Idioms: People say the funniest things

idioms
Idioms, Developing imaginative & non literal language
Idioms, Developing imaginative & non literal language
Developing imaginative language
Idioms, Developing imaginative & non literal language
idioms

£37.00

Description

This new pack offers a structured, visual approach to understanding and using idiomatic language. The stories illustrate both the literal and non literal interpretation of idioms. There are additional exercises on idioms and jokes.

Particularly useful for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and as a differentiation resource. Our resource on Sarcasm, PRAG13 may also be useful for these pupils.

For more information see below.

This new pack offers a structured, visual approach to understanding and using idiomatic language. Four separate stories depict a range of characters using common idioms in a variety of situations. The stories illustrate both the literal and non literal interpretation of idioms. There are additional exercises on idioms and jokes.

Developed from an original idea by Dr Dave Smith, Educational Psychologist. He has worked in education for over 40 years, first as a primary school teacher then as an advisory teacher for children with SEN. Qualifying as an Educational Psychologist in 1995.

Aims: To develop understanding of idioms and how they are used.

Age Range: KS2, 7yrs.+ Particularly useful for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorder and as a differentiation resource.

Curriculum targets: KS2 English. Reading, writing, speaking and listening.

Format: PDF file, 160 pages, 70 pages with colour illustrations, plus instructions and extension activities and black and white duplicate pictures, this item can be downloaded, 29 MB or is available on CD.

Ref: PRAG12

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