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  1. Helping children to be helpless...?Positive support for children with SEN in the classroom. by Aimee Wilcox

  2. Helplessness is a learnt behaviour! • Who may need that extra help? • How can I stop children learning to be helpless? • What should I do to develop independence? • How can I change my practice to support all?

  3. Emergent Readers and writers! Moderate and global development delays. EAL Autism and Aspergers Speech, Language and communication difficulties Visual Learners Dyslexia Poor working memory and word finding difficulties ADHD/ADD and behaviour difficulties

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  10. Do… Think carefully about the learning objective - what can they do now? – what do you want them to achieve? - what resources will help? Differentiate! Give a clear/visual checklist to follow. Set expectations, give time and warnings! Use visuals and provide key language.

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