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Teaching tools to help sts with SEN handout

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Teaching tools to help sts with SEN handout

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Teaching tools to help sts with SEN handout

  1. 1. Página 1 de 2 MSD 7, Dickens Institute Teaching Techniques: Tools for helping students with special educational needs General accommodations:  give more time  give short, concise, linear instructions, one task at a time  give handout of whiteboard work  materials should be well-structured / clear / linear with logical, predictable progression  involve a minimum of jumping about (eg backwards and forwards, from box A to box B etc)  have sentences on single lines where possible  keep new language to a minimum  provide review and consolidation  avoid too much contrastive word input (eg their / there / they’re )  avoid tasks designed to ‘catch out’ or ‘test’  be multi-sensory and multi-media where possible  have larger, dyslexic-friendly font / larger spacing / darker background Vocabulary Use colour code rather than terminology (Noun=red, verb=Green, adjectives=blue for example) Word formation games Vocabulary box Rhymes Word search games Other ideas: Contact Information https://silviarovegno.wordpress.com/ silviarovegno@gmail.com Online resources www.ldao.ca www.dyslexia-teacher.co.uk www.interdys.org www.bdadyslexia.org.uk www.dyslexia-parent.com
  2. 2. Página 2 de 2 Grammar Use PPP (Presentation, practice, production) Contextualised in a short text From manipulative practice to freer practice Grammar games Other ideas: Reading Break down text in smaller units Pre-reading: work on previous knowledge and vocabulary from text While reading: short answers questions, multisensory tasks Don’t ask them to read aloud! Other ideas: Writing Pre-writing tasks: brainstorming and outline Use model texts and analyse them Review vocabulary and structures needed for that writing task Other ideas:

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