Reading Comprehension IEP Goal Bank

HAPPY FREEBIE FRIDAY! 

IEP Goals

All month we have been talking about Reading Comprehension.  For this Freebie Friday we are giving away our Reading Comprehension IEP Goal Bank.

We get so many questions around IEP goals, what they should look like and what they should include. We have compiled this list so when you are in the IEP process you have a variety of goals at your fingertips.  

HOW WE USE IT

This list is broken into 3 different categories, Background Knowledge, Self-Monitoring, and Specific Reading Comprehension Strategies. Depending on where your student needs support, choose which categories and goals would be appropriate for your student.  The goals are pre-written with a space to input individualized data points and targets so that the goal can directly reflect the student's needs.

IMPORTANT PIECES TO NOTE 

A very important quality of an IEP goal is that it is tailored to a student's individual needs.  We recognize the concern around using templated goals and that some feel this reduces their ability to individualize the IEP. Our list allows you to put in very specific data points and you should only be selecting the goals that fit the specific student. The template ensures that the goals will be measurable without taking away the ability to individualize them to the student. 

I LOVE THIS IDEA! HOW CAN I GET IT?

This freebie has expired. But not to worry, we have tons of resources available in our membership platform if you are interested. If not, and you are just looking for free stuff - we have an awesome freebie available every week.

Be on the lookout for our online course that will dive into all the key components of reading and how they blend together to get the best outcomes for struggling readers.

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