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PMLD and reading

Discussion in 'Special educational needs' started by dzil, Feb 4, 2012.

  1. dzil

    dzil Occasional commenter

    You seem to be woring along the right lines Louise. I'd add listening to stories and using sensory objects relating to the story and Tac Pac type activities too. Hearing the rhythm of language when being read too can help some of the pupils language development (Think "I like listening to Mozart but I don't speak German")
    there was some good advice on these threads some years ago:
    and https://community.tes.co.uk/forums/p/342021/4881301.aspx#4881301
    also look at what the P scales say about reading (P1-3 are common to all subjects but there is differentiation at P4) Also check out what your schools assessment tool (PIVATS, B Squared etc) says about reading at the levels you are teaching.
  2. Jo3Grace

    Jo3Grace New commenter

    Hi, booktrust provided an example of one of these in their free resource last year.

    You can apply for this year's FREE library pack via the link at http://jo.element42.org you may also be able to access the previous year's resource.
  3. Jo3Grace

    Jo3Grace New commenter

    Hello again, if you send me a message via the contact tab at http://jo.element42.org I can send you the resource from last year as a pdf


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