Revisiting Literacy and Numeracy Focused Individual learning Plans (ILPs): Part 2 – New Format You can Download


ILP ALEC

I’ve been revising the learning plan template that we use with tutors in our NCALNE (Voc) training…

Due to the process involved in getting our course online via Pathways Awarua, I’ve made changes to the process and the information that we want tutors to collect.

My first attempt at revising this is here along with a bit more brief background information.

Anyway… I’ve updated the format again slightly, this time adding some basic instructions and sentence starters for tutors to either use or ignore.

The screenshot at the top of this post shows page 1 of 3 pages.

You can see the structure below or simply download the template as a word document here: IndividualLearningPlanTemplate3.0

Individual Learning Plan – Tutor Records

  • Name: Learner A
  • Tutor: Graeme Smith
  • Class or group: SMART
  • Date: 11 Aug 2015

Tutor Instructions

  • Discuss each question with your learner as appropriate.
    Record the answers.
    Use the sentence starters, or make up your own.

Literacy Focus

  1. What specific literacy goal did you set for this learner? In other words, what do they want to achieve?
    • The main literacy goal is to
  2. Which specific literacy progression are you targeting. Just focus on one. Delete the others in this list:
    • Vocabulary
    • Language & text
    • Comprehension
    • Listening critically
    • Interactive listening & speaking
    • Using strategies to communicate
    • Decoding
    • Reading critically
    • Purpose & audience
    • Spelling
    • Planning & composing
    • Revising & editing
  3. How will they know when they’ve achieved the goal? What’s the standard, in other words?
    • We’ll know when we’ve achieved this because
  4. What strategies are you going to use? In other words, how are they going to achieve the goal?
    • One strategy that we will use is
    • Another strategy we might try is
  5. What’s the timeframe for this? How will you monitor progress, in other words?
    • We’re going to try and complete this by
  6. What changes do they need to make in order to succeed?
    • One change he/she will need to make is
    • Another possible change is

Numeracy Focus

  1. What specific numeracy goal did you set for this learner? In other words, what do they want to achieve?
    1. The main numeracy goal is to
  2. Which specific numeracy progression are you targeting. Just focus on one. Delete the others in this list.
    • Additive strategies
    • Multiplicative strategies
    • Proportional reasoning
    • Number sequence
    • Place value
    • Number facts
    • Measurement
    • Location
    • Shapes & transformations
    • Preparing data for analysis
    • Analysing data for interpretation
    • Interpreting data
    • Probability
  3. How will they know when they’ve achieved the goal? What’s the standard, in other words?
    • We’ll know when we’ve achieved this because
  4. What strategies are you going to use? In other words, how are they going to achieve the goal?
    • One strategy that we will use is
    • Another strategy we might try is
  5. What’s the timeframe for this? How will you monitor progress, in other words?
    • We’re going to try and complete this by
  6. What changes do they need to make in order to succeed?
    • One change he/she will need to make is
    • Another possible change is

One thought on “Revisiting Literacy and Numeracy Focused Individual learning Plans (ILPs): Part 2 – New Format You can Download

  1. Pingback: How do I get started on Literacy and Numeracy Diagnostic Assessment – and Assessment 4 of the NCALNE (Voc) | thisisgraeme

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