Fisher, Jenny

Supporting children with fragile X syndrome - London David Fulton Publishers 2004 - v, 46 p. : ill. ; 30 cm.

The Disability Discrimination Act 1995 as amended by the Special Educational Needs and Disability Act 2001

Definition and causes of fragile X syndrome

Characteristics of fragile X syndrome

Support staff : effective deployment

Support staff : roles and responsibilities

Support staff : guidelines for working with pupils

Accessing the curriculum

The learning environment

A multi-sensory approach to teaching

Differentiation

Addressing behavioural issues

Developing language

Addressing sensory sensitivity

Improving memory

Developing fine motor skills

Developing self-esteem

Promoting positive peer-group relationships

Emotional issues

The family

Creating effective parent partnerships

Individual education plans
App. 1. Management issues
App. 2. Professionals who may be involved
App. 3. Sample anti-bullying policy
App. 4. Small-steps approach to recording progress in scissor skills
App. 5. Visual daily timetable (key stage 1)
App. 6. Visual daily timetable (key stage 2/3)
App. 7. Diary
App. 8. Sample cue cards.

"The books in this series gather together all the vital knowledge and practical support that schools need to meet specific special needs. Information is simply explained and clearly signposted so that practitioners can quickly access what they need to know. Each book describes a specific area of special educational need and explains how it might present difficulties for pupils within the school setting. Checklists and photocopiable forms are provided to help save time and develop good practice." - BOOK JACKET

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CHILDREN
FRAGILE X SYNDROME
EDUCATION
INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
TEACHERS GUIDES
GREAT BRITAIN

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