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ESL forum > Techniques and methods in Language Teaching > WORKING WITH CHILDREN with AUTISM - ASPERGER DISORDER ACTIVITIES.    

WORKING WITH CHILDREN with AUTISM - ASPERGER DISORDER ACTIVITIES.



guchyn
Argentina

WORKING WITH CHILDREN with AUTISM - ASPERGER DISORDER ACTIVITIES.
 
Hi! My name´s Gustavo and I´m from Argentina. I´ve been an esl teacher for 6 years and through all of these years I´ve had some students in my classroom with autism and asperger disorder. I was wondering if you know where I can find a book or resources online to work with these students in the classroom. They are primary school children ages from 9 to 12. I thought about making my own material but as I know little about the subject I rather make a research of what´s out there to have as a model to start with. If you have autistic students I would like you to share your experience with me. 
 Thanks... 

10 Jun 2016      



sara1984
Iran

Hi Gustavo, this might be a good start:

10 Jun 2016     



EwelinaEwelina
Japan

Dear Gustavo,
How about teaching English through Drama?
There is one lady : Susan Hillyard . She also lives in Argentina and she has a great experience of teaching English through Drama to the children with Down syndrome and other difficulties. She has great results at her work. She s a mine of information and knowledge ;-) .
Why don t you google her name and email her for some advice?
 (http://susanhillyard.blogspot.jp/) 
 She also teaches different online courses . 
 Good luck,
Ewelina 

11 Jun 2016     



papadeli
Greece


https://www.facebook.com/English-Tricks-4U-370873303090306/?fref=ts

12 Jun 2016     



FrauSue
France

I suggest that you take the time to look at David Wilson s excellent website here: http://www.specialeducationalneeds.com/home/languages

In particular, these documents may help you with the theory behind including children with autistic spectrum disorders in your language lessons: https://docs.google.com/folderview?id=0Bw7z_4bLjOOEYVNZaGphME9YZkk

27 Jun 2016