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Look Smile Chat Lesson Plans

 

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LSC lesson plans
Net Price: £0.00
Primary target audience: Professionals
Format: Information Guide
Date live: 11/04/2016

These lesson plans have been developed in consultation with deaf young people to raise awareness amongst hearing students (aged 11–16) of communication difficulties that deaf people may face in everyday life.

The lesson plans address two themes:

  1. communication in everyday life
  2. the different ways that people communicate with each other.

Each offers a selection of activities as starters, main activities and plenary sessions which can be combined to form a lesson of about 50 minutes, or used over a series of shorter lessons, in tutorials or assemblies.