responsibility
We refer to James when we need a Perfect example of rule follower,
someone to explain the directions, or explain his answer to others.
Loves to write; writing wall ideas, whole group word mapping, daily 5
writing ideas, writing prompts.
Limited parent involvement; send home newsletters for classroom
updates
Teachers pet- wants to be helpful, teacher for a lesson, classroom job,
help your neighbor,
Used to show class Perfect example of how to be a good friend
Math; manipulatives, one-on-one assistance generally, multiple
strategies, celebrate perseverance
Reading; Raz kids, daily 5 reading (read to self), witch fingers to point
and words
Writing and spelling; word wall, writing wall, daily 5 writing and word
work, sparkle, spelling list games
Parent involvement is great; mom keeps us informed of what they work
on at home and the progress she sees already. Dojo points for extra
work she does at home (the more practice the better)
Social skills; refer to rules (be safe, be kind, be respectful), empathy
videos, how to be a good friend, character lessons.
Lots of wiggle breaks, alternate seating as often as possible
Clear expectations when giving directions
Constant contact with parents on dojo

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Low in reading and math


Asks very thoughtful questions
Mostly plays with the boys
Doesnt have confidence in
herself in academics

Special Ed- pull out for reading


and math
Speech- very hard to
understand
Is capable of doing the work but
will refuse
Mood is high or low
Twin- boy and girl
High in math and reading
Transfer from Marquette school
Loves school
Minecraft and five nights of
Freddy
Baby of the family- mom and
sister do a lot for him
Hilarious kid- class clown
Active!
Hard to keep his attention
Very high in math and reading
OCD- ODD- ADHD- Aspergers
(according to mom)
No IEP
Title 7
Nervous- sucks thumb and
plays with his ears

Writing skills are impressive for first grade- lots of interesting writing
prompts provided, writing wall ideas, spelling words in sentences.
Reading and writing; uses witch finger to point at words while reading
and writing (finger spaces), word wall review, Sparkle (spelling game),
lots of structured language (whiteboards, letter cards, word building),
daily 5 (writing wall), creative writing prompts with whole group word
mapping and idea building
Math; manipulatives (beads, counters, number lines, blocks), multiple
strategies,
Model citizen to other students to show good- we call on her a lot when
we need a really thoughtful answer or good example
Daily visual schedule
Classroom rules must be enforced for all students in classroom- Noah
needs frequent reminders
Sensory breaks when class gets hectic
Loves the computers- allowed to use during breaks

Finishes work quickly- differentiated assignments, Extra work bins in


classroom, reading corner, math binder
Classroom job
Writing wall for writing ideas
-lots of YouTube song or video breaks or brain break activities to get the
kids up and moving (get wiggles out)
-provide step by step directions with class repetition
-refer back to classroom rules frequently, #1 rule is be safe.
-celebrate independence when he does something without being
reminded
-sensory room breaks when needed, usually right before or after lunch
- I give him extra snacks to take home when he asks for them (seems to
have a difficult home situation)
-He needs to stay busy so we created a class art center full of craft
supplies for the kids to use during breaks, we also have an extra work
basket for the kids to complete for extra dojo points
- we use class dojo to make the kids responsible for their behaviors with

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13

Very sweet- to teachers and


classmates
Always doing extra work during
recess
Speech
IEP
Very social
Loves school
Always helping his friends

rewards and consequences


Consistency is important with Damon so we stick to a daily visual
schedule that is at the front of the classroom
Fine motor skills are low- pencil grips, cut and paste worksheets, art
supplies for crafts.
Low writing skills- we created a writing wall with ideas for writing,
sentence starters up on curtain, try using spelling words in writing, oneon-one help during daily 5 writing.
Loves to play games with groups of people; candy land, twister, Legos,
blocks
Mom and dad volunteer in the classroom weekly, Ben is the baby of
family by a big age difference, we inform the parents of new ideas to
try at home with reading and writing.
211/220
Reading H books
Needs lot of manipulatives with math; counters, beads, dice, cards
(hands on math)
Focus on structured language (daily review)
Writing wall, sentence starters, one-on-one help with writing in daily 5
-provide step by step directions with class repetition
-refer back to classroom rules frequently, #1 rule is be safe.

14

Very young and immature


Struggles with math and ela

15

The mom of the class


Super sensitive
Always taking care of others
Wants to help all the time
Struggles with math and gets
frustrated easily

Needs lot of manipulatives with math; counters, beads, dice, cards


(hands on math)
Try to build confidence in math by celebrating any and all perseverance
Classroom job to stay busy
Mom and dad are in constant connection on Dojo, super supportive with
homework and concerns

16

VERY talkative
Huge personality
Medicated for ADHD
Works with mom on school
work at home ALL the time
Wants to please his teachers
Very touchy- needs hugs a lot

Establishing a set of class rules and responsibilities was very importantuse class dojo points to keep students accountable
Dojo points are what he lives for, does extra work at home to gain
points to spend at the dojo store at the end of the week (buys whole
class prizes and teacher for a lesson)
Struggles socially so we play a lot of games in small groups
Emphasis on having a good attitude and how to deal with feelings when
we are disappointed, mad, and sad
Emphasis on character; videos, lessons, assignments, projects

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Classroom job to stay busy
Extra work bins for early finishers as well as students who want to do
extra work during breaks