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Admin Licensure Requirments Disctrict SPED Math-Read

District Special Education Math Courses (Middle & High)


Grade
Course (Gates-McGinite, Description Notes
IRI, QRI, Brigance)
Math strategies is a full-year, four credit course. Instruction is aligned with Minnesota Math Alternate Assessment high school
Math Strategies
6-8 standards. Instruction that integrates all aspects of the standards is provided based on individual needs per student’s IEP, thus DCD/ASD Specialized Program Course
(A310461) allowing for performance level grouping and cross-categorical teaching.
This concepts course is an introduction to algebraic concepts with an emphasis placed on computations with fractions,
Math 6 Concepts decimals, and percents. Students will engage in a study of number theory, positive rational number computation, two and
6-8 three-dimensional geometry and measurement, probability and statistics, and apply this learning to solve real-world
(A310401)
mathematical problems. Instruction is designed to meet the individualized needs of students who receive IEP services.
This concepts course prepares students for Algebra 1 Concepts or Algebra 1 in the general education setting. The objective of
Pre-Algebra Concepts this course is for students to learn content standards as given by the State of Minnesota for grade 7. The four mathematics
7-8 strands covered in this course are: Number and Operation, Algebra, Geometry, and Data Analysis and Probability. Instruction
(A310421)
is designed to meet the individualized needs of students who receive IEP services.
This concepts course covers the first half of a traditional Algebra 1 course. It reviews Pre-algebra skills and extends through
Algebra 1 Concepts
7-8 linear functions, linear inequalities, and systems of linear equations. Instruction is designed to meet the individualized needs of
(A310441) students who receive IEP services.
Math strategies is a full-year, four credit course. Instruction is aligned with Minnesota Math Alternate Assessment high school
Math Strategies
9-12 standards. Instruction that integrates all aspects of the standards is provided based on individual needs per student’s IEP, thus DCD/ASD Specialized Program Course
(A410231) allowing for performance level grouping and cross-categorical teaching.
This concepts course is an introduction to algebraic concepts with an emphasis placed on computations with fractions,
Essential Math 5 decimals, and percents. Students will engage in a study of number theory, positive rational number computation, two and For students who are not yet ready for
9-12 three-dimensional geometry and measurement, probability and statistics, and apply this learning to solve real-world intermediate algebra concepts
(A410241)
mathematical problems. Instruction is designed to meet the individualized needs of students who receive IEP services.
This concepts course is the second half of a two-part Algebra course focused on linear and quadratic relationships. Students
will learn to represent linear and quadratic functions as verbal descriptions, equations, tables, and graphs, as well as solve
Intermediate Algebra Concepts
9-12 linear and quadratic equations with real numbers. Students will perform basic polynomial operations, factor polynomials, and Does not count toward graduation credits.
(A410201) use statistics and probability to describe data sets and make predictions. Students will apply this learning to solve real-world
mathematical problems. Instruction is designed to meet the individualized needs of students who receive IEP services.
This concepts course is a foundational course focused on the geometry of shapes, planes and space. Emphasis is placed on
understanding, applying, justifying, and developing geometric properties in two and three dimensions. Students will engage in
Geometry Concepts
9-12 the study of geometric reasoning, coordinate geometry, parallel and perpendicular lines, triangle congruence, properties of Does not count toward graduation credits.
(A410211) polygons and circles, similarity, right triangle trigonometry, area, and volume. Students will apply this learning to solve real-
world mathematical problems. Instruction is designed to meet the individualized needs of students who receive IEP services.
This concepts course is organized around the study of families of functions. Emphasis is placed on linear, quadratic and
exponential functions, as well as translating these functions between graphs, tables, symbolic representations and real-life
Algebra 2 Concepts context. Students will solve equations; use trigonometric ratios; describe, analyze and evaluate data in various contexts; and
9-12 use counting principles to calculate probabilities. Students will apply these concepts using a variety of technologies and apply
Does not count toward graduation credits.
(A410221)
this learning to solve real-world mathematical problems. Instruction is designed to meet the individualized needs of students
who receive IEP services.

District Special Education Reading Courses (Middle & High)


Grade
Course (Gates-McGinite, Description Notes
IRI, QRI, Brigance)
Curriculum - PCI (Level 1),
Pre-Primer Non-reader. Some or no word recognition even through visual discrimination.
Scholastic Phonics Inventory (SPI) is beginner/pre-decoder
Reading Standards 1 Curriculum - PCI (Level 1),
1 Student reds approximately 140 words through visual discrimination.
Scholastic Phonics Inventory (SPI) is beginner/pre-decoder
(A410041)
Reads approximately 280 words through visual discrimination. Phonetic patterns recognized in inflectional endings (i.e. s, ing, Curriculum - PCI (Level 1),
2-2.5 ed) and compound words Scholastic Phonics Inventory (SPI) is beginner/pre-decoder
Reading Standards 2 Student can manage more complex text on an ongoing basis. Curriculum - EDGE Fundamentals-Red,
1-2 Lexile level BR to 650; Grade 1-3 Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) is BR
(A410011)
Special Education Courses - Cross Disability
Reading Standards 5 Curriculum - Fusion 1 (Hybrid classes with ELA standards embeded so
2-6 Students Lexile level is between 250-800
Scholastic Reading Inventory (SRI) is BR students earn ELA credit)
(A410701 or A410703)
Students Lexile level is between 900 or more.
Reading Standards 4 Curriculum - EDGE Level B,
6-7 Course has a slightly slower pace than the regular course pacing/student has reading goals and objectives on IEP/ students
Scholastic Reading Inventory
(A410031) have the need for greater processing time and organization.
Reading Standards 6 Students Lexile level is between 250-800.
2-6 Must have completed Fusion 1
Curriculum - Fusion 2
(A410711 or A410713)
Reading Standards 7 Students Lexile level is between 250-800.
2-6 Must have completed Fusion 2
Curriculum - Fusion 3
(A410721 or A410723)
PCI is a reading program that works on similar skills as System 44. PCI does not involve a computer portion which works
Curriculum - PCI (Level 1),
specifically on phonemeic awareness and development.
Advanced Letter Correspondence 0-16, is beginner/pre-
decoder
Pre-Primer Student is a non-reader and has some or no word recognition even through visual discrimination.
PCI is a reading program that works on similar skills as System 44. PCI does not involve a computer portion which works
specifically on phonemeic awareness and development. Curriculum - PCI (Level 2),
Advanced Letter Correspondence 0-16, is beginner/pre-
Reading Standards 1 Student reads abou 140 words through visual dicsrimination. Phonetic patterns recognized in inflectional enedings and decoder
1 compound words.
PCI is a reading program that works on similar skills as System 44. PCI does not involve a computer portion which works Special Education Pull Out Classes
specifically on phonemeic awareness and development. Curriculum - PCI (Level 3),
Advanced Letter Correspondence 0-16, is beginner/pre-
Student reads abou 280words through visual dicsrimination. Phonetic patterns recognized in inflectional enedings and decoder
2-2.5 compound words.
Students is pre decoder to advancing decoder.
Readiness, Pre- Curriculum - System 44
Reading Standrads 2 An anyalsis shows a high need for phonics. Support of what is being done in grade level ELA classs as well. Students must
Advanced Letter Correspondance 0-24
primer, Primer be verbal in order o particpate in System 44.
Reading Strategies Students has 400-800 Lexile
2-5 Students should be making consistent progress in year. Support of what is being done in grade level ELA classes as well.
Curriculum - Read180
(A310151)
Curriculum - Gen Ed Curriculum with supports &
Student has 8--+ Lexile
Grade Level ELA Class 5+ Students may need additional pull out reading support being tin the grade level ELA class.
accomedations Co-taught Course - Gen Ed & SPED

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