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This lesson forms part of ten lessons adapted for students with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) or alternative learning needs (ALN). Download our navigation guide to explore the full range of SEND and ALN adapted LifeSkills resources.
The activities focus on helping students identify the types of behaviours that will help them make the right impression in the workplace.
Key learning outcomes for this lesson include:
Recognising acceptable and unacceptable workplace behaviours
Understanding what communicating means and how they can improve their communication skills
Recognising the difference between verbal communication and non-verbal body language
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Help students understand that sensible career choices lie where their strengths, interests and personality meet.
This lesson is designed to help students with SEND identify and build the personal skills that are important to employers