For many students, especially students with special needs, learning vocabulary terms that can be applied to real world situations really helps when remembering and using such terms. Flashcards are a helpful and interactive way for these students to practice and learn those terms that they hear being used everyday. MangoMon offers a large variety of vocational and occupational vocabulary flashcards that can work well for in school or after school use. These interactive flashcards are also 100% free!
In this set of flashcards, students can practice and learn terms about manual skills. These terms are important for students to learn because these are examples of the types of labor they could be participating in with their jobs or careers. They are also words they may be using when helping around the household with chores.
Each flashcard includes the word, real photos demonstrating examples of the word and audio and examples of how the terms are used in a sentence. These real life words are great for preparing students with examples of what they might come across during a day at work or helping around cleaning or organizing at home.
These terms can help students remember and learn the names of typical manual terms. There are ten vocabulary terms in this set. Words like refill, replace and organize are some of the examples of words included in this set.
Interactive flashcards like these work great with older students with special needs as well as in ESL learners. The audio addition of the words and bright, interactive interfaces will help students have fun while they learn useful terms. With the arrow keys, they also have the ability to go back and forth if they need to review terms again or want to refresh their memory.
Since the terms are accompanied by pictures and sample sentences, students can better understand the meaning and usage of the words. Free resources like these interactive flashcards will be a great addition to any lesson for students with special needs. It is also a fast and easy way to integrate technology into the classroom.
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