Since the Warnock Report of 1978, and especially since the advent
of the GCSE, there has been a move towards integrating children
with special educational needs into the mainstream classroom. With
1992 and the likely effects of a single Europe upon us, the need
for children to speak a second language becomes even more of a
priority. Therefore, language teachers must do what they can to
impart language skills to pupils of all levels of ability and not
only those in the top streams, as has traditionally been the case.
This book offers practical help and advice to the language teacher
to enable them to provide access to modern languages across the
whole ability range. It provides tips on teaching such pupils which
can also be used with mainstream lecturers, and it offers a viable
alternative method for learning another language. An appendix
includes examples of work for children with learning difficulties.
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