Thanks for the comment. Yes the children I work with all have problems in that area and are in year one and two so I need to get them writing. I should have mentioned the age of the children in my description. Appreciate the feedback thank you :)
The documents here profile the various interventions we run at Thornleigh Salesian College – based on the premise that withdrawal groups should have a distinct purpose and clear outcomes. The template for the document was originally adapted from one featured in Beating Bureaucracy in Special Educational Needs by Jean Gross, which I would highly recommend to any SENCo or Learning Support teacher. --> For more: www.HumansNotRobots.co.uk
This resource focuses on differentiation and using a wide range of teaching styles.
This powerpoint can be used to support teachers planning of all children including those with SEND.
The elements that are focused on are:
-watching a video to unpick different types of differentiation and then focused activities
-discussion in groups
- barriers to children's learning and how to overcome them
-how to plan giving one example
All the actions onto one A4 sheet. I find this useful for a quick reference. Handy to give to all the Teaching Assistants, parent helpers, and parents for them to help their children. Other topics covered: Phonics; Reading.
Here are a couple of activities from the ELSA Support website which uses Minions to teach emotional literacy. There is a poster on 'How do you feel today?&' and a &';Minion sort' activity. Just added some &'emotion fans&';! It covers the core emotions of happy, sad, angry, scared, surprised and disgusted. ENJOY!