Imagine you are teaching adjectives to your class. Your class includes a student with autism or any student struggling with information overload.

How would you differentiate the task to suit this child’s needs?

 

NOTES:

  • A child with autism responds well to visuals – illustrations rather than print, which can be too overwhelming. You don’t want to cause information overload that may lead to frustration.
  • A child with autism is very literal, so make sure any instructions are simple, precise and do not cause confusion.
  • Be sure that any sequence of instructions uses simple terms. Use of colour can also help your student keep on track.
  • The task should allow for a stepped progression leading to the final written result.
  • A graphic organiser will help your student organise his writing, before attempting the final step.
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CONTENT

• Teacher Notes
• Animal Photos x 10
• Helper Sheet Example of Use x 1
• Helper Sheets x 10
• Writing Templates

Visual Adjective Helper Cards (Autism)

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  • PAGE COUNT: 31

    AGE RANGE: 6-8 YEARS

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