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Dividing Integers with Decimals

Dividing Integers with Decimals

A lesson on Dividing integers with decimals using short division. Dyslexic friendly font, powerpoint contains answers and a video for visual learners, activities including worksheets are differentiated. Resources are designed to reflect and respond to students who might have: slower processing, cognitive ability, sensory overload and difficulties with rigid or over flexible thinking. Can easily be used for KS2, KS3 or KS4 intervention groups.
Charmartin19
Multiplying Decimals

Multiplying Decimals

A lesson on multiplying decimals using the lattice method. Dyslexic friendly font, powerpoint contains answers and a video for visual learners, activities including worksheets are differentiated. Resources are designed to reflect and respond to students who might have: slower processing, cognitive ability, sensory overload and difficulties with rigid or over flexible thinking. Aimed at SEND Year 8 students but can easily be used for KS2, KS3 or KS4 intervention groups.
Charmartin19
Fractions - working with Half or 1/2

Fractions - working with Half or 1/2

Fractions - working with Half or 1/2 resources for special education and early years. This includes worksheets and interactive whiteboard resources. To teach the mathematical concepts of fractions and specifically Half. It is a hands on activity, which has an in-built comprehension section. It was designed for secondary aged special educational needs students and I have used images that are motivating for this age group as you will see, you can easily adapt the resource to include images that will motivate your students.
pearp
BSL Course for teachers in Cardiff

BSL Course for teachers in Cardiff

Learning some British Sign Language (BSL) can help break down barriers and create a friendly and accessible environment. Our Start to Sign training course will provide you with basic BSL skills to communicate with pupils who are deaf and use BSL. It is a fantastic introduction to BSL, giving you the opportunity to learn more than 150 signs in a day. Start to Sign at Schools: Cardiff Training Day November 16th Time 09:30 – 14:30 As a teacher, do you or your colleagues work with pupils whose main language is British Sign Language (BSL)? Learning some British Sign Language (BSL) can help break down barriers and create a friendly and accessible environment. Our Start to Sign training course will provide you with basic BSL skills to communicate with pupils who are deaf and use BSL. It is a fantastic introduction to BSL, giving you the opportunity to learn more than 150 signs in a day. Lunch is provided! By the end of the course, you will be able to: Recognise and apply basic grammatical structures in BSL Use appropriate greetings Communicate your job title / role in BSL Introduce yourself using fingerspelling Hold a brief conversation with a person who is deaf using everyday vocabulary How is the course delivered? The Start to Sign course is delivered by an experienced trainer whose first or preferred language is BSL. The course duration is one working day, usually 10:00 to 17:00, with an hour for lunch. A half day course is also available. Certification The course is Continuing Professional Development (CPD) accredited, so participants will receive a certificate of attendance showing the CPD points achieved (3 points for the half day course and 6 points for the full day course). Participants will also receive an information pack. Find out more For more information and to book your place on the Start to Sign course: Telephone: 0333 240 5658 (calls welcome using Next Generation Text) Textphone: 0333 014 4530 Email: access.solutions@hearingloss.org.uk
alison_winter
Thinking Hats - Project Planning

Thinking Hats - Project Planning

A useful set of resource's which students find useful to plan their work and make sure that they are thinking about their work in a varied way. I have used this with individual students and with group projects to great effect. Let me know what you think.
j.d.chandler
Easy to access EHCP front sheet including objectives and provision

Easy to access EHCP front sheet including objectives and provision

This is a sheet that I have created to summarise all of the information found in an EHCP document. I type the objectives and dos and don'ts onto the first sheet and then on the second sheet is a timetable for the week that allows you to map out provision. This has been very useful for holding teachers to account in ensuring that EHCP objectives are being worked towards and allows easy monitoring of progress towards achievement.
emilylouisamiller
Books and Cards Bundle

Books and Cards Bundle

Get our Dream Diary and Mood Journal ebooks together and recieve Emotions Colouring books for free. Also comes with Halloween and Mandala colouring worksheets and the emotions flashcards and game. Great for all ages from young kids to nurture groups to adults! All money from this bundle - and all our resources - goes into printing educational resources and books for our students in West London schools. Thank you for taking a look!
harle
Australian Money: Halloween Music Store: buying Spooky Youtube Clips

Australian Money: Halloween Music Store: buying Spooky Youtube Clips

Halloween Music Store - Students can develop their money recognition skills and using money to buy things with these activities. It is the equivalent of the old class shop, but revamped to use the internet to 'purchase' music clips. I have given this music store a Halloween theme as Halloween is always very motivating. It was designed for Secondary students with special needs, but can be easily used for all students. It is an age appropriate Money Math activity for secondary students, where they are motivated to purchase their favourite music. I have included a word document, to help you change the music for your students tastes.
pearp