Curricula for Teaching Children and Young People with Severe or Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties offers a range of compelling arguments for a distinct and separate pedagogical approach to the learning needs of the most educationally challenging pupils. This book, written in accessible, common sense and non-academic language, provides an easy-to-follow alternative curriculum specifically designed to enhance and enrich the learning of children with profound and multiple learning difficulties. Chapter by chapter, guidelines and support are offered in key curriculum areas, some of which include: Cognition Language, Literacy and Communication Mathematical Physical Sensory Creative Care Play Problem solving. This highly practical resource is essential reading for any educational professional, parents, school governors, teachers, teaching assistants, therapists and indeed anyone involved with maximising the educational opportunities of those with profound learning difficulties.using phonics (decoding letters, letter clusters and whole-word approaches ( recognising the shape of words) etc.) ... As stated, phonic skills have a major emphasis in accepted approaches to teaching literacy, through for example the UK National Literacy Strategy (DfEE, 1998), but there are ... An appreciation of the differences between spoken language and written language is critical to teaching literacy.
|Title||:||Curricula for Teaching Children and Young People with Severe Or Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties|
|Author||:||Peter Imray, Viv Hinchcliffe|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-10-30|