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GoldSEN: Specialising in PE for pupils with Special needs

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GoldSEN is a TES shop that specialises in providing resources for those teaching Physical Education, particularly pupils with SEN. Resources include sample lesson plans, medium term planning and assessment criteria. The resources cater for pupils with a range of needs.

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GoldSEN is a TES shop that specialises in providing resources for those teaching Physical Education, particularly pupils with SEN. Resources include sample lesson plans, medium term planning and assessment criteria. The resources cater for pupils with a range of needs.
SEND Geography
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SEND Geography

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This resource has been developed in an SEND setting with the aim of giving students an idea of different countries and cultures and comparing them with the UK. Three distinct countries are used for comparison - China, Germany and Brazil. The topic is delivered over 6 week with each session ending with a simple answer sheet testing knowledge (great for evidence of the students work and requiring minimal writing). For session 1-4 an accompanying Power Point slide has been put together to act as visual prompts for the students.
Foreign Cultures for SEND
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Foreign Cultures for SEND

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The program will aim to develop students understanding of different cultures within the world. Over a 12 week program of study, students will look at 6 distinct cultures and identify some of the different tastes, smells, noises and items associated with that particular culture. To achieve this the session will be fragmented into two halves with the second half of sessions then further broken down into smaller groups. Students will begin with a presentation of information related to that culture in the format of attention autism/all (e.g. what do I have in my bucket today), with items pulled out relating to that culture. Following this the class will be broken into groups of 2-3 and will go round with a TA from table to table to try some of the different items related to that culture. A culture will subsequently be taught over a two week period to reinforce learning, with the outline of the lesson repeated. Students will learn about the following cultures/countries: 1. Italian (European) 2. Indian (Asian Sub-continent) 3. Chinese (Asia) 4. Brazil (South American) 5. Australia (Australasian) 6. Kenyan (African)