Scope & Sequence
Method for using LIFEPACs
Method for using SOS
How to use
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- Remove the
TEST from the center of each packet of curriculum, and file
it in a location where the student does not have access.
- Do not
allow the student to have any unsupervised access to Answer Keys.
packets (LIFEPACs) to be completed in numerical order.
issuing each packet. Read through it to become familiar with its
material and requirements, so that you can be prepared to evaluate
the “teacher-graded” assignments, and to help the student with
any concepts that might seem difficult to him/her.
specific daily goals for the student to complete in each LIFEPAC so
that he/she will finish at least 5 LIFEPACs per subject for
each semester of the school year.
- You may
allow the student to scan each new LIFEPAC before he/she
begins working in it. The student will begin by reading to you each
new vocabulary term and its definition.
student will complete his/her daily work in pencil, so that mistakes
can be easily erased and corrected. Work for each section will not
be considered complete until answers have been checked and
- You will
check the student’s daily work answers against the ANSWER KEY.
Incorrect answers will be marked with a red ink “X”.
After checking the completed pages, the student will correct all
incorrect answers. You may help the student learn to read lessons
thoughtfully, to understand concepts and to reason out the answers,
but do not merely tell him/her the answers.
- You will
use the ANSWER KEY to recheck his/her corrected work and will
use red ink to circle each red “X” when the answer is
correct. When the page has been fully corrected, put a red circle
around the page number.
TESTS will be taken only after all previous work has been
corrected. Since this is a testing situation, do not allow the
student to look back in the packet for answers.
- Score each
SELF TEST using the answers found in the TEACHER’S GUIDE.
- If the
student scores below 80% on a SELF TEST help him/her find the
areas of weakness, restudy them, and correct all errors.
- When you
are satisfied that the student is ready, issue the final TEST,
and the student will complete it under supervision.
student will not leave the testing area until the TEST is
completed. Each test taken will be mailed to the SEA office within
five business days to be scored.
- A minimum TEST
score of 70% (D-) will be required in order to advance to the
next LIFEPAC. SEA will notify the parent immediately if a
score of 70% has not been achieved, they will have the student take
the alt. test that is located in the parents Teacher’s guide.
that it is the parent's responsibility to see that the student
achieves his maximum potential.