Compensatory Low Vision _36k_ - Compensatory – Low Vision

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					Compensatory – Low Vision
Goal 09
___ will complete the following objectives of compensatory skills
for children with visual impairments having low vision as
evidenced by mastery of ___ of ___ objectives.

CD01 - demonstrate the concept of ―in focus‖ while using a CCTV.
CD02 - demonstrate focus while using a CCTV.
CD03 - change the image size and then focus using a CCTV.
CD04 - locate an image on a print page and focus using a CCTV.
CD05 - move the CCTV system tray from left to right and away
from his/herself to move down a page.
CD06 - follow a line of text using a CCTV.
CD07 - demonstrate the use of each feature of the CCTV.
CD08 - self initiate preferred features of a CCTV.
CD09 - fade perceptual cues (color coding, lines and dotted lines
separating text) supporting text reading using a CCTV.
CD10 - draw ___ lines and ___ simple shapes using a CCTV.
CD11 – write his/her name using a CCTV.
CD12 - write words in response to assignments using the CCTV.

CE01- expresses preferences for types of learning
materials/learning formats presented by parent/teacher.
CE02 - explores properties of personal low vision devices within
the context of non-academic activities (e.g., hobbies, games).
CE03 - begins to recognize situations in which an optical device is
CE04 - takes proper care of optical devices including safe storage.
CE05 - demonstrates basic knowledge of spatial concepts on
maps (e.g., top, bottom, right, left).
CE06 - independently accesses materials presented the classroom
such as: textbooks, chalkboard, over head projector, maps.
CE07 - copies materials presented at a distance.
CE08 - copies materials presented up close.
CE09 - demonstrates map, chart, and graph reading skills as
presented in educational environments.
CE10 - demonstrates the ability to use low vision devices and
techniques in activities of daily living.
CE11 - explains why particular visual device or technique is
ineffective for given purpose.
CE12 - uses reference materials (e.g., glossaries, dictionaries) as
needed in all reading mediums.
CE13 - will use basic localizing and scanning techniques to read a
story at near.
CE14 - will learn the concept of tracing while reinforcing basic
localizing and scanning techniques at near.
CE15 - will use basic localizing, focal, and scanning techniques to
read a story.
CE16 - will learn to position and perform medium-distance (15 ft
to 25 ft) tasks with the recommended indoor monoculars (knows
dominant eye, preferred hand choice, grips correctly, positions on
face, stabilizes).
CE17 - will describe gross and fine motor movements of the
teacher in an indoor setting (in focus, out-of-focus, multiple
planes, infinity).
CE18 - will systematically trace targets from left to right
(identifies symbols, pictures, numbers, street signs, words on
board, people, objects).
CE19 - will trace lines of information or shapes (left-to-right,
short lines, wavy lines, convoluted lines); (tracks moving people,
objects, in a single plane, multiple planes).

CF01 - explores properties of a magnifier in relation to print.
CF02 - accesses a variety of print formats.
CF03 – practice a system to write math problems and/or record
CF04 - reads back personal writing.
CF05 - accesses print information in the school library.
CF06 - demonstrates basic map, chart, and graph reading
skillsCF07 - uses a variety of reading devices (e.g., magnifier,
CCTV, etc.) to develop reading flexibility with regular print.
CF08 - develops a method for identifying math notations
(including fractions, decimals, percentages, etc.).
CF09 - reports print size needed for optimal personal efficiency.
CF10 - accesses variety of formats which may be used on tests,
worksheets, high-stakes testing, etc. (e.g. true/false, multiple
choice, columns).

CM01 - hold the magnifier properly.
CM02 - communicate the purpose of the magnifier.
CM03 - clean the magnifier appropriately.
CM04 - assume responsibility for the magnifier.
CM05 - store the magnifier in a convenient location for quick
CM06 - initiate the use of the magnifier.
CM07 - position him/herself for optimal viewing.
CM08 - will stabilize the reading material/object.
CM09 - adjust the head-to-lens distance.
CM10 - coordinate the hand, head, and eye movements specific
to the type of magnifier.
CM11 - use the magnifier to read on a flat surface.
CM12 - read a variety of print formats.
CM13 - track at a speed which allows for reading commensurate
with reading level.
CM14 - develop stamina for the duration of an age- or grade-
appropriate assignment.
CM15 - select the appropriate magnifier for the task.
CM16 - use the magnifier for nonprint activities.

CG01 - describe his or her visual impairment and its functional
CG02 - become aware of and use paramacular retinal area for
different viewing tasks.
CG03 - purposefully and accurately move eyes to various
CG04 - locate objects and visually direct hand or foot toward
CG05 - visually trace a variety of stationary lines in the
CG06 - visually locate various targets, while using systematic
scanning procedures.
CG07 - visually follow a variety of moving objects.
CG08 - tactually identify 3—D shapes and their features
CG09 - visually and tactually identify CGitical features and 3—D
shapes contained in environmental objects.
CG10 - visually identify CGitical features and shapes of common
environmental objects at different distances.
CG11 - combine visual with tactical tracing to identify 2—D
shapes and their CGitical features as well as match 3-D shapes
with 2-D pictures.
CG12 - visually identify pictures of shapes and their CGitical
features at different distances.
CG13 - identify both primary and secondary colors of common
environmental objects at various distances.
CG14 - describe where objects at different distances are located
relative to self.
CG15 - describe where objects at different distances are located
relative to other objects.
CG16 - determine relative distance of objects to self, objects to
objects, as well as distinguish between comparative and
superlative concepts of near and far.
CG17 - estimate distance between different objects using the
standardized measuring units — inches, feet, yards and meters.
CG18 - use familiar and apparent size as a visual perceptual cue
to determine distance of various objects relative to self.
CG19 - indicate objects which are closer or farther away, in
various environments and in pictures, using the concept of
CG20 - identify common objects and their functions specific to
each area, while visually exploring different environments.
CG21 - identify common objects which can be used as visual
landmarks, while visually exploring different environments,
CG22 - demonstrate efficient scanning procedures for locating
landmarks as visual cues, in a variety of environments.
CG23 - locate and identify environmental signs and understand
their meanings and usages in various environments.
CG24 - acquire and enhance experiential knowledge of
environmental concepts which include, but not limited to,
unfamiliar common objects, materials/substances, surface
features, and temperature/weather desCGiptors, in as many
different environments as possible.
CG25 - identify color and shade of environmental objects and
effect of distance on color of objects.
CG26 - combine visual with tactual exploration to identify
common environmental objects and their CGitical features and
CG27 - visually identify common environmental objects and their
features and shapes at different distances.
CG28 - student will identify common objects and their functions,
while visually exploring different environments.
CG29 - combine visual with tactual tracing to identify pictures of
common objects as well as match pictures with their respective
CG30 - visually identify pictures of common objects and define
their respective functions.
CG31 - desCGibe type and sequence of action taking place in
pictures of action scenes.
CG32 - visually identify numbers 0-9 on signs in the environment
at different distances.
CG33 - visually identify letters of the alphabet on signs in the
environment at various distances.

CS01 - identifies basic shapes of objects (e.g., circle, square,
box, ball).
CS02 - explores pages of books visually.
CS03 - shows evidence of beginning to use environmental cues
(to make efficient use of vision).
CS04 - visually identifies common environmental objects in:
home (windows, vents, furniture, etc.); Yard (driveway, garbage
can, swings, etc.); School (bookshelves, water fountain, etc.);
School yard (playground equipment, fence).
CS05 - visually locates various targets.
CS06 - visually follows a variety of moving objects.
CS07 - explains what can be seen/not seen indoors and outdoors;
up close and at a distance.
CS08 - demonstrates the ability to use low vision techniques that
are personally effective.
CS09 - expresses situations in which glasses and low vision
devices are useful.
CS10 - uses skills for modifying environment (e.g., increasing or
modifying illumination for specific task).
CS11 - visually identifies critical features and shapes of common
environmental objects at different distances.

CT01 - hold the monocular telescope properly.
CT02 - communicate the purpose of the monocular telescope.
CT03 - clean the monocular telescope appropriately.
CT04 - assume responsibility for the monocular telescope.
CT05 - store the monocular telescope in a convenient location for
quick retrieval.
CT06 - initiate use of the monocular telescope.
CT07 - position self for optimal viewing with/without the
monocular telescope.
CT08 - scan the environment and locate stationary objects
without the monocular telescope.
CT09 - locate stationary objects with the monocular telescope.
CT10 - focus the monocular telescope on a stationary object.
CT11 - identify object with the monocular telescope.
CT12 - identify pictures with the monocular telescope.
CT13 - scan on a horizontal/vertical plane, using landmarks to
find stationary objects.
CT14 - adjust the focus of the monocular telescope for objects at
varying distances.
CT15 - copy familiar symbols using the monocular telescope.
CT16 - scan with the monocular telescope to locate
signs/symbols/objects in a variety of planes.
CT17 - track movement at a consistent focal distance using the
monocular telescope.
CT18 - develop a systemic scanning technique to locate a moving
object by incorporating landmarks when available using the
monocular telescope.
CT19 - will incorporate focusing and track an object moving
through a variety of focal planes using the monocular telescope.
CQ01 - demonstrates basic grade level map, chart, and graph
reading skills.
CQ02 - is prepared as activities begin.
CQ03 - demonstrates methods and techniques for effectively
organizing personal spaces.
CQ04 - uses appropriate scanning techniques in primary reading
CQ05 - demonstrates ability to use the library on a level
commensurate with peers.
CQ06 - takes responsibility for independently storing and
retrieving personal items when prompted (e.g., books, lunch,
gym shoes, coat, etc.).
CQ07 - identifies a calendar and describes what it tells.
CQ08 - keeps desk/personal areas organized.
CQ09 - utilizes backpack.
CQ10 - accesses recreational materials during unstructured time.
CQ11 - develops methods needed to complete classroom
assignments (e.g., assignment sheets).
CQ12 - gives care to academic materials, equipment, and
assistive devices in personal possession.
CQ13 - labels or marks personal care items.
CQ14 - demonstrates ability to use a watch/clock.
CQ15 - utilizes tools to organize papers (e.g., stapler, paper
CQ16 - accesses table of contents, index, glossary, page
numbers, encyclopedia, dictionary.
CQ17 - takes notes and accesses them.
CQ18 - identifies resources for adapted materials.
CQ19 - keeps a schedule of activities for the day, week, and
CQ20 - identifies key words, dates, definitions in text books, and
in lectures.
CQ21 - plans work schedule for studies and class projects.
CQ22 - labels, organizes and maintains an organization for
supplies and personal items.
CQ24 - utilizes an organizational system for papers, such as
notebook binder and pocket folders with indexing tabs.
CQ25 - maintains personal address/phone directory.
CQ26 - writes consistent signature.
CQ27 - demonstrates the ability to give a speech using personally
prepared notes (written in read-back medium).
CQ28 - orders adapted resources.
CQ29 - orders book titles independently from State
Library/Recordings for the Blind.
CQ30 - specifies materials needed within reasonable time (i.e.,
plans ahead).
CQ23 - receives and returns books, tapes, and disks
independently through the mail.
CQ31 - obtains readers in the public school.
CQ32 - completes long-term projects by analyzing tasks,
organizing them, acquiring materials, and managing time.
CQ33 - makes read-back lists for organization and planning.
CQ34 - uses adapted lock for securing school locker.