101 Essential Lists for SENCOs

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Bloomsbury Academic, Apr 24, 2006 - Education - 142 pages
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To all those teachers working in learning support, if you only buy one book this year, make it this one. It is clear concise and to the point.

Lyn Wright, Cluster Manager Inclusion, Failsworth School

In this practical book for SENCOs lists range from the understanding the crucial role of the SENCO?' to detailed overviews of, and strategies to cope with, the common special educational needs.

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Contents

The Role of the SENCO
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The multitalented SENCO
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Other talents required
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Kate Griffiths is Senior Lecturer in French and Translation Studies at Cardiff University, Wales, UK. She has published widely on the multimedia adaptation of literary sources. Her first book focused on literature and cinema (Zola and the Artistry of Adaptation, 2009) and her second on multi-media adaptation of nineteenth-century texts (Adapting Nineteenth-Century France (2013). She is currently completing a monograph on literary adaptation for television and a work on adaptation in the medium of radio.

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