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Paul Ginnis Planning Tools - Will - Teacher Notes

Paul Ginnis Planning Tools - Will - Teacher Notes

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Published by Alan Forster
Teaching and Learning Resources
Teaching and Learning Resources

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Published by: Alan Forster on Aug 10, 2008
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\u2026 there\u2019s a way. Working with individual students who appear to have
learning difficulties involves finding personally appropriate strategies. Here
are a few to keep up your sleeve.
At the start of the lesson
1. Convert your instructions or lesson plan into a

\u2022 flow chart
\u2022series of pictures or diagrams
\u2022 list of key words
\u2022time-line
\u2022time-circle (like a clock face)
\u2022series of coloured cards placed in sequence on the desk

2. Have the instructions recorded on audio tape - the student can listen (using a \u2018Walkman\u2019) as
often as necessary
3. Ask the student to explain to you what to do before starting
4. Ask the student to explain to another student, or to find out from another student, what to do
5. Go through the instructions again adding gestures and actions
During the lesson

1. Set short deadlines for (or with) the student for specific tasks - turn these into challenges
2. Let the student hot-seat you to find out information
3. Give the student the \u2018mantle of the expert\u2019 (use a scarf or shawl) and hot-seat the student for

information
Where there\u2019s a will \u2026

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