"I Can" statements and leveled checklists for Fourth grade ELA.
These are aligned with the Dynamic Learning Map Assessment and the are the alternative standards to the Common Core State Standards called Common Core Essential Elements (alternative standards for students with special needs/intellectual disabilities) for students with disabilities. You get all the standards for ELA for second grade in an "I Can" statement as well as checklists for each standard that include examples as well as broken down into 4 levels (IV, III, II, & I).
This product includes each ELA strand for Fourth Grade:
Reading Informational Text
Reading Foundational Skills
Speaking and Listening
Also included in this product is a standards checklist for you, as the teacher, to keep track of teaching the standards. This is also great for IEP goals and data tracking! Each standard is divided into 4 levels of performance (IV, III, II, and I) with examples of what that looks like at that level (just ideas, not a comprehensive list).
Along with the "I can" Posters there is an "I can" pennant to hang up on the wall along with the statement posters. These are great for students to know what they are working on. I have also included the "Header Poster" for each of the math strands to give you different options to display your posters.
You will get 69 pages of "I Can" posters and a 48 page checklist document with four levels.
You will receive a zipped file with a pdf to download. Make sure you are able to unzip the file. Thank you.
Check out my other ELA "I Can" posters and checklists for different grades
Kindergarten ELA "I Can" Posters and Checklists
First Grade ELA "I Can" Posters and Checklists
Second Grade ELA "I Can" posters and checklists
Third Grade ELA "I Can" posters and checklists
Fourth Grade ELA "I Can" posters and checklists
Fifth Grade ELA "I Can" Posters and Checklists
Sixth Grade ELA "I Can" posters and checklists
Make your own "I Can" posters
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