Iep Goals For Social Interactions

Iep Goals For Social Interactions

Agreement.Objective #14 Follow through on making commitments involved in a decision.Objective #15 Ignore classroom conflict by remaining in seat, not getting verbally involved and practicing self management.Objective #16 Cooperate with group decisions in which the student is not in agreement.Objective #17 Appropriately state angry feelings to person involved in the situation.

Objective #18 Take a time out without physical assist by teacher(s).Objective #19 Participate in competitive game until the end of the period, regardless of outcome without complaining (be a good sport).

Objective #20 Accept feedback approObjective #25 Keep accurate record of classroom and homework assignments.Objective #26 Finish a given academic task on time.Objective #27 Appropriateiy seek teachers help, when needed.Objective #28 Finish a given academic task on time.

Objective #29 Attempt tasks that may be considered challenging and be willing to take a risk with new material.Objective #30 Leave desirable activity on request without losing control.Objective #11 Follow the verbal direction in a timely manner.Objective #12 Comply with time out request near or at own desk.Objective #13 Comply with time out request within own classroom in a designated area.Objective #12 Ignore distractions while completing independent work.

Content Strand: Classroom/School Skills

Annual Goal #6 ____________ will transition effectively between classes, between activities, from bus to school, from class to mainstream class, etc.with ____________ frequency as measured by ____________.

Objective #1 Line up appropriately.

Objective #2 Walk in line with other students keeping pace of the leader without making physical contact.Objective #3 Change promptly from one activity/assignment to another without excessive hesitatio-awareness

Annual Goal #11 ___________ will identify and manage feelings (i.e., anger, anxiety, stress, frustration) on a daily basis with _________ frequency as measured by _____________.

Objective #1 Identify behaviors that cause others to become angry (e.g.., calling others names, tattling, making unkind remarks and discussing others).Objective #2 Express anger appropriately by using words to state feelings.Objective #3 Ask adult for help or move away to a quiet area (voluntary time out).Objective #4 Follow the direction to take a time out when asked by teacher.Objective #5 Respond to teasing from peers appropriately.

Objective #6 Control temper in conflict situations with adults.Objective #7 Receive feedback appropriately.Objective #8 Listen to the opinion of a peer without interrupting or walking away.

Objective #9 Seek help appropriately.Objective #10 State how his/her behavior affects others.Objective #11 Identify way(s) to ease frustration in hypothetical situations.Objective #12 Identify signs of frustration in self.Objective #13 Name ways people show approval/disapproval
iep goals for social interactions
.Objective #14 Describe situation's) in which student experiences a given emotion.Objective #15 Describe condition(s) which make the student feel angry.Objective #16 Distinguish between fact, rational belief and irrational belief.Objective #17 Manage unreasonable fears.Objective #18 Name alternative, appropriate ways to express emotions (pleasure, anger, and/or frustration).Objective #19 Express emotions appropriate to given situations.Objective #20 Describe feelings or mood when asked.

Objective #21 Correctly identify emotions (happy, scared, angry, sad, etc.) from a set of pictures.Objective #22 Continue to maintain appropriate behavior even when frustrated.Objective #23 Identify signs of anxiety and stress in self and others.

Objective #24 Practice methods to reduce anxiety and stress in real and simulated situations.

-control as directed by the teacher in role playing situation.Objective #27 Identify situations which lead to stress.Objective #28 Name alternative ways to handle frustration.Objective #29 Identify behaviors which demonstrate self-control.Objective #30 State a complaint appropriately.Objective #31 Answer a complaint appropriately.

Objective #32 Respond to persuasion appropriately.Objective #6 Learn and follow the rules when playing an organized game.Objective #7 Wait for turn when playing in a game.Objective #8 Use a voice tone and volume appropriate to the game and the setting.Objective #9 Display effort in a competitive game situation (e.g., listen to rules of the game, pay attention to action of game, and take an active part).Objective #10 Handle defeat in a competitive game situation by congratulating the winner without grumbling or engaging in other negative behaviors.Objective #11 Handle winning in a competitive game situation by supporting the loser, (e.g., without verbally attacking, degrading, making fun of, or engaging in other negative behaviors).Objective #12 Play as a member of any team game, carrying out the strategies and rules of the game.Objective #13 Identify appropriate behavior when presented with real or simulated situations involving peer pressure.Objective #48 Ignore teasing by walking away or not responding.Objective #49 Wait for turn in social situation without adult supervision.Objective #50 Wait his/her turn.Objective #51 Engage in rules of good sportsmanship.Objective #52 Engage in ______ minutes of free play or social situation without tattling, without supervision.Objective #53 Be an equal participant in play or conversation.Objective #54 Maintain appropriate space and boundaries.

Content Strand: Interpersonal Skills

Annual Goal #14 _____________ will use age appropriate social-sexual behavior ___________ (frequency) as measured by ____________.Objective #3 Select appropriate means to gain attention or affection.Objective #4 Demonstrate an awareness of appropriate place and time to engage in self Objective #26 Apologize/make restitution when own actions have injured or infringed upon another..

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