Classroom Procedures for
Our life skills support classroom provides students with growth experiences in language development, self-help skills, social development, functional academics, and vocational skills.A functional curriculum, based on the following domains of independent living, is utilized to teach skills and provide activities related to daily living skills:*Functional Academics – Reading, writing and math*Personal Maintenance – Feeding, drinking, toileting, grooming, and clothing care *Recreation/Leisure – Spectator activities, hobbies, and physical fitness*Interpersonal Communication – Responding to others, identifying self and others, and exploring self
*Community – Social interaction and travel
*Social/Behavioral/Affective – Responsible behavior and understanding emotions
Individual, small group, and whole group instruction is provided through various means including community-based instruction (shopping, banking, and transportation), which is designed to teach students to use the classroom skills and appropriate behaviors in real-life situations.Grade levels in my classroom are third through fifth grade.