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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Phillips, Nicola J. (Nicola Jane), 1975-
Teaching play to children with autism.
London : Paul Chapman ; Thousand Oaks, Calif. : SAGE, 2007
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Nicola J Phillips; Liz Beavan
|Description:||1 online resource (xi, 64 pages) : illustrations|
|Contents:||PART ONE: THEORY AND PRACTICE Why Play? Play in children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders What is Identiplay and where has it come from? Setting up Tabletop Identiplay Why use Identiplay? Making your Identiplay kits - 12 Top Tips PART TWO: CASE STUDIES AND COMMENTARY ON VIDEO CLIPS Amy John Ben Jack Luke PART THREE: KITS AND SCRIPTS Cars Animal Set Click-clack cars Animal Train Children's Playground Farmyard Garages The Sea Dolls Dog with pet carrier Building Blocks Space Shuttle Firemen PART FOUR: IDENTIPLAY BEYOND THE TABLETOP Identiplay Beyond the Tabletop Ducks in Water Puppet Play Working with Play Dough Working at the Sand Tray Moving Sand / Rocks / Tree trunks Working in the Water Tray Helicopter Rescue Diving for Treasure PART FIVE: USING IDENTIPLAY WITH OTHER RESOURCES The Car Mat Planting a Seed Laying the Table Making a Glass of Squash Making a Sandwich Making a Popoid Figure Trying on a Hat Making a Cup of Coffee Playing with Soft Toys Exploring Emotions with Teddy Using Musical Instruments Encouraging Conversation PART SIX: POWERPOINT SLIDES|
|Responsibility:||Nicky Phillips and Liz Beavan.|
'The book provides interesting and accessible information on the theory and development of Identiplay, with case studies on the accompanying CD-Rom adding further detail' - British Journal of Special