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Making It a Success: Practical Strategies and Worksheets for Teaching Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder

by Sue Larkey Jessica Kingsley Publishers
Pub Date:
06/2005
ISBN:
9781843102045
Format:
Pbk 120 pages
Price:
AU$27.99 NZ$29.56
Product Status: In Stock Now
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Providing easy to follow, proven strategies for common teaching challenges, Making it a Success is a user-friendly resource to help teachers and teaching assistants to successfully integrate students with special needs into the classroom.   With photocopiable worksheets, creative ideas for activities and teacher notes, Sue Larkey presents effective ways of helping ASD children with their social skills, reading, writing and maths, play and general behaviour. She provides solutions for dealing with constant questioning in the classroom as well as managing children's special interests and obsessions.  


 


Making it a Success introduces strategies that are applicable not only to students with ASD but also to those with a range of special needs and will be an essential resource for all those working in integrated classrooms.

What is autism spectrum disorder?; successful strategies for work tasks; schedules; COMPIC; successful strategies for group instructions; successful strategies for communication; successful strategies for social skills; successful strategies for English; successful strategies for mathematics; computers; successful strategies for special interests/obsessions; successful strategies for the playground; successful strategies for sensory issues; successful strategies for programming and specific teaching strategies; successful strategies for transition; websites.

Sue Larkey has taught both as a primary school teacher and as a special education teacher – teaching students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in a mainstream and at a specialist Autism school. She combines this practical experience with extensive research – she has completed a Masters in Special Education and is currently undertaking a Doctorate in Education.