Teachers need realistic ideas to help them the day-to-day challenges of inclusion. Written by an experienced and sympathetic Inclusion Coordinator, Inclusion covers planning and setting targets using P scales and IEPs, photocopiable sheets and templates. The book helps teachers and TAs work together to best support students and promotes successful communication between teachers and students, and students and students.The planning for this type of lesson fits in well with the Key Stage 3 Strategy that recommends a three part lesson: a whole class session, group work, and then a plenary. ... How thin does a 3D shape have to be to become 2D? Not the kind ofanbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2013-05-24|