Teaching Subjects / Languages

Pupil with VI checks his braille with fingersIt is important to remember that foreign languages are always studied in uncontracted Braille. They use foreign code signs for accented letters and these are a completely different sign. 

Resource developed by L. Lockhart, Languages Teacher, Royal Blind School

The Eiffel TowerA Sensory Journey to France has been specifically designed for young people with multiple disabilities and a vision impairment (MDVI).

Tactile board map. Each landmark is built with groups of different coloured dominoes

This resource shows you how you can build a board map and use it to practice directions with vision impaired pupils in French. The board map was built using simple materials sourced from a charity shop.

Resource developed by L. Lockhart, Languages Teacher, Royal Blind School