Oral Language

Initial Hard C Words 02

by admin on 15/01/2017

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. It focuses on the correct pronunciation of the initial hard “C” sound. This resource also aims to encourage the development of oral language skills.

In order for the resource to be used again and again with a pupil, it is suggested that all pages should be laminated and cut up into individual cards. [click to continue…]

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Initial Hard C Words 01

by admin on 12/01/2017

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. It focuses on the correct pronunciation of the initial hard “C” sound. This resource also aims to encourage the development of oral language skills.

In order for the resource to be used again and again with a pupil, it is suggested that all pages should be laminated and cut up into individual cards. [click to continue…]

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Autumn Listening & Cutting 02

by admin on 03/10/2016

autumn_oral_cutting_02Getting younger pupils used to handling a scissors and cutting lines or patterns is a useful activity for fine motor skills. Pupils with special educational needs may also need some extra practice with this activity. This seasonal resource requires pupils to cut out the autumn-themed images and stick them into a copy or on a sheet. There are five shapes to be cut out. [click to continue…]

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Materials Bingo

by admin on 25/09/2016

materials_bingoEducational bingo games are a great way for pupils to learn so many different skills. They help with listening skills, visual discrimination, group work, turn taking and the reinforcement of the learning content of that particular bingo game.

This bingo game focuses on the theme of “Materials” in SESE Science and it features images like glass, metal, stone, leather, material etc. It is aimed at a group of six pupils, so it would be useful for Station Teaching [click to continue…]

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Under / Over Sorting 02

by admin on 13/04/2016

under_over_02This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. It focuses on the concept of the difference between under and over. This resource also aims to encourage the development of oral language skills.

All three pages should firstly be laminated. The small images on page 3 should be cut out. Velcro should be attached to the shapes on pages 2 and at the back of all cut out images [click to continue…]

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Under / Over Sorting 01

April 12, 2016

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. It focuses on the concept of the difference between under and over. This resource also aims to encourage the development of oral language skills. All three pages should firstly be laminated. The small images on page 3 should be cut out.

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Receptive Language Cards 02

March 29, 2016

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties, especially receptive language. Its aim is to develop listening skills as well as deduction skills. The resource contains twelve cards with colourful photographs of items/objects. There are also three different sets of twelve question cards based on the same […]

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Is It Heavy Or Light?

February 22, 2016

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Its aim is to encourage oral language, especially sentence structure. The focus is also on the concept of heavy/light. The teacher can start with the question at the top of each card: “Is It Heavy or Light?” This could […]

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Heavy & Light Sorting

February 21, 2016

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Categorisation is an important skill for younger/SEN pupils to develop. This resource aims to develop categorisation skills as well as to encourage oral language. This sorting activity focuses on the concept of the difference between heavy and light.

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My Senses

February 16, 2016

These posters are visual prompts, especially for younger pupils, to help them learn the five senses. (.pdf file 232 KB)

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Pelmanism 05

February 15, 2016

Pelmanism is the name of the memory game which you play by turning up pairs of cards from a pack and trying to pick out matching pairs. It is named after the Pelman Institute which was set up for the study of memory in London in the 1930s. This oral language memory game focuses on […]

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Sorting Electricity

February 7, 2016

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Categorisation is an important skill for younger/SEN pupils to develop. This resource aims to develop categorisation skills as well as to encourage and develop oral language and discussion on the differences between things that need and don’t need electricity. […]

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Which is the Longest/Shortest?

January 24, 2016

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Its aim is to encourage oral language, especially sentence structure. The focus is also on the concept of longest/shortest. The teacher can start with the question at the top of each card: “Which Is The Longest? / Which Is […]

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Long & Short Sorting

January 23, 2016

This resource is aimed at pupils in junior classes or pupils with speech and language difficulties. Categorisation is an important skill for younger/SEN pupils to develop. This resource aims to develop categorisation skills as well as to encourage oral language. This sorting activity focuses on the concept of the difference between long and short.

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At The Optician Bingo

January 5, 2016

Educational bingo games are a great way for pupils to learn so many different skills. They help with listening skills, visual discrimination, group work, turn taking and the reinforcement of the learning content of that particular bingo game. This bingo game focuses on the theme of “At the Optician” and it features images like glasses, […]

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