Autism Arts Level 3 follows the way creative arts and drama-therapy are increasingly used to help people with special educational needs to explore, reflect and develop when linguistic ability or intellectual functioning restricts their self-expression.
Autism Arts Level 3: is for use by facilitators with and without drama experience, and encourages autistic children to learn, interact and develop. Through storytelling, group activities and arts and crafts, students can improve their social skills, self-expression, vocal and physical skills, and imagination.
During the course, children are encouraged to take part in fun and imaginative activities, including singing, dancing, making sock puppets, and acting in the interactive stories Sandy’s Jungle Adventure and The Land of Smilealot!
The Autism Arts Level 3 syllabus covers three levels. Each level is one year long and comprises three terms with 12 lessons per term. Level 3 draws on the previous learning to encourage students to develop an integrated sense of self. The content is aimed at children and young people from five to fifteen.
Includes CD-rom with supplementary material.
The additional two manuals make up a drama syllabus to help autistic children develop their communication skills, life skills and self-confidence.