Create an inclusive classroom for all with this resource. From Sensory Box Fire Station to Victorian Me, this book is overflowing with ideas for engaging and accessible Geography, History and Language lessons. Each lesson is tailored for children working below National Curriculum levels and includes a learning objective, the resources needed, the main activity, a plenary and a consolidation activity to help support children's understanding.
The activities in this book have been specifically designed to promote fine and gross motor skills and utilise lots of visual stimulus, which is important for working with children with SEN. This straightforward and practical book offers you 101 creative classroom activities for teaching Humanities and Languages to pupils who are working below national curriculum levels, as well as mapping the range of additional skills they will acquire.
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Number of pages: 144
Weight: 264 g
Dimensions: 246 x 173 x 10 mm
The 101 Inclusive and SEN Lessons series has been an invaluable resource to support inclusion within our school. Each lesson is easy for teachers to implement, yet still manages to be fun and full of opportunities to develop communication and other essential skills.
101 Inclusive and SEN Humanities and Language Lessons is especially useful as this area of the National Curriculum, particularly languages, can seem less accessible for pupils with SEND. With so many ideas to make learning active and concrete, Kate and Claire have again proved that every lesson - and every classroom - can be inclusive.
This book fills a niche gap in terms of educational books relating to children with complex needs and learning disabilities. It is packed with innovative ideas for sensory learners through to those requiring more challenging objectives. The book contains starter activities, mains and consolidation activities in an accessible manner for children with SEND. The book addresses the requirements of the P Levels while also referring to the recommendations from the Rochford Review. This book will be a valuable addition to teaching resources for those with SEND. -- Cherryl Drabble, Assistant Head Teacher and author of Introducing a School Dog and Supporting Children with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities
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