ISBN: 9781119788768

Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs (3rd Edition)

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In the newly revised Third Edition of Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs, teacher and author Darlene Mannix delivers a unique collection of over 160 updated activity sheets with related exercises, discussion questions, and evaluation suggestions to help students gain basic skills necessary for independence and success.

ISBN: 9781119788768
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 – Help students with special needs thrive with over 160 updated educational activities

In the newly revised Third Edition of Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs, teacher and author Darlene Mannix delivers a unique collection of over 160 updated activity sheets with related exercises, discussion questions, and evaluation suggestions to help students gain basic skills necessary for independence and success. Each activity sheet focuses on a specific skill in a real-world context and includes teacher directions for objectives, introduction, optional extension activities, and assessment methods.

This crucial book includes:

  • Activity sheets and corresponding introductions in a wide variety of critical life skills such as interpersonal, communication, academic and school, practical living and more
  • Coverage of leisure activities and the importance of finding fulfilling hobbies and pastimes
  • Tools to help students build their self-awareness and understand their strengths and weaknesses

Perfect for special educators, general education teachers, school counselors, and psychologists, Life Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs will also earn a place in the libraries of other professionals working with special needs children, as well as the parents of those children.

About the Author:

Darlene Mannix, M.S. has 30+ years of experience as a classroom and resource teacher. She has taught both general education and special education and has worked with students ranging from learning disabled and mentally challenged to language disordered and severely emotionally disturbed. Mannix is the best-selling author of numerous books for special educators including Social Skills Activities for Secondary Students with Special Needs, Social Skills Activities for Special Children, and Life Skills Activities for Special Children.

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2021

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