Who was this resource created for?
I created this PLP Reflection packet and Student Slide Show Template for students with moderate, intensive needs in special education settings. I teach a semi, self-contained class of middle school students with a range of disabilities from Down Syndrome to Autism to Speech and Language Disorders.
These students are part of general education advisories. In these advisories, they are working along with their peers to create goals and reflect on their work and goals. When I received notification from my students’ advisors that the advisory students would have to present a reflection of their work, I knew I had to prepare a guide for them that was modified to meet their needs as learners.
What does this resource include?
This resource includes a work packet that guides students in reflecting on their PLP goals, brainstorming their best work, reflecting on their work, and helps them prepare a presentation. It even has a presentation checklist, so your students can make sure they have included all necessary information. The brainstorm includes a visual page to helps students that need visuals. This packet also includes a grading rubric if you would like to assess students’ presentations. The zip file also contains a Powerpoint slideshow template that students can use as a guide to creating their presentations. This slideshow template is ready for your students to edit. If you have Google Classroom, you can upload this slideshow to Google Classroom as an assignment, make a copy for each student, and they will be good to go! You can also edit the slideshow template ahead of time to meet your students’ needs.
What is the goal of this resource?
With this resource, I want students with diverse needs to be able to participate with their general education peers. I want all students to have the opportunity to reflect on their goals even if they need more guidance to do so. I hope that this resource supports your students’ needs.
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