Dyslexia support packQuick View
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Dyslexia support pack

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Includes: finger space with prompts for writing, come back to the line prompt to support children who slope down the page, reading tracker to help children to read specific lines and follow the text, reading support strips to support reading techniques for weaker readers. And a document with them all on one page (slightly less quality, not sure why)
An Inspector Calls - Dyslexia friendly modified textQuick View
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An Inspector Calls - Dyslexia friendly modified text

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This version of the play is perfect for dyslexic students! No more difficulty reading, retrieving key quotes or struggling to link the words of the play to visual cues. I have created this for my dyslexic students but any students with processing difficulties or ADD would also find this layout useful. The entire text is doubled spaced and laid out in a dyslexia friendly structure. All character names are in bold making it easy to identify a change in speaker. There are visual cues throughout the text to help students make links between the words on the page and what is happening in the play. I have also highlighted key quotes and moments throughout the play which are linked to the separate question booklet that comes with the download. All quotes are highlighted in red with page number prompts. I have already used this with my students and it has increased their confidence in reading aloud and engaging with the complexities of the play. Anyone with access to IPads can open this on the devices to save printing costs!
Dyspraxia, Dyslexia and Dyscalculia support activitiesQuick View
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Dyspraxia, Dyslexia and Dyscalculia support activities

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Hundreds of ideas designed to support children who have dyslexia, dyscalculia or dyspraxia. The activities are split into KS1 and KS2 and are designed to be undertaken either as part of small group work or one to one. Each activity uses minimum resources and gives clear instructions on how to carry out and extend the child's ability.
DyslexiaQuick View
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Dyslexia

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This presentation was put together to inform and inspire people working with dyslexic learners.
DyslexiaQuick View
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Dyslexia

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Attached is a comprehensive and up-to-date ‘Dyslexia’ screening form; a ‘dyslexia friendly’ reading and writing manual and some great ‘child friendly’ reading and writing tracking sheets.
Dyslexia-Friendly Marking GuidelinesQuick View
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Dyslexia-Friendly Marking Guidelines

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A relatively short guide on marking the written work of KS3 / KS4 students with 'dyslexic tendencies&' i.e. those who struggle with basic literacy, and are working around English NC Level 2 - 4. The guide is worth sharing beyond the English / literacy area with other subjects, such as RE and History, which also rely on written responses as a way of assessment. --> For more: www.HumansNotRobots.co.uk
DyslexiaQuick View
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Dyslexia

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Dyslexia is a common type of learning difficulty that primarily affects the skills involved in the reading and spelling of words. In this video, Daniel tells his story and an expert gives their advice on symptoms, causes and treatment options. Learn about the symptoms of dyslexia: http://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Dyslexia/Pages/Symptoms.aspx
KS1/KS2 Dyslexia support activities 100+Quick View
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KS1/KS2 Dyslexia support activities 100+

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Over a hundred ideas designed to support children who have dyslexia. The activities are split into KS1 and KS2 and are designed to be undertaken either as part of small group work or one to one. Each activity uses minimum resources and gives clear instructions on how to carry out and extend the child's ability.
Multi-sensory Dyslexia Intervention Introduction (Lesson Plans & Resources)Quick View
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Multi-sensory Dyslexia Intervention Introduction (Lesson Plans & Resources)

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This resource is an introduction to multi-sensory literacy interventions for pupils who have a diagnosis of dyslexia. The resource contains the first 5 lessons, following the 'Teaching Literacy to Learners with Dyslexia', however the lesson plans can be modified to suit your own programmes. Also included are a range of editable resources including spelling cards, reading cards, and worksheet templates. Please note: the previews do not show the correct fonts - look at the PDF prints for font samples! I have provided this resource as support for those completing L5/L7 SpLD qualifications and who are working towards AMBDA / APS / ATS as there is little guidance available for the multi-sensory teaching side. The PDF prints show the resources as they are with the correct fonts installed. All resources are fully editable, however to get the best out of them you will need to install the following free fonts: *Cursive handwriting tryout *Sassoon Primary
Dyslexia Screening FormQuick View
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Dyslexia Screening Form

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This useful ‘screening form’ identifies dyslexic tendencies and is an excellent tool to determine whether or not a child requires a formal assessment. This form was put together in consultation with a UK dyslexic specialist. PLEASE NOTE: Observations should be carried out over a few weeks. This screening form does not diagnose dyslexia.
Dyslexia StrategiesQuick View
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Dyslexia Strategies

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This resource can be used to raise awareness for staff and can easily be adapted for raising awareness amongst students.
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Dyslexia CPD powerpoint

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PowerPoint on dyslexia made for staff CPD session. There are a number of video links included that can be used with this presentation.
Learn to Tell the Time - Dyslexia  Dyscalculia FriendlyQuick View
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Learn to Tell the Time - Dyslexia Dyscalculia Friendly

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The Aramazu method of learning to tell the time on an analogue clock was originally developed for primary school children. This collection of resources adapts the Aramazu approach to appeal to secondary school students. I have used this approach successfully to teach 16-18 year old students with dyslexia and dyscalculia how to tell the time. The resources included in this package are: A Student Progress Tracker I glue this in my student’s books. The tracker shows 8 levels that the students have to move up in order to reach the target. Students start at the bottom (level 1) and once each level is completed, we highlight it. The goal is to reach level 8.  The progress path is shown both in words and pictures so all my students can access the information. An Illustrated Set of Notes These can be used as a interactive teaching resource or as handouts for students. Flash Cards / Match Pairs Cards The Aramazu clocks can be used as flash cards or together with the word cards as a matching activity. A Giant Aramazu Wall Clock Perfect for kinestic and visual learners, a printable giant Aramazu wall clock for students to practise showing the time on. I’ve also included a few worksheets and posters to support learning. The end goal is for students to be able to tell the time to 5 minute intervals on an Aramazu clock. Once students have mastered this, you can then use the ‘Goodbye Aramazu’ resource to support students with the transition to reading a ‘typical’ analogue clock: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/learn-to-tell-the-time-goodbye-aramazu-12084255
Dyslexia INSET Presentation & ActivitiesQuick View
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Dyslexia INSET Presentation & Activities

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This is a resource bundle designed to support staff with helping students with dyslexia & processing difficulties. The main resource presentation is designed as a presentation/inset on Dyslexia for teachers and teaching assistants. It covers and explains the key areas of the dyslexic profile, linking theory with practical strategies for recognising and supporting learners with dyslexia in the classroom. It includes interactive content, discussion or work focus activities & video links. There are 42 slides in the presentation. The time frame for delivery is 1-2 hours depending upon how formal you make the activities and the extent to which linked videos are utilised. The presentation has been written by my wife who is a fully qualified dyslexia assessor & works for schools & Local Authorities on assessment & dyslexia provision. She has also included the following resources: 21 revision tips to support students with dyslexia a presentation on strategies to speed up processing A presentation on memory and mind mapping to support students with learning difficulties.
Resources to support multisensory routines for teaching learners with dyslexiaQuick View
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Resources to support multisensory routines for teaching learners with dyslexia

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Nine Resources to support routines from the Conquering Literacy Programme which can be used with Alpha and Omega, Read Write Inc, the Hickey Programme, Beat Dyslexia and The Bangor Programme. Nine resources available in one pdf. Resources are; Stimulus Response Routine; Simultaneous Oral Spelling card; Look and cover routine for irregular spellings; The Dictation Routine; The reading and spelling card routine; Cursive writing board; Refresh board; Vowel board; The Beginning Middle and End Board. Two versions of most including instructions on the first copy.
Dyslexia Awareness and Methods for SupportQuick View
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Dyslexia Awareness and Methods for Support

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You are purchasing the presentation and marking guide only from this resource. The videos have been downloaded from YouTube for further development and understanding of the concepts of Dyslexia support.  The resources were devised to be used in a teacher training session to raise awareness. By the end of this session you will: *be aware of the ways in which dyslexia can have an impact on learning, *be familiar with a range of practical strategies and approaches to support learners with dyslexia, *have considered some of the issues that have an impact on the support for learners with dyslexia such as dyslexia assessment, funding, and confidentiality, *be aware of the resources available for learners. *have an opportunity to reflect on your own knowledge and practice.