All the letters and graphemes for phase three are included, in various formats, large and small.
Facial dysmorphia, signs of asymmetry indicative of paresis, unusual spots, nodules, openings, growths, etc, all need to be documented.
Is there excessive tooth decay? Do you see an unusual absence of teeth? Is there an unusual bite open, cross, etc. Facial observations revealed dysmorphic features: A presence of mild-moderate hypotonicity low tone of the face [and trunk] was also noted.
FA presented with mostly closed mouth posture and appropriate oral postural control at rest but moderate drooling drool fell on clothes vs.
Articulatory structures including lips, tongue, hard palate and velum appeared to be unremarkable and are adequate for speech purposes.
Oral motor function was appropriate for lingual lateralization, labial retraction, volitional pucker and lingual elevation. Lingual depression was not achieved.
Diadochokinesis for sequential and alternate movements was unremarkable. No clinical dysfluencies were present during the evaluation. Vocal quality was remarkable for intermittent hoarseness which tended to decrease clear up as speech output increased and may be largely due to a cold he presented with a runny nose during the assessment.
Vocal quality should continue to be monitored during therapy sessions for indications of persistent hoarseness in the absence of a cold. Below is an excerpt discussing the strengths and needs of an month-old internationally adopted female.
No swallowing concerns were reported or observed during the assessment. The following foods and liquids were presented to AK during the assessment: AK was observed to accept all of the above foods and liquids readily when offered. Spoon Stripping and Mouth Closure: Since this strategy is working adequately for all parties in question no further recommendations regarding spoon feeding are necessary at this time.
Skill monitoring is recommended on an ongoing basis for further refinement. AK was observed to feed self Cheerios from a plate 1 at a time.
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She placed a cheerio laterally on lower right molars and attempted to grind it. When the cheerio was presented to AK midline she was observed to anteriorly munch it, or mash it against the hard palate. Notably, when too many cheerios were presented to her, rather than grasping and consuming them AK began to bang on a plate with both hands and throw the cheerios around the room.
During feeding, the most difficulty was observed with biting and chewing solid and semisolid fruit e. When presented with a banana, AK manifested moderate difficulties biting off an adequately sized piece she bit off too much. Consequently, due to the fact that she was unable to adequately chew on a piece that large, manual extraction of food from the oral cavity was initiated due to choking concerns.
It is important to note that during all food presentations AK did not display a diagonal rotary chew, which is below age expectancy for a child her age. Cup and Straw Drinking: AK was also observed to drink 40 mls of water from a cup given parental assistance. Minor anterior spillage was intermittently noted during liquid intake.
It is recommended that the parents modify cup presentation by providing AK with a plastic cup with two handles on each side, which would improve her ability to grasp and maintain hold on cup while drinking.
Straw drinking trials were attempted during the assessment as it is a skill which typically emerges between months of age and solidifies around months of age Hunt et al, When AK was presented with a shortened straw placed in cup, she was initially able to create enough intraoral pressure to suck in a small amount of liquid.
However, AK quickly lost the momentum and began to tentatively chew on the presented straw as which point the trial was discontinued. Based on the feeding assessment AK presented with mildly decreased abilities in the oral phase of feeding.
It is recommended that she receive feeding therapy with a focus on refining her feeding abilities.It is time for students to undergo the Evaluation phase of the 5E Instructional Model. They will self-evaluate, as well as be evaluated by the teacher.
Self-evaluation is an important piece of their total assessment. They will compare what they know now to what they knew at the outset. They will see how far they have come. Jolly Phonics Assessment 2 Reading the 43 Sounds by marina7garrido7guzm7.
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foUnDAtion PhAse Curriculum and Assessment Policy benjaminpohle.com /03/09 AM. CheCklist for Choosing textbooks Curriculum content • Does the textbook cover the curriculum comprehensively? • Is the content appropriately sequenced? • Reading and phonics • Writing . Planning and assessment materials for ages PlanIt. Our award winning scheme of * NEW * Phase 2 Phonics CVC Blending PowerPoint. Year 2 Maths Assessment Pack Term 1 Writing a Persuasive Text Display Poster. Persuasive Writing Checklist Display Posters. Features of Persuasion Texts Poster. How to Write a Persuasive Text Display. This collection houses all our phase three phonic resources, created using the DfES letters and sounds document. These include all phase 3 graphemes, letter sets 6 and 7, blending for reading and writing captions and sentences.
Jolly Phonics Teacher Checklist. Jolly Phonics Stage 1 Checklist. Jolly Phonics . Phase 5 Colour Phonics Flash Cards - Cursive (SB) A useful set of brightly- coloured printable cards (4- to- a- page) with the additional Phase 5 phonemes specified in the DfES ‘Letters and Sounds’ publication in cursive script.
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