Example of personalised material for both oral and written practice

ANDREW:3

  1. Juan is an attentive and energetic student who is adapting well to the routines and expectations of the classroom.
  2. He is often able to work cooperatively with teachers but he still needs guidance when working independently.
  3. He is often capable of working cooperatively with teachers but he still needs guidance when working independently.
  4. He can work cooperatively with teachers but he still needs guidance when working independently.
  5. He is able independently to match ten objects according to their functions.
  6. Some examples of these objects: spoon and fork, table and chair, socks and shoes.
  7. For instance, he is able to pick the correct number card as requested.
  8. For instance, he is able to pick the correct number card when requested.
  9. In addition, he is able to identify, by encircling the specific figure, various numbers when these are presented at random.
  10. Also, he is able to identify, by encircling the specific figure, various numbers when these are presented at random.
  11. Currently, he is learning to sequence numbers in the correct order.
  12. Currently, he is learning to sequence numbers in ascending order.
  13. Currently, he is learning to sequence numbers in descending order.
  14. In this, however, he is not consistently successful. Therefore, we will continue to practise this with him until he gains mastery.
  15. In this, however, he is not consistently successful and so we will continue to practise this with him until he gains mastery.
  16. Juan continues to practise identifying secondary colours such as purple, green and orange.
  17. Although he is able to identify purple and green, he cannot differentiate between orange and yellow.
  18. He is able to identify purple and green but he cannot differentiate between orange and yellow.
  19. He is able to identify purple and green. However, he still cannot differentiate between orange and yellow.
  20. Hence, he cannot yet distinguish the full range of colours.
  21. Hence, he cannot as yet distinguish the full range of colours.
  22. Hence, he still cannot distinguish the full range of colours.
  23. However, he still cannot differentiate between orange and yellow and so he cannot yet distinguish the full range of colours.
  24. Sammy is able to transfer items from one bowl to another by using pincers.
  25. Sammy is able to transfer items from one bowl to another by using a pair of pincers.
  26. Given tongs, he can transfer cotton balls and other materials from one bowl to another, working independently.
  27. Given tongs and working independently, he can transfer cotton balls and other materials from one bowl to another.
  28. Have a pleasant forthcoming weekend!
  29. Have a pleasant weekend!
  30. One of the parents gave me some confidential information.
  31. Since these are rarely available, each teacher must have a fair share.
  32. The crazy, lazy, hazy days of summer are best spent at the zoo.

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