Intervention Plan

Margaret Mcdonald
Classroom Management-S06 Notes Alex sits in the backmost corner away from the teacher and any windows. He is close to the exit door and hardly ever looks up at the board. When the teacher calls for attention, although he does silence down, he does not look as though he's paying attention. He likes to fall out of his chair. He walks around the room during assignments. When you say his name, he doesn't make a move or motion that he hears you. English is Alex's second language. Individual
more » ... s-Out of 40 points, the student scored 9 point. The student has problems in that he: 1. us not usually in a positive mood 2. an excessive dependence on the teacher, and 3. comes to the setting or program unwillingly. The student does "8. Not seem to be acutely or chronically lonely". Social Skills-out of 65 points, the student scored 19 points. Major points that are not competent: 7. Enters ongoing discussions and makes relevant contributions to ongoing activities. 8. Takes turns fairly easily, 11. Does not draw inappropriate attention to himself or disrupt the play or work of others. The student does show competence in that he: 5. expresses frustration and anger effectively and without harming others, himself, or property, and 12. accepts and enjoys peers and adults of ethnic groups other than his own. Peer Relationship-Out of 10 points, the student received 6 points. The student did not demonstrate that he is: 1. usually accepted rather than neglected or rejected by other children. The Plan: Bullet points that want to be worked on include: a dependence on the teacher, does not take turns, does not seem to be able to meaningfully interact with other students and draws inappropriate attention. Katz and McClellan state that "teachers help create a prosocial atmosphere in the classroom when they indicate that the expectations, limits and rules invoked apply to all