Self-Assessment and Meta-Cognition Activities for World LanguageQuick View
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Self-Assessment and Meta-Cognition Activities for World Language

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Paying attention to the learning process helps learners improve, and that’s what these tools are for. These research-based self-assessment resources let students learn how to help themselves improve, particularly in speaking and listening activities. There are also tools to help you give feedback. Included in this bundle of resources are the following: • Listening Guide • Presentational Speech Self-Assessment • Speaking Activity Teacher Assessment • Speaking Activity Self-Assessment • Emotional Temperature Chart • Speaking Focus Signs
Team Building for SENQuick View
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Team Building for SEN

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Included in this pack are 6 detailed lesson plans that aim to develop team building amongst pupils with moderate to severe learning difficulties. This resource has been used with a variety of SEND students particularly visual impairment, cognitive delay, physical impairment through CP, SLD and ASD. This topic would also work well with primary aged pupils. The resource includes 6 individualized lessons plans. They offer the students an introduction to the world of team building and orienteering. Activities with a parachute are included with lessons lasting 30-40 minutes (excluding changing). The 6 lessons have a focus comprised with practical activities. They are: Working together Problem Solving Leadership Cooperation Planning and Communication Consolidation of skills
BTEC L3 Unit 12 Supporting Individuals with Additional Needs LAAQuick View
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BTEC L3 Unit 12 Supporting Individuals with Additional Needs LAA

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This is a large complete resource package for the delivery of the BTEC Level 3 Unit 12 - Supporting Individuals with Additional Needs Learning Aim A, A1, A2, A3 and A4. This package includes a 52 page Word booklet that can be adapted and altered to suit your teaching needs. It allows students to organise their notes and assignment planning, in one place. There are activities, research task and application, signposting learners to understand the assessment criteria. To aid understanding, during delivery, there are ELEVEN powerpoints and relevant videos to engage learners. The package covers the below topics, in the Learning Aim A spec.A: Examine Reasons why individuals may experience additional needs A1 Diagnosing or determining additional needs • Definitions of mild, moderate, severe and profound learning disabilities. • Diagnostic procedures, tools and standards used to diagnose a disability. • Professional background, qualifications and experience of those undertaking the diagnosis and assessment. • Parameters used to describe the diagnosed condition. This must include the type, causation, severity and stability over time, and prognosis of the condition. A2 Cognitive and learning needs • Learning difficulties, to include dyslexia, dyspraxia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). • Autism-spectrum disorders, to include Asperger syndrome, pervasive developmental disorder not otherwise specified (PDD-NOS) and childhood disintegrative disorder. • Inherited conditions, to include Down’s syndrome, Huntington’s disease, dementia, Alzheimer’s. • Needs of older people, to include memory loss, slower cognitive speed, life-long learning. A3 Physical and health needs • Needs of older people, to include arthritis, diabetes and cardiovascular disease. • Health needs, to include physical needs cystic fibrosis, sickle cell disorders, stroke a mental illnesses. • Sensory disabilities, to include deafness and hearing impairment, visual impairment. • Accidents, to include paraplegia, loss of limb. • Infectious diseases that can lead to individuals having additional needs. • Problems during pregnancy and birth that can lead to individuals having additional needs. A4 Social and emotional needs • Needs generated from family circumstances, to include specific needs of looked-after children, bereavement, school refuser (non-attendance) and bullying. • Needs generated by being elderly, to include loss of loved ones, fear of dying, family far away, isolation, lack of money. • Needs affected by the learning environment. For more free resources, join the Facebook Health and Social Care resource sharing group, for teachers https://www.facebook.com/groups/2604565699820894/ For more free and small charge, good value complete delivery resource packages, visit my TES shop, to find them all in the same place with a handy search facility. https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/shop/HSCresources Good luck in your teaching :-)
Disability and Neurodiversity - Physical DisabilitiesQuick View
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Disability and Neurodiversity - Physical Disabilities

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This is episode 6 of a Disability and Neurodiversity Training series, outlining terminology, the student experience, approaches, and debunking stereotypes about visual impairments, deafness, and mobility impairments. This is ideal for teacher training, basic education, and general interest :)
Magnetism and electromagnetism SENDQuick View
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Magnetism and electromagnetism SEND

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These are magnetism and electromagnetism wordsearches adapted to lower ability students and visually impaired students. Letters are larger and there are only 15 words in the lower ability sheet with the simplest words. Wordsearches are an excellent tool to develop and improve scientific vocabulary. Students should be encouraged to work together and say the words aloud to ensure they are internalised, The sheet suitable for students with visual impairment (SEND) has good contrast colours (black and yellow), recommended font ARIAL size of 14. They are suitable for students aged from 7 -15 for all curriculum
SEN TRAITS AND STRATEGIESQuick View
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SEN TRAITS AND STRATEGIES

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This comes with 2 resources! One is a powerpoint of all the info and one is a word doc that is ‘bookmarks’ Common traits and teaching strategies for: Asperger’s Syndrome Autism ADHD/ADD Dyslexia Dyscalculia Dyspraxia Visually Impaired Hearing Impaired Speech/Language Reading Handwriting You can add any others!
Sensory Story lesson plan  Lullabyhullaballoo  PMLD KS1 KS2 KS3Quick View
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Sensory Story lesson plan Lullabyhullaballoo PMLD KS1 KS2 KS3

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This item describes how to resource and deliver the story of Lullabyhullaballoo by Mick Inkpen in a multi sensory and inclusive way. It is designed to be used with a group of up to seven learners of primary or secondary school age who have profound and multiple learning disabilities are working at P1-3 and may also have physical and/or sensory impairments. This activity encourages uses of visual, auditory, olfactory and tactile senses and engages with visual, linguistic, kinaesthetic, musical, interpersonal, intrapersonal and naturalistic learning styles. Also included are ideas for linked activities, sample Learning Objectives and examples of assessment opportunities for the descriptors of Pscales P1 -P3ii . This activity has many opportunities for assessment against the Routes for Learning tool.
Learning to Take Turns - Skill Development Program - Turntaking!Quick View
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Learning to Take Turns - Skill Development Program - Turntaking!

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This is a one page handout which provides numerous strategies to support an individual to learn to take turns. This is a great handout for parents, carers and/or other allied health professionals. This resource has been very valuable and beneficial in supporting children with learning difficulties, cognitive impairments and/or intellectual disabilities to learn how to take turns.
Jungle Sensory StoryQuick View
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Jungle Sensory Story

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This power-point story takes students through a wonderful sensory journey through the jungle. It has a range of sensory experiences for children and young adults with SLD and PMLD. I write these stories for my own children and my dad does the illustrations. I hope you like them
Social Psychology: Social Influence Unit- PPTs, Worksheets, Assessment & VideoQuick View
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Social Psychology: Social Influence Unit- PPTs, Worksheets, Assessment & Video

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Social Psychology: Social Influence includes Social Cognition PowerPoints, Handouts, Role-play, Quiz, Video Links - Lesson Plans included. This Social Influence Unit has 7-8 days worth of lessons. I have used this for both AP Psychology and regular classes. Each lesson begins with a warm-up, PowerPoint lecture, a review handout or activity and closes with an exit ticket. Unit ends with an assessment that covers everything from the unit. Social Cognition PowerPoints include lecture notes and Youtube links to videos that illustrate real life examples of concepts. This does not cover all of Social Psychology. This is the second of two units that makes up Social Psychology. The first is Social Cognition Unit. Topics Include Social Norms Deindividuation Social Facilitation, Social Impairment, Social Loafing Conformity - Solomon Asch's study - Public Conformity - Private Acceptance Compliance - Foot-in-the-Door Technique - Door-in-the-Face Procedure - Low-ball Approach Obedience - Stanley Milgrim's Study - Factors affecting Obedience - “Captainitis” phenomenon Agression - Various Approaches - Social Scripts Altruism - Social Exchange Theory - Social Responsibility Norm - Kitty Genovese Case - Bystander Affect More stuff on the way! For more great products, visit my store at Big Ideas in Teaching or find me on Pinterest!
Holiday Wh- Question Mini PackQuick View
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Holiday Wh- Question Mini Pack

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This mini pack is a fun way to help your students learn how to successfully answer who, what, where, when, and why questions in a fun holiday theme! This skill can be a struggle for children with autism, cognitive impairments, or speech disorders. Using visuals, multiple examples, and structure will allow students to learn this skill successfully with this resource! This product contains: - 5 Visual Wh- Question Worksheets - Holiday Themed Wh- Question Mini Book Anything holiday related is always motivating and engaging! Target important concepts while still joining in on the fun of the season!
Child Development of Hearing and TalkingQuick View
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Child Development of Hearing and Talking

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Great resource which highlights the hallmarks of child development in relation to hearing and talking. Can be used as an indicator to identify whether there is any develomental delay, potential cognitive impairment, inellectual disability and associated impairments. ABOUT US All Therapy Resources pride ourselves on creating therapeutic, behavioural and educational resources that we use in-house within our own practice. This means that our resources are tried and tested by a team of Allied Health professionals - Counsellors, Occupational and Speech Therapists, Behaviour Practitioners, Play Therapists and Psychologists - so we know they work! Because we are fortunate to have such a wonderful and diverse range of clients, our resources cover a broad spectrum of Social Emotional Learning (SEL) topics. These include resources on Impulse Control, Anger Management, Anxiety, Mental Health and psychotherapy treatment, DBT and CBT interventions, Social and Friendship Skills , Conflict Management, SPED, Individual and Group Curriculums, Executive Functioning, Classroom Management, Career Exploration, Counselling Documentation and even Professional Development. We want to see everyone thrive, and our resources can help ensure that you can too.
Functional Skills Maths - Entry Level 2 - MultiplicationQuick View
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Functional Skills Maths - Entry Level 2 - Multiplication

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This resource has been designed for students working towards Functional Skills Maths qualifications at Entry Level 2. It contains an age-appropriate, fully editable, 170-slide PowerPoint lesson and a 35-page workbook on multiplication (outcome 6: Multiply whole numbers in the range 0x0 to 12x12 (times tables). These resources will help pupils to achieve the following outcomes: to understand that multiplication is the same as repeated addition. to multiply whole numbers in the range 0 × 0 to 12 × 12 (times tables). to recall and use multiplication facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables. to use and interpret multiplication in real-life situations for solving problems. PowerPoint Lesson The PowerPoint lesson focuses on: an explanation of what multiplication is - repeated addition with examples 2x table 5x table 10x table multiplication grid word problems involving multiplication Many opportunities are provided within the PowerPoint for pupils to develop their understanding of multiplication and to practise using the skill using both concrete and abstract examples. It is an ideal resource to introduce this component of the maths functional skills specification and for revision purposes. Workbook The 35-page workbook contains 6 information/explanation pages, 26 worksheets, 2 progress checks, a certificate of achievement and answers. The resource is available in both a PDF and an editable version to enable teachers to personalise the resource if desired. It can be used for classwork, homework, revision or as an independent learning pack. Please note that the watermark on the preview images is not present on the resource itself. If you buy this resource and are pleased with your purchase, I would be extremely grateful if you could leave a review. As a token of appreciation, you can have a free resource of your choice up to the same value as your purchased resource. Just email inspireandeducate@aol.co.uk with your user name, the resource you have reviewed and the resource you would like for free. Functional Skills Maths - Entry Level 2 Bundle This bundle contains 13 workbooks and 13 PowerPoint lessons that cover the entire specification for Functional Skills Maths at Entry Level 2. Functional Skills Maths - Entry Level 1 Bundle More Entry Level Functional Skills Maths Resources Entry Level English Resources
Remedial Maths Series: Fractions  (Students At Risk in Mathematics)Quick View
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Remedial Maths Series: Fractions (Students At Risk in Mathematics)

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This is a Photocopy Master ebook (56 pages) and activity pages may be photocopied for use in the classroom. Our ebooks are in pdf format. The Remedial Maths Series is designed to provide remediation in key areas of mathematics. The books are directed towards upper primary children requiring assistance with concepts incorporated in the final three years of the primary school mathematics curriculum. 'Remedial Fractions' explains the basic concepts of fractions, including the relationship between fractions, decimals and percentages. The activities are sequenced in line with standard syllabus structures, covering a number of stages as opposed to a straight year level, and will provide students with the opportunity to catch up on much-needed skills. Author: Jane Bourke N.B. Edubooks is an imprint of Ready-Ed Publications
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Wh- Question Bingo

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Responding to who, what, where, when, and why questions can be extremely challenging for children with autism, cognitive impairments, or speech disorders. Practice answering questions using these fun bingo games! Using visuals, multiple examples, and structure will allow students to learn this skill successfully with this resource! This product contains: - Who Bingo - What Bingo - Where Bingo - When Bingo - Why Bingo - Wh- Mix Up {containing who, what, where, when, & why questions} Each game contains 16 calling cards & 10 playing boards! 6 separate bingo games are included in this set! Working on each wh- question in isolation will allow students to identifying the patterning in responding. The wh- mix up game will help teach discrimination!
Wh- Question Seasonal Units {6 Units Included}Quick View
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Wh- Question Seasonal Units {6 Units Included}

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These units are a fun way to help your students learn how to successfully answer who, what, where, when, and why questions in a fun holiday theme! This skill can be a struggle for children with autism, cognitive impairments, or speech disorders. Using visuals, multiple examples, and structure will allow students to learn this skill successfully with this resource! This product contains 6 units: - Halloween - Thanksgiving - Christmas - Valentine's Day - St. Patrick's Day - Easter Each unit contains product contains: - Visual Wh- Question Worksheets - Written Wh- Question Worksheets - Themed Wh- Question Mini Book - Photo Wh- Question Flashcards Anything holiday related is always motivating and engaging! Target important concepts while still joining in on the fun of the season!
Building Communication Skills - Early InterventionQuick View
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Building Communication Skills - Early Intervention

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This Early Intervention Speech Therapy Resource has been developed as a Building Communication Skills Program. It has been developed to assist you in using pictures/visuals and Makaton signs to facilitate communication with your child. This program is great for individuals with intellectual disabilities and cognitive impairments who require the use of visual supports to supplement and build upon their communication attempts. This package includes: Strategies when using visuals to help your child communicate Learning new words Making sentences Communicative temptations Strategies when using Makaton signs to help your child communicate Why is signing used with children with communication difficulties Points to remember when introducing signing stages in teaching your child signs