53 Measurable IEP Goals

IEP goals for writing can be challenging for both parents and teachers. It's about content, not handwriting. Parents can help the IEP team with goal development.

I have a large IEP Goal Bank that lists and links out to thousands of IEP goals. So if you cannot find what you are looking for here, I suggest you check there.

Written Expression IEP Goals for writing can be tailored to fit any level or age, as shown in this list of examples.

Utilizes keyword outlines to write well-organized essays with introductions, conclusions, and [number of] paragraphs, each composed of sentences. This skill is beneficial across all content areas.

Objectives to Support Written Expression IEP goals

- Write the main idea with some supporting details on a topic. - Research and write to convey an understanding of a topic using at least one resource.

Further defining the IEP Goals

Note that you can add the following accommodations, or any accommodation, to the beginning of each goal.

Reading and writing are intertwined. When improving your child's writing, make sure their reading skills are also being worked on, as it's unlikely to have problems with one without the other.

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