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Functional curriculum for elementary, middle, and secondary age students with special needs

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Published by Pro-Ed in Austin, Tex .
Written in English

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  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Special education -- Curricula -- United States,
    • Students with disabilities -- Curricula -- Education -- United States,
    • Curriculum planning -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      Other titlesFunctional curriculum
      Statementedited by Paul Wehman, John Kregel.
      ContributionsWehman, Paul., Kregel, John, Ed. D.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLC3981 .F85 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationix, 323 p. :
      Number of Pages323
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1012544M
      ISBN 100890797218
      LC Control Number96053194

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      This book describes how to build a functional curriculum for students-that is, a curriculum with everyday usefulness and value in making the student more competent and independent. This edition also shows teachers how to tie the curriculum from the elementary school to the curricula of middle and secondary schools, and ultimately to tasks. Sep 7, - Explore sbolema's board "Functional Curriculum", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Curriculum, Life skills, Teaching pins.

      The elementary and secondary curricula provide a much-needed cohesiveness for students from kindergarten through transition age. 3. Teaching functional academics in context ensures maintenance and generalization. 2. The curriculum actively engages students with mild, moderate, and severe developmental disabilities, including on: SW 35th Avenue Portland, OR, United States. dress, materials or equipment needs and transportation needs - daily planner - newspaper - radio - television - telephone book - bus schedules - field trips - guest speakers Physical Education F Utilize safety principles in activity situations. D. Indicate if something is fair or Size: KB.


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Austin, TX: Pro-Ed. The third edition of Functional Curriculum middle Elementary and Secondary Students with Special Needs outlines a broad conceptual framework of functionality for children and adolescents with disabilities.

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The second edition of Functional Curriculum for Elementary, Middle, and Secondary Age Students with Special Needs has an expanded framework for a functional and longitudinal curriculum for. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: Curriculum design / Paul Wehman --Designing instructional programs / John Kregel --Self-determination / Paul Sale, James E.

Martin --Functional academics / Pamela S. Wolfe, Wendy A. Harriott --Financial planning and money management / Kathryn. This week I wanted to take a look at the few functional curricula we have available commercially to use with students who are typically on alternate assessments.

But wait. sometimes a functional curriculum can be useful even for our students in the gifted range if they have missed some needed skills along the way–which they frequently have. Get free shipping on Functional Curriculum for Elementary and Secondary Students With Special Needs: Edition:3rd ISBN from TextbookRush at a great price and get free shipping on orders over $35.

Functional curriculum for elementary, middle, and secondary age students with special needs by Paul Wehman,Pro-Ed edition, in EnglishPages: Description. The fourth edition of Functional Curriculum for Elementary and Secondary Students with Special Needs outlines a broad conceptual framework of functional skills for children and adolescents with disabilities.

The book describes how to build a curriculum for students that emphasizes everyday useful activities and content that leads the student to greater. will include all students. Curriculum subject areas generally included in an ecological approach to functional curriculum, according to Lou Brown and his colleagues at the University of Wisconsin, include activities in the following environments: 1.

Domestic: Skills and activities associated with personal care and living in the home. Size: 1MB. Community living. In P. Wehman & J. Kregel (Eds.), Functional curriculum for elementary, middle Wehman, P. Curriculum design. In & J. Kregel (Eds.), Functional curriculum for elementary, middle, and secondary age students with special needs () Functional Skills Training for People with Intellectual and Developmental Cited by: 4.

However, today I wanted to focus on the older students and how we can meet their needs while remembering they are middle and high schoolers.

One of the reasons I started making materials for classrooms was because I was tired of walking into so many secondary classrooms that either had no materials or the activities they were doing and creating.

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0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in. A wonderful book entitled: Functional Curriculum for Elementary, Middle and Secondary Age Students With Special Needs, has a lot of information about functional skills.

This book is edited by Paul Wehman and John Kregal. What You Need to Know About Functional Skills and Transition in Special Education Unlike other children, students with disabilities often require an education that goes beyond the basic subjects that state standards require.

While academics -- such as math and reading -. A F ti l C i l i ft di t d t l i ti itA Functional Curriculum is often directed at learning an activity– cashing a check, taking a bus, etc. Functional performance of the activity is the goal Skills are taught as part of the activity – adding, comprehending, greeting, Size: KB.

Functional skills are those skills a student needs to live independently. An important goal of special education is for our students to gain as much independence and autonomy as possible, whether their disability is emotional, intellectual, physical, or a combination of two or more (multiple) : Jerry Webster.

Functional Curriculum for Elementary, Middle, and Secondary Age Students With Special Needs By Paul Wehman (editor) and John Kregel (editor) Retrieved 0 of 20 bookstores.The third edition of Functional Curriculum for Elementary and Secondary Students with Special Needs outlines a broad conceptual framework of functionality for children and adolescents with disabilities.

This book describes how to build a functional curriculum for students — that is, a curriculum with everyday usefulness and value in making the student more competent and.

Functional math skills are those skills that students need to live independently in the community, care for themselves, and make choices about their lives. Functional skills make it possible for students with disabilities to make choices about where they will live, how they will make money, what they will do with money, and what they will do with their spare : Jerry Webster.