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Home » Fountas & Pinnell » BAS and writing IEPs

Discussions about any of Fountas & Pinnell's works, including LLI, BAS, the Continuum, When Readers Struggle, Literacy Beginnings, leveled books, training events, professional development for educators, and more
3/5/2011 3:26:01 PM

EP
EP
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I just want to thank you for the BAS. I am finding it easier than ever to write the reading goals for my special education students from the results of the leveld reading and several of the optional tests. I find the sight vocabulary, picture writing, and phonogram tests especially useful this year. When I write a summary of results in the profile section of the student's IEP, the next goal just jumps out! Thanks again. Anything that makes my job a little easier is greatly appreciated. Now all I need is "Leveled Math Intervention" and I'm all set!
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