A booklet I created to help SEN students at Entry 1 level in writing diary entries.
E1 Write short simple sentences Use written words and phrases to present information Construct simple sentences using full stops Plan, draft and organise writing Sequence writing logically and clearly
Writing booklet covering three objectives Writing for different forms, purposes and audiences. Write to communicate meaning using a range of vocabulary and sentence structures with accurate spellinh and punctuation. Organise information and ideas.
Know basic hygiene rules Identify three hygiene procedures to follow when handling food Know how to store different types of food Identify tinned, fresh and frozen foods State where and how each would be stored
A booklet created for SEN children to distinguish between fact and opinion and to cover objectives for LEVEL 1.
A booklet I created for secondary SEN students to complete for diary entries.
Know utensils required for food prep Be able to prepare a seasonal vegetable for a soup Participate in cleaning up after self Be able to weigh and measure ingredients Know how to prepare service area and tables Participate insetting up a service area
This booklet was created for special needs children so that they could work through at their own pace. Write short texts with some awareness of the intended audience Use written words and phrases to record and present information Construct compound sentences using common conjunctions Punctuate correctly,using upper and lower case, full stops and question marks. Spell correctly all high frequency words and words with common spelling patterns
This is a powerpoint aimed at E2 to L1 SEN English students that goes through what a sensory adjective is, there is a booklet to accompany and sensory adjective list to accompany this. The resource can be used across at least two to three lessons. Used for post 16 SEN students. LO. Understand what a sensory adjective is LO. Use sensory adjectives to describe food LO. Understand food vocabulary LO. Create a health menu using sensory adjectives LO. Understand what foods have high or low calories (embedding maths)
A booklet to accompany the powerpoint food glorious food. Describe the images in the powerpoint then refer to the sensory adjective list to use more words . Then moving on to look at words that they have not heard before and understand their meaning. This leads then to creating their own menu using sensory adjectives. Calorie counting has also been embedded in the booklet for the Maths element.