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Old 05-21-2007, 09:38 AM
 
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I have a new Reading Recovery student with some very difficult behaviors. My biggest problem is that he tries to get up and leave every minute or so during the entire lesson! We are supposed to go 30 minutes, but I haven't gotten that far with him yet. Any ideas? Has anyone used a successful behavior plan with a student like this?


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How about a visual, like a race car track to show his progress as he "stays on track?" We have an E.D. teacher who uses this with a second grader and it seems to be working with him.

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I just found this site, and was reading through some of the posts. I figured I would reply with what I've done in this situation in case anyone reads the archives!

I was a reading recovery teacher for three years - but this coming year i'm moving to a classroom position (which i'm super excited about!).

During the last three years i've had several students who sound like your student. I had some success with making a checklist containing the parts of the lesson. I used kid friendly language to describe each expection and then laminated it so that they could check it off daily with a dry erase marker. As they completed each task they checked it off - if they got through all the tasks in the 30 mins then they got a prize. It seemed to work fairly well for these students.

I did have one student who was so much of a behavior issue though that it was impossible to keep her engaged for the lesson. My teacher leader came to look at her and we determined that her behaviors were too severe to really benefit from reading recovery and that it wasn't fair to the kids we had waiting to keep her in (we were under implemented).

Hope this helps!
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