Moreover, as introduction to the lesson, I would ask prompt questions, especially from the students from the back row that would lead to the lesson. This would make children more attentive and involve them into the learning process from the start.
As pointed out, only half of the students wrote down the homework assignment. To rectify the problem for future course, I would ensure that homework assignments as well as synopsis of lesson plan are made and copies of them distributed amongst the students at the end of the lesson. This would ensure that children with disabilities who are slow can equally become part of mainstream learning and gain from the classroom teaching. I would also encourage use of technology so that children with disabilities can contribute in the classroom teaching. Technology is important facilitator that considerably aids learning skills like reading and writing skills and