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10 yr old boy with auditory processing difficulties

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by grandelle, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. grandelle

    grandelle New commenter

    I wondered if anyone has or had any experience using effective materials when teaching children with this difficulty. Before I retired, I was able to support children in the classroom as well as 1-1 but the intervention tended to be linked with what was going on in the classroom. I no longer work in a school and so don't have resources to hand. I'd be prepared to buy something worthwhile. I thought I could use homework tasks as a starting point in getting to know the boy.
    I'd be grateful for any suggestions.
     
  2. grandelle

    grandelle New commenter

    I wondered if anyone has or had any experience using effective materials when teaching children with this difficulty. Before I retired, I was able to support children in the classroom as well as 1-1 but the intervention tended to be linked with what was going on in the classroom. I no longer work in a school and so don't have resources to hand. I'd be prepared to buy something worthwhile. I thought I could use homework tasks as a starting point in getting to know the boy.
    I'd be grateful for any suggestions.
     
  3. Hi, in what capacity will you be teaching the boy?
     
  4. grandelle

    grandelle New commenter

    Not sure exactly what you mean. I'm a retired SEN teacher and the boy is a grandson of a friend's friend!
     
  5. grandelle

    grandelle New commenter

    Do you have any thoughts, dc88? From your other posts, you sound like the ideal person to advise me? Maybe you disapprove of what I'm about to do?
    Thanks for any opinions.
     

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