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Supporting Learners with Dyslexia in the ELT Classroom

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Supporting Learners with Dyslexia in the ELT Classroom

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Format: Paperback
See also: e-book | e-book
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Winner of the International House Ben Warren Trust Prize 2017

This book provides specific support to teachers who need to accommodate learners with dyslexia in their ELT classrooms - guiding them through the main steps of the process with clear explanations, suggestions, and practical tools.

  • ISBN: 978-0-19-440332-0
  • Print Length (pages): 216

Extra resources are available on the website: www.oup.com/elt/teacher/supportingdyslexia

Key features

  • Areas covered include:
  • the nature and causes of dyslexia
  • emotional, cognitive, and linguistic factors connected to dyslexia and English as a foreign, second, or other language
  • methodological guidelines for making English language teaching accessible for learners with dyslexia
  • strategies for phonological and orthographic work
  • developing communicative skills in oral and written language
  • accessible language testing and assessment in classroom-based and official contexts

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This title is part of the highly regarded Oxford Handbooks for Language Teachers series that covers the topics language teachers want to know more about. Recommended for reference, or for language teacher educators to use as a basis for teacher education courses and seminars. For other titles in the series go to www.oup.com/elt

Recommended for:
  • Practising language teachers
  • Language teacher educators
  • ELT and TESOL Masters and Diploma students

Reviews

  • Full of practical ideas to assist dyslexic students in class... This is a very important book for all teachers working in ELT today. It encourages teachers to reflect on how inclusive their teaching practice is and what strategies and techniques they can employ to eliminate many of the barriers and impediments that obstruct dyslexic students. The book presents a clear and easily applicable methodological framework for teachers who have (or will have) learners with dyslexia and who seek to provide more informed and more appropriate learning support.
    - English Teaching Professional