By Kate Ripley
Designed for all those that aid older teenagers and teenagers with speech and language problems, this source presents principles, functional techniques and special information regarding the speech, language and verbal exchange wishes (SLCN) of older scholars. incorporated within the ebook are the subsequent: - transparent reasons of the problems it's possible you'll see scholars experiencing - functional ideas to take advantage of while operating with members, and small teams of scholars - recommendation on the right way to adapt the curriculum to fit scholars' person wishes - case reports illustrating universal problem areas - suggestions on easy methods to plan for potent multi-disciplinary operating - a CD-Rom containing plenty of priceless photocopiables, and coaching fabrics either authors have over two decades adventure of offering classes to lecturers, certain wishes Co-ordinators (SENCOs) and professional Outreach lecturers in numerous neighborhood experts, extra schooling schools and collage departments. Kate Ripley is an academic Psychologist, coach and nationwide and foreign convention speaker on issues regarding speech, language and conversation wishes. Jenny Barrett is a Speech and Language Therapist with across the world regarded services in her box, who now works as a contract advisor.
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Thus, we may focus our attention on one man in the railway carriage who is noisily chatting on a mobile telephone and be able to recognize him later, but not have any recognition or recall memory for the rest of the people we sat near. This example illustrates how we all continuously filter out a lot of information that is not judged as important and make active decisions about what we will attend to and remember, or try to remember. Without this ability to prioritize the information received by This SAGE ebook is copyright and is supplied by NetLibrary.
6) icons can be used for key words which represent universal concepts or topic-specific vocabulary Visual dictionaries for topics such as category dictionaries Worksheets using icons Topic and concept webs Diagrams to represent text Charts and graphs Revision guides using mind mapping A sample lesson plan can be found on the website for Tourism and Leisure. 4 Strategies to support individual students Even when strategies are in place to support learning in the classroom, some students will require additional individual support.
Mood variables – Teasdale and Fogarty (1979) demonstrated that mood can affect recall. When people are sad they remember more sad events. Recall is aided when the new information is linked to what is already known so that the information becomes part of a whole network of meaning. If there are more links to the target information it is possible to use a range of self-cueing techniques – there is not just one route to recall. This SAGE ebook is copyright and is supplied by NetLibrary. Unauthorised distribution forbidden.