Inclusion: How to Do it in Secondary Schools
By: Sue Briggs (author)Hardback
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Written by an experienced teacher, adviser and SEN consultant, this practical book helps secondary teachers with all aspect of teaching children with SEN, including planning, teaching and learning and working with parents and provide invaluable photocopiable resources. It will help teachers and TAs work together to support students more effectively, and promotes successful communication between teachers, parents and students. Fully updated in 2014 to include the revised SEN Code of Practice.
Sue Briggs is a nationally recognised expert in special educational needs and disabilities (SEND)
Introduction; Grouping for inclusion; Support for inclusion; Planning the curriculum for inclusion in primary schools; Planning the curriculum for inclusion in secondary schools; Using the P-scales to support inclusion; Communicating with children with learning difficulties; Social interaction and behaviour; Life skills in the mainstream context; Transitions
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