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Adapted from: Ministry of Education (1998). The IEP Guidelines: Planning for Students with Special Education Needs.

Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of


Education.

Name: Nehal Yaser
DOB: 26-11-2002
School: Emirates National School
Class: 5.2
Date of Meeting: 6-May-2014
Review date: 6-Octoper-2014
Location: Councillor Office
Long term aim (1-2 years)
Making friends, building self-confident and
communicating her culture with others.
Team members present
Parent: Yaser and Majeda
Teacher: Ms Nashreen Brey
Others: Councillor: Ms Taghreed
Friend: Wajed, Principal: Ms Valarie

Focus: Social/Emotional/Attitudinal/Creative & Resourceful/Technological etc:

Present skills and needs:
Skills: have the courage to participate in activities.
Needs: building self-confidence, acceptance from others in the classroom, reminding herself with tasks, expand communication in the
classroom.
Learning Outcomes Success Criteria Summary of Adapted Teaching Strategies, Resources Who will help the
child learn this?
- To be able to present
the diversity in the
classroom by showing
cultural identity.

- To be able to
collaborate in learning
in order to build social
skills by group
projects.

- To be able to build
confidence in
presentations.
- The student will
show and tell the
differences and
similarities between
her culture and
different cultures.

- The students will
demonstrate
communication by
collaboration in
group projects.

- The student will
perform speaking in
public and give
presentations.
Strategies:
- Demonstrating high expectations for all culturally and
ethnically diverse students.
- Understanding students home culture, in order to
comprehend their behaviours.
- Tapping into students cultural backgrounds in order to
enhance learning and communication in the classroom.
- Choosing culturally relevant curriculum that reflects
students heritage.
- Identify and dispel cultural stereotypes in the classroom.
- Showing the students the care about their needs and
strength regardless their identities.
- Building communication skills in the classroom by making
discussion sessions.
- Building self-image and healthy self-worth.
Resources:
- Songs that supports cultural differences such as
www.songsforteaching.com
- Stories that tell lessons about diversity in the world such as
- Teachers

- Friend

- Councillor

- Parents


Adapted from: Ministry of Education (1998). The IEP Guidelines: Planning for Students with Special Education Needs. Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of
Education.

www.keystage2literacy.co.uk
- Educational videos that demonstrate different cultures such
as www.watchknowlearn.org
- Using collaborative dashboards such as www.Edomdo.com
Evaluation: To be completed at review meeting

















Adapted from: Ministry of Education (1998). The IEP Guidelines: Planning for Students with Special Education Needs. Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of
Education.

Name: Nehal Yasser
DOB: 26-11-2002
School: Emirates National School
Class: 5.2
Date of Meeting: 6-May-2014
Review date: 6-October-2014
Location: councillor office
Long term aim (1-2 years)
Enhancing English language (reading, writing
and speaking) to match her grade level.
Team members present
Parent/caregiver: Yaser and Majeda
Teacher: Ms Nashreen Brey
Others: Councillor: Ms Taghreed
Friend: Wajed, Principal: Ms Valarie
Focus: Curriculum Area: English Language Arts

Present skills and needs:
Skills: Likes to participate in classroom activities, Likes to sing and dance.
Needs: Learning how to speak, read and write in English to match her grade level. Learning how to respond in English to her teacher. Reading
aloud in front of the class.
Learning Outcome Success Criteria Summary of Adapted Teaching Strategies, Resources

Who will help the
child learn this?
- To be able to
read in English.*
- To be able to
speak fluently in
English.*
- To be able to
write in English
without spelling
mistakes.*
- * Matching age
and grade level.
- The student will be
able to read and
comprehend English
passages and be able
to answer questions
about it.
- The students will be
able to have a
conversation in
English fluently.
- The student will be
able to write a piece of
writing about any
topic without spelling
mistakes.
- Using online English songs (www.songsforteaching.com)
- Group activities.
- Using flash cards with pictures.
- Online quizzes.(www.prepdog.org)
- Modifying the text with simpler words.
- Using Ipad applications such as:
Grammar such as Grammar Up and Grammar Fun and
Sentence Builder.
Vocabulary such as Vocabology and
Reading such as Wordbook XL (dictionary and
thesaurus) and Hooked on Phonics Learn to Read.
- Teacher

- Parents

- Friend Wajed

Adapted from: Ministry of Education (1998). The IEP Guidelines: Planning for Students with Special Education Needs. Wellington, New Zealand: Ministry of
Education.

Evaluation: To be completed at review meeting





Resources:
- Songs for Teaching (2012). www.songsforteaching.com. Retrieved 15-May-14 from http://www.songsforteaching.com/index.html
- Key stage 2 literacy (2014) www.keystage2literacy.co.uk Retrieved 15-May-14 from http://www.keystage2literacy.co.uk/persuasion.html
- Watch know learn. Free education video. Organized (2014) www.watchknowlearn.org Retrieved 15-May-14 from http://www.watchknowlearn.org/
- Edmodo. Learn Any Where (2014) www.Edmodo.com Retrieved 15-May-14 from http://www.edomdo.com/
- Prepdog.org (2013). www.prepdog.org Retrieved 15-May-14 from http://www.prepdog.org/