I found The Dollar Challenge at SpeechRoomNews (post here) and immediately wanted to use it with my students! (Thanks for the idea, Jenna!)
I made companion documents to go with The Dollar Challenge (TpT download HERE).
- Articulation Tracking Graph: to use with Speedy Speech Students
- Language Tracking Graph: to use with non-artic goals
- Parent Note Home: so the parent can celebrate with the student for the accomplishment of 100!
Here's how I'll use it:
Articulation...Goal: to get 100 correct productions of the speech sound within 1, 5-minute speedy speech session. Schedule: Sporadically, at least monthly, probably every other week we will have a "Dollar Challenge" Day. Method: clicker counter to count productions; graph to track how many productions were achieved!
Language...Goal: 100 correct goal behaviors (e.g., wh-questions, story grammar elements, grammatically correct sentence productions) Schedule: speech sessions when I take data and/or when students take their own data Method: Students will shade in a box for each correct answer until all 100 boxes are shaded!
On Task Behavior...Goal: to get 100% on task behavior during a 10 minute observation. Schedule: each time data is taken there is an opportunity (note: The students aren't aware of when I take data, since I am in the classrooms frequently) Method: on-task behavior data during classroom observation
Then, to celebrate with Parents when their student meets The Dollar Challenge, a note will be sent home.