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The details communicated in a PLAAFP statement, as part of an IEP plan, addresses the areas affected by the disability, and the effect on academic progress. The PLAAFP provides a focus on the overall IEP; therefore, it is important to recognize the information that is required.
In this assignment, create a detailed outline of the different subsections included in the PLAAFP section of an IEP for the student described below. Write a brief descriiption for each subsection discussing the information to be included in that section.
Using the detailed outline, write a complete PLAAFP for the fictional student, including specifics regarding academic achievement and performance, progress through curriculum, and the effects of the disability on these areas.
Case Study: Alicia
3rd grade, Age 8
Alicia is a third grade student currently receiving resource support for math and written expression. She attends all other subjects within the general education classroom.
Her special education teacher, Ms. Kauffmann, reports that Alicia has average reading decoding skills and average to above average reading comprehension skills. She particularly does well analyzing multiple choice and short answer questions related to reading content. Alicia does have difficulty summarizing what she has read using her own thoughts and ideas and relies heavily on visual supports to aid in comprehension.
Alicia does write complete sentences, but struggles in organizing her ideas for writing and needs extensive support for pre-writing, development of topic sentences, and organization of paragraphs. In writing short answer questions, she does so with few grammatical errors. When writing paragraphs, Alicia needs help editing her own work and making corrections. Punctuation errors are frequently evident. She has excellent spelling skills, but struggles with subject-verb agreement, correct use of point of view appropriate to the task, and in the development of topic sentences.
Regarding her math skills, Alicia struggles specifically with computation and reasoning/problem solving. In class, Alicia shows difficulty in writing number sentences to solve a story problem and in determining the operations to use. She relies on a calculator for all math computation and benefits from extensive one-on-one support in math problem solving. She also struggles with the concept of two digit multiplication and applying math concepts to real-world situations.
Over the last two months, Alicia’s mother has reported that she is reluctant to get up and get ready for school. She has missed 12 days so far this semester, and frequently complains of a stomachache and headache. Her mother has taken her to the doctor and there are no significant medical issues. Her mother also reports that the struggle to get her to the bus stop or in the car to go to school is too great at times and will sometimes just call her in absent.
In school, Alicia has been quiet and withdrawn, not wanting to participate in classroom or campus activities. She is reluctant to answer questions in class and will put her head down on the desk when called upon. Her mother and Ms. Kauffmann speculate possible school anxiety.
While APA style is not required for the body of this assignment, solid academic writing is expected, and documentation of sources should be presented using APA formatting guidelines, which can be found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center.
This assignment uses a rubric. Review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.
You are required to submit this assignment to LopesWrite. A link to the LopesWrite technical support articles is located in Class Resources if you need assistance.

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