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									                                      STATEMENT OF STATUS
                                 (See attached – Work Analysis Forms)

Student Name                                   School                        Grade

Teacher’s Name                                 Date

Fill in all information along the top of the page concerning the student.

On this form you will be rating the student in different areas. These ratings should be in relation
to what a student at this age would be. The ratings include: Average, Above Average, or Below
Average.

You will then explain your rating and/or give examples of this. Some comments could include:
observed through group discussion, observed in daily work (oral or written), or performance on
standardized tests.

Each area that you are rating corresponds to a Work Analysis Form.

LISTENING COMPREHENSION: Below Average____Average____Above Average_____
Explain:______________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________

ORAL EXPRESSION: Below Average____Average____Above Average_______________
Explain_____________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________________

WRITTEN EXPRESSION: Below Average____Average____Above Average____Explain:__
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________

READING COMPREHENSION: Below Average____Average____Above Average____Explain:
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________

READING RECOGNITION: Below Average____Average____Above Average____Explain:_
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________


MATHEMATICAL REASONING: Below Average____Average____Above Average______
Explain:_____________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________

MATHEMATICAL COMPUTATIONS: Below Average____Average____Above Average____
Explain:______________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________




DEES Form 112     Created 7/99                                                              Page      1
                                    WORK ANALYSIS FORM

Student Name                                  School                          Grade

Teacher’s Name                                Date

                                       ORAL EXPRESSION


Please identify the specific types of difficulties which are evident in this student’s conversations
about non-academic related topics.

______1. Check here if the student does not answer question in complete sentences.
______2. Check here if the student’s vocabulary development is not as well developed as peers.
______3. Check here if the student cannot label common objects (home and school).
______4. Check here if the student cannot adequately communicate ideas.
______5. Check here if the student’s grammar is not comparable to peer group.
______6. Check here if the student has difficulty finding words to describe intent. The student
         may use general words rather than specifics.
______7. Check here if the student fails to use inflection (volume, pitch, and rate) to
         communicate meanings.
______8. Check here if the student does not formulate sentences or stories related to stimuli.
______9. Check here if the student is not able to relate experiences or stories in sequential
         order.




Describe any other areas of concern related to oral expression. Provide any examples or attach
work samples to demonstrate specific deficits in any of the above area._____________________




_____________________________________________________________________________




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                                   WORK ANALYSIS FORM

Student Name                                 School                          Grade

Teacher’s Name                               Date

                                LISTENING COMPREHENSION



Make sure when you are identifying areas of difficulty that the areas you check are not due to
attention difficulties.

______1. Check here if the student does not listen when peers are talking.
______2. Check here if the student does not associate a sound with a source (example: not
         realizing that a buzzing sound is being made by the school bell)
______3. Check here if the student does not follow verbal directions that require a single
         response.
______4. Check here if the student cannot answer who, what, when, where, or why questions
         after a story has been orally presented to him.
______5. Check here if the student cannot identify age appropriate vocabulary through picture
         cues.
______6. Check here if the student cannot demonstrate that he comprehends sentences when
         presented with pictures.
______7. Check here if the student cannot sequence pictures to demonstrate that he understands
         an orally presented story.
______8. Check here if the student does not verbally paraphrase sentences or stories that are
         presented orally.
______9. Check here if the student cannot detect humor or sarcasm in the way that someone
         verbally expresses himself.

Add any other difficulties noted by the teacher.
Specific examples are asked for. The teacher may attach work samples.




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                                  WORK ANALYSIS FORM

Student Name                                School                       Grade

Teacher’s Name                              Date

                                READING COMPREHENSION

Select a work sample: This would be a series of different types of questions answered by the
student after reading a passage…attach the student sample to work analysis form
Identify the objective of the lesson: Write onto form. Ex: The student will analyze words from
their context after reading a short passage.
Grade level of assignment: not necessarily student’s grade level)________________________
Type of Instruction: Individual_________Large Group________Small Group________
Task Presentation: Visual____________Oral_______________Motor_____________
Response Expected: Written___________Oral_______________Motor_____________
Is the student lacking pre-requisite skills? If yes, explain (For example: yes, student has poor
ability to decode letters)Yes____No____Explain:_________________________________
Is there a pattern of errors made? If yes, identify (For example, has trouble with common
“sight” words)Yes____No______Explain:____________________________________
Are there factors which hinder progress? If yes, identify. (For example: Yes, student’s behavior
of avoidance by acting out frustrations during reading circle) Yes____No____Explain:
_____________________________________________________________________________
Complete items 1-9: Important-if student does not make this type of error, leave item blank. If
this item does not apply to his/her grade level, write n/a.
____1. Student does not comprehend the meaning of words in the reading vocabulary.
____2. Student does not recall facts after reading orally or silently.
____3. Student does not self-correct when reading orally. Miscues distort the meaning of the
         passage.
____4. Student does not follow written instruction as well as peers.
____5. Student can not find a main idea statement accurately.
____6. Student can not infer meaning beyond text; unable to make predictions or make
         inferences based on reading.
____7. Student does not correctly use textural elements, such as heading, subheadings,
         introductions, summaries, graphic presentations, indices, etc. as well as peers.
____8. Student does not accurately comprehend statements with conditional words, such as
         “only”, “never”, “always”, “either”, and “or”.
____9. Student is unable to use contextual clues to identify unfamiliar words.
Describe other concerns about this student’s reading comprehension skills. Use this provided
space to list specific decoding skills the student lacks.___________________________________

    Hints to help: Here’s a list of common decoding problems:
      -initial or final consonant
      -consonant digraphs: /th/, /sh/, /ph/, /ch/
      -consonant blends: /sl/, /fr/, /pl/, /cl/,
      -CVVC (consonant,vowel,vowel,consonant) pattern
      -syllabication (dividing word into syllables)
      -prefixes, suffixes, and roots
      -understanding pronunciation and accent.


DEES Form 112    Created 7/99                                                           Page   4
                                   WORK ANALYSIS FORM

Student Name                                  School                         Grade

Teacher’s Name                                Date

                                   READING RECOGNITION

Choose, and attach, a work sample that best represents the areas of concern and check the
descriptors that apply to this specific work sample. Indicate the objective of the lesson. Some
possible work samples are:
 -phonics assignments
 -the letter-word identification test of the Woodcock-Johnson
 -basic reading tests of an achievement test such as the WIAT or WRAT
 -part or all of the Dolch word list
 -a graded word list or a unit review from a graded spelling unit
 -an informal reading inventory selection
 -depending on the age of the student, a passage of up to 300 words from a basal reader


Grade level of assignment (not series level)
Type of instruction: Individual ____Large group __          Small group______.
Task Presentation: (Check all that apply) Visual            Oral _____ Motor_____
Response Expected: (Check all that apply) Visual            Oral         Motor _____
Is student lacking pre-requisite skills? No Yes ___ If yes, (ex: identifying sight words,
applying phonic rules, or failure to sound out entire word)

Is there a pattern of errors made?              No            Yes If yes, please identify: (ex:
failure to try to sound out words, failure to apply phonics rules such as silent e-ending words
would be a pattern.)

Are there factors which hinder progress?                  No            Yes If yes, please identify:
indicate the factors. Students who do not make an attempt to sound out words according to
phonics rules or correctly identify the sounds of letters will have difficulty making progress.
 _____________________________________________________________________________
Please identify the types of errors made by this student which are not typically made by the
“average” student in the class. Do not rate skills which are not applicable to your grade level due
to the fact that they are typically introduced at a later grade level. Use N/A to identify skills
which are not relevant to this student’s grade level.

______1. Does not accurately recognize letters and letter order (i.e. the student continues to
         have difficulties with letter reversals or letter order transpositions).
______2. Does not read fluently. Overly relies on pointing with a finger, holding the book to
         close, reading without the use of phrasing.
______3. Does not accurately sound out unfamiliar words. Does not smoothly blend sounds
         when attacking new words.
______4. Has not mastered frequently used, irregular words (especially th- and wh- words)
______5. Has not mastered reading silently without inappropriate subvocalizations.
______6. Does not read orally and silently at about the same rate as peers.

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                                  WORK ANALYSIS FORM

Student Name                                School                       Grade

Teacher’s Name                              Date



                          READING RECOGNITION CONTINUED


______7. Does not read and scan fluently. Has excessive omissions and substitutions, or loses
         his/her place.
______8. Does not accurately read new words in context after they have been introduced by the
         teacher.
______9. Has not mastered basic sight words expected for age and grade level.
______10. Has not mastered specialty reading words for content areas.

Other concerns about student’s reading recognition skills: Describe any observations or
concerns about the student’s reading recognition skills.




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                                      WORK ANALYSIS FORM

  Student Name                                   School                         Grade

  Teacher’s Name                                 Date

                                           WRITTEN EXPRESSION

  Gather written expression work samples.

  Fill in all of the information asked for at the top of the form.

  Choose one work sample that represents an area of concern.

  Identify the objective of the lesson on the given line__________________________________
  ___________________________________________________________________________
  Identify the grade level of assignment._____________________________________________
  Check which type of instruction was given: Individual____Large group____Small group_____
  Check how the task was presented:         Visual______Oral______Motor______
  Check the expected response:        Written______Oral______Motor______

  Check whether or not the student is lacking any pre-requisite skills and identify what they are:_
  Yes____No_____Explain:_______________________________________________________
  ____________________________________________________________________________
  Check whether or not there is a pattern of errors and identify what they are: Yes_____No____
  ____________________________________________________________________________
  Read the directions on how to mark errors. Remember that you are looking for errors that are not
  typically made by the “average” student.
  Mark all identified errors and use NA to identify skills which are not relevant to this child’s grade
  level.
____1. Does not generate ideas orally.
____2. Does not demonstrate motor coordination, such as difficulties with letter formation,
         spacing of words, appropriate use of margins, and/or writing on the appropriate line.
____3. Does not write a single sentence from a sentence starter.
____4. Does not write a single sentence from a visual stimulus.
____5. Does not write a single sentence from a word.
____6. Does not write a single sentence from a topic.
____7. Does not write a paragraph from a sequence of visual stimuli.
____8. Does not write a paragraph from a visual stimulus.
____9. Does not write a paragraph following a verbal rehearsal of content with the teacher.
____10. Does not write a paragraph from a topic sentence.
____11. Does not write a paragraph from a topic.
____12. Does not use descriptive words (adjectives, adverbs) in writing.
____13. Does not use appropriate grammar, punctuation, and capitalization on a level
         commensurate with peers.

  Write any other concerns you have about this student’s writing skills:___________________
  __________________________________________________________________________
  __________________________________________________________________________



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                                  WORK ANALYSIS FORM

Student Name                                School                        Grade

Teacher’s Name                              Date

                                MATHEMATICS COMPUTATIONS

Gather Math computation work sample and attach.
Fill in all information asked for on the top of the form.
Type of Instruction: Individual_______Large Group________Small Group_________
Task Presentation: Visual___________Oral______________Motor_____________
Expected Response: Written__________Oral______________Motor_____________
Describe prerequisite skills student is lacking:________________________________________
Describe pattern of errors made: __________________________________________________
Identify errors made by student that are not typical:___________________________________
Write any concerns about student’s computational skills:._______________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
Identify the types of errors made by this student which are not typically made by the “average”
student in your class. Use “NA” to identify skills which are not relevant to this child’s grade
level.

____1. Student has not mastered the elements of numeration, such as rote counting, rational
       counting, ordering, recognizing numerals, and writing numerals sequentially.
____2. Student does not comprehend place value.
____3. Student has not mastered basic mathematical facts for grade level.
____4. Student does not work math problems as quickly as classmates.
____5. Student cannot estimate and evaluate an answer that is approximately correct.
____6. Student cannot correctly complete operations that require multiple steps in solution.
____7. Student does not follow systematic procedure when completing computations, but rather
       responds randomly.
____8. Student cannot complete operations involving fractions and/or decimals.
____9. Other problems__________________________________________________________
         ______________________________________________________________________
Please elaborate on any other concerns about this student’s computational skills:_____________

____________________________________________________________________________________________


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                                  WORK ANALYSIS FORM

Student Name                                 School                        Grade

Teacher’s Name                               Date

                                MATHEMATICAL REASONING

Gather Math reasoning work sample.
Fill in all information asked for in the top portion of form.
Fill in the grade level of assignment_________________________________________________
Type of Instruction: Individual________Large group__________Small group_______
Task Presentation: Visual_______Oral_________Motor________
Response Expected: Visual_______Oral_________Motor________
Check whether or not student lacks pre-requisite skills and explain:
Yes___No___Explain______
______________________________________________________________________________
Check whether there is a pattern of errors and explain:
Yes____No_____Explain:_____________
______________________________________________________________________________
Check whether there are factors that hinder the student’s progress and explain: Yes___No______
______________________________________________________________________________
Identify in numbers 1-8 the types of errors made by the student that are not typically made by the
“average” student in your class.
____1. Can not recognize and comprehend key words which identify the operation used in a
         word problem.
____2. Can not identify the numerical elements to be used in solving a word problem.
____3. Can not set up a numerical statement from information given in a word problem.
____4. Can not express the equivalent parts of fractions, percentages, and decimals.
____5. Can not solve life-related problems involving time, money, and/or measurement.
____6. Can not accurately estimate a response to everyday problems in time, money, and/or
         measurement. (i.e. how long is it until lunch, or how far do you live from school, etc?)
____7. Can not state the function and use of measurement terms to solve problems involving
         pounds, gallons, feet, square feet, etc. (including metric measurements, if appropriate.)
____8. Can not solve basic problems involving shapes and/or geometry.

Elaborate on any other concerns about this student’s difficulty with Math Reasoning:________
_________________________________________________________________________________________
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