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Ways to use your Teaching Assistant. September 2005 Before the lesson, Teachers should: Ensure TA’s have planning for the Core subject lessons they are to support, at the start of the week or before if  possible.  Ensure TA’s have copies of the medium term plans for foundation subjects at the start of the scheme of work Ensure TA’s have tasks to complete during all parts of the lesson Ensure TA’s have clear instructions as to the job/s you require them to do by the end of the lesson:  NB: In addition, it is beneficial if planning given to TA’s includes any worksheets going to be needed and  identification of your intended TA role within lessons. Before the lesson, TA’s should: Read any plans and take up any queries/needs with staff. Arrive on time to aid teacher to begin the lesson punctually. Ensure they have knowledge of  IEPs and individual learning needs for the SEN pupils who they are responsible  for. Ensure they understand the level of support/tasks required by the teacher for the lesson. Prepare SEN resources that are needed for particular lessons. Ensure the identified SEN children are able to access the curriculum through further  differentiation/planning/preparation through modification of programmes/activities for designated  individuals/groups of identified children. During teacher introductions at the start of the lesson, TA’s could be asked to:
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course EL ED 452 taught by Professor Brothersmith during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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