TES SEN MLD teaching resources
SEN - Pupils with moderate learning difficulties
The category of MLD is wide ranging and can cover a varied spectrum of pupils and needs. The range of resources may be used therefore with a variety of pupils and contexts. The resources have been chosen to offer teachers a host of opportunities to extend learning in many curriculum areas. The majority of the resources can also be further adapted to meet the specific needs of learners.
15 useful resources
- A great resource to support reading schemes and create opportunities for the pupils to take ownership of the reading materials.
- A very good introductory and plenary resource. A very good and clear focus for your visit to a castle or your castle topic.
- A very interesting way of introducing a range of concepts and ideas. If you would like to use it with older pupils then you can change the theme from Teddy Bears to something more appropriate. This is a well planned and organised resource.
- A way of introducing the modern Royal Family to the pupils. It also highlights family relationships. This is colourful and allows the pupils to create a resource using photographs. This may help to explain questions that arise after the Royal Wedding.
- A simple and effective resource to highlight the concepts of push and pull. It is a good starting point for discussion and encouraging pupils to consider other objects and perhaps produce their own Powerpoint.
- A simple worksheet which goes some way to addressing and highlighting plate tectonics. Ideal for a stater, plenary or discussion stimulus in a very topical area that is generating lots of questions amongst pupils.
- A very comprehensive resource. A mini-project that tests the students’ ability to follow instructions, make choices, handling data, using descriptive text and ICT. A fun resource on a motivating topic.
- A very simple introduction to symbols used on maps for pupils with special needs or young pupils. Clear pictures, minimal clear language.
- A rap to learn your tables. May inspire pupils to complete their own! This resource includes a backing track and example. A way of approaching times tables from a more modern and relevant perspective. It may inspire those who do not like rap to adopt a Glee or other approach!
- This is a resource supported with Widgit symbols. This resource is a set of flashcards with things to take on holiday.
- An excellent photo generator, suitable for use to produce visual flashcards and worksheets to support learning of ASD/SEN pupils across the curriculum.
- Various editable sheets of wrist bands for use as rewards or reminders across all stages. Some alternative use ideas included too.
- Great for work outdoors! Activity to match animals to their environments, providing the opportunity to talk about why they live there, what the animals are called and so on.
- Written for KS3 EBD boys. There are links on the lesson plans to websites.