Meets BCD days

  • Essential Question: What challenges does the student face at home, school, community, and workplace? This course is designed to provide the opportunity to develop skills and a foundation of knowledge in order to be as independent as possible. 

     

     

    All students should:

    come to class on time.

    participate.

    complete their homework.

    give their best effort in all activities.

     

     

    Units

    1. Kitchen, Safety and Sanitation, Using Appropriate Equipment

     

    2. Community Signs/Transportation

     

    3. Personal Information and Pre-Employment Skills

     

    4. Hygiene and Your Best Self

     

    Ongoing: Social Skills

     

    Homework given every weekend and on an as needed basis.  Students will be instructed to write it down wherever they keep track of assignments.

     

    Every weekend:

    Weekend report to be complete for first class the following week.  Template to be filled in or a minimum of 3 sentences summarizing the weekend.

     

    Community Based Instruction:

    Various trips planned throughout year so concepts taught during class can be generalized in the community

     

    Activities of Daily Living:

    Once a month, a class period will be designated as ADL for students to perform specific skills using task analysis. They may be asked to carry these tasks over at home.