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MARCUS EXAMPLEBehavior DataDateSubjectKept hands to self 2= yes, 1= noFollowed directions 2= yes, 1= noNotes
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Present Behavior Goals:- Marcus will keep hands and feet to himself 8/10 times per period
- Marcus will follow directions the first time in 7/10 trials
9/10/2015Math12
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Present Academic Goals:
- Marcus will write using appropriate grammar in 8/10 trials9/22/2015Reading 11Off bus fight with student
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Triggers:- Peers too close proximity
- Talking about his father
9/23/2015Math21
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Relevant Family Information:
Marcus lives at home with his mom and 4 siblings. It is a very busy household. He has older brothers that he feels pick on him a lot and he is often angry about that. His mom is supportive but homework is rarely completed. Any big projects he is assigned are done at school. Any family stresses effect Marcus. If his behavior goes through a sudden change, it is often linked to stress in the home.9/24/2015Math21
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Interventions that Work:- Giving choices
- Sensory breaks (red flag) when overwhelmed
- Reminding of behavior plan with end of day reward
9/25/2015Science21
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Environmental Alterations:
Marcus starts his day in the resource room for morning group/check in. He often arrives at school angry or upset due to things going on at home or someone bothering him on the bus. He needs some time in the morning to acclimate to a school setting before going into the gen. ed. classroom.

Marcus should be supervised during unstructured activities such as lunch and recess. This if an area of concern because he has had many instances of being removed from the cafeteria due to inappropriate language. If Marcus gets frustrated in class, he will get up and leave. He needs a designated place to go or he will just wander the halls. On a few occasions he has tried to leave the building to walk home.
9/26/2015Reading 11Chose to put head down in class
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Safety Plan:When Marcus feels overwhelmed he can self select a "red flag" with options of: a break in the room, hallway, or in sensory room, depending on severity of problem. Teachers can also nonverbally place flag on desk to recommend a break. 9/27/2015Reading 12
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Tips:- Homework is completed at school in the resource room because it is rarely done at home.
- Marcus loves Pokemon and will build rapport with you if you talk about his high interest activities
9/28/2015Science12Aggressive with peer, able to recover
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