Simple but effective - two emotion strips to support EAL and SEN pupils in expressing their feelings until they have the language or ability to do so. Learners can easily point to what they are feeling, enabling teachers and parents to understand their.
In 2012, Mayer-Johnson hosted seminars focussed on visual strategies to aid teaching & learning. Attendees compiled lists of tools & tactics to support learners with SEN & EAL, for learners of differing ages/abilities, to support educationalists dealing with challenging behaviour & mixed ability classrooms & for professionals assessing learner ability. The guide provides strategies & tools, whilst the worksheet will support you to develop your own ideas using the examples given in the guide.
Designed to take with you on an autumn/winter walk or outdoor activity. Collect the items and take home/back to the classroom to create art work. Can be used as part of numeracy or creative teaching. Designed to support National Tree Week activities.