Who Am I?


This is our last class!

Warm up:

  • If I were a house I would be _____________
  • If I were a cartoon character I would be _____________ 

This is a test so you can find out how well you read body language:


This quiz has you decide facial expressions and give information on how to read them:



Warm up:

  • If I were a toy I would be _____________
  • If I were a car I would be _____________

Getting along with others also known as interpersonal skills are very important at home, work or relationships. Go to the following page to learn about the different interpersonal skills.


Take this assessment using this link:


They will ask you for an email to get the results.  They don’t sell your information, but if you are not willing to share your email you can use mine:  quitta@4j.lane.edu

Be sure to record your results and send them to your case manager!


Warm up:

  • If I were an animal I would be _____________
  • If I were a plant I would be_____________
  • If I were a house I would be _____________
  • If I were a cartoon character I would be _____________ 

To review what we’ve done in this class so far:

  • You and another person have completed the Connections rating scale and scored them
  • You have completed a strengths assessment
  • You have completed a personality inventory
  • You have decided what accommodations would help you
  • You have taken the Onet work assessment and looks at jobs
  • You have recorded this information and sent it to your case manager

Download and Complete the worksheet below



Do you need more time to decide what accommodations you need to be successful in college or school?  If so, we will spend more time looking at the JAN.

Go to this web site:


I will demonstrate how to use this site. Be sure to record your results and send them to your case manager.  Take some time going over the recommended careers and review them with your advocate.


What are the accommodation on your current IEP?  Are they helpful? Do they need to be changed?  Do you need to add some based on your future goals?

Go to the following web site.  The Job Accommodation Network (JAN) can help you determine possible accommodation for the work place. 



Did you complete the 16 personalities assessment?  Do you agree with your results and did you record and share them?

A reasonable accommodation is assistance or changes to a position or workplace that will enable an employee to do his or her job despite having a disability. Under the ADA, employers are required to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified employees with disabilities, unless doing so would pose an undue hardship.

Types of Accommodations

Accommodations work best when they target a specific barrier or challenge. For instance, for the person who can’t sit still to do math, an accommodation may be frequent breaks. For the person who struggles to write out answers on tests, an accommodation may be to have her give answers orally. The accommodation matches the need.

Here are four categories of accommodations for different needs.

  • Presentation: A change in the way information is presented. Example: Letting a person with dyslexia listen to audiobooks instead of reading printed text. 
  • Response: A change in the way a person completes assignments or tests. Example: Providing a keyboard to a child who struggles with handwriting when she’s writing an essay. 
  • Setting: A change in the environment where a person learns. Example: Allowing a person with ADHD to take a test in a separate room with fewer distractions. 
  • Timing and scheduling: A change to the time a person has for a task. Example: Providing extra time on homework for a person who has slow processing speed. 

What are the accommodations on your IEP?  You should know what they are and when to request them.



Transition assessment results can change over time or even if you take the same assessment two different days. These “tests” can give you ideas and insights, but are imperfect.

Did you complete the strengths assessment?  We will spend some work time today completing, saving it and sending it to your case manager.

Are you an introvert or extrovert?  Take this simple quiz online

Quiz: Are you an extrovert, introvert or ambivert?

here is a longer one:


Our next assessment with be a personality profile:


Click on the link above and answer the questions. Be sure to record your results.


Complete the strengths assessment by clicking on this link:

Identifying-Your-Strengths PP



Review and score your rating scales.  Social skills total is 87 and Executive Functioning 84.   Count you total number you rated yourself and divide by the totals for each.  For example if you scored 65 in social skills you will divide 65 by 87 and you should get a decimal.  Move the decimal two places to the right, drop the decimal and add a % mark. 

Social skills total 87, my score 65, divide 65 by 87 = 0.747126,  74%

Make sure you save and share your transition assessments!

Jasmin quitta@4j.lane.edu

Anders pettersson_a@4j.lane.edu

Include your name, percentage for social skills, percentage for executive functioning

Then write who completed the other scale for you and their percentage for social skills, percentage for executive functioning


We reviewed the connections rating scales.  Please print or download the rating scale and complete it electronically or on paper.  Each student will complete the scale based on having adult expectations without support.  Students will then ask a trusted person to complete the scale on them.  Next week we will tally the scale, figure out the percentage, compare the two perspectives and then keep the information for the future.  Next year students will complete it again to see how much growth they have made.

Connections Rating Scales

Connections-Raiting-Scales pdf


Connections Rating Scales


Describe yourself in five words.  Three strengths and two challenges.

Read this article  https://www.success.com/6-steps-to-discover-your-true-self/ and comment or reflect on each of the six points.

  1. Be quiet
  2. Realizing who you are and not who you want to be.
  3. Find our what you are good at (and not good at)
  4. Find what you are passionate about
  5. Ask for feedback
  6. Reassess your relationships

Open up Connections Rating Scales and complete it.  Be honest!  This is based on you having no help with the question and having adult expectations.  Have a trusted person complete it also and compare your answers.

Connections Rating Scales


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