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Interview Help!

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by teacherba, Apr 10, 2011.

  1. teacherba

    teacherba New commenter

    Hi, I am also applying for a new SEN job, but have been teaching SEN for 5 yrs. I would look at doing a sensory story sack and be very interactive. a short story could last 20-25 minutes by the time you go around each pupil. have a look at the b squared skills for pace if you can get hold of a copy. get hold of a big make or switch toy, use symbols if appropriate.
    hope this helps.


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