Language Arts Objective Sequence
AUTHOR: Robertson, Jacqueline and Braaten, Sheldon
PUBLISHER: Research Press
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LOS is a versatile skill sequence that can serve as a springboard for many curriculum-related applications. It can be used with students from early childhood through adolescence.
LOS consists of 313 objectives divided into nine subscales:
4 Reading -- Word Recognition
5 Reading -- Comprehension
6 Writing -- Handwriting
7 Writing -- Spelling
8 Writing Process
9 Writing -- Grammar
Each subscale contains a domain of hierarchically arranged goals and objectives divided into different levels from beginning skill development through mastery ofskills.
LOS is broad enough to be used with all students, but is especially helpful for working with students who have an Individual Education Plan (IEP), Section 504 plan, or any other individualized instructional need.
LOS can be used as a bank of objectives, curriculum guide, rating scale, or structured observation system.
The selection and sequencing of the LOS objectives are based on research and evaluation of multiple sources including published scope and sequences; local, state, and national curriculum standards; and a variety of skill data banks.
PUBLICATION DATE: 1/1/2004
CATEGORY: Language Arts & Disciplines