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Self-concept of students in inclusive settings
Majda Schmidt, Branka Čagran, 2008, original scientific article

Abstract: The present evaluation case study investigates the self-concept of the students from 7th grade in regular primary school. The study results indicate that, in comparison to their hearing peers, integrated students with a hearingimpairment have a lower academic and social self-concept, as well as a general self-concept but a higher physical self-concept. There are differences among students with a hearing impairment in both the individual dimension and general self-concept. There are no statistically significant differences between the class with integrated students, on the one hand, and the class without them, on the other; however, there is a noticeable advantage for the students from the class with integrated learners over the other class serving as control group in all three individual dimensions as well as in general self-concept.
Keywords: education, primary education, integration, inclusion, children with special needs, self-concept, awareness, evaluation, identity
Published: 07.06.2012; Views: 1376; Downloads: 39
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Teaching early-level foreign languages to pupils with impaired pronunciation abilities
Věra Janíková, 2009, review article

Abstract: Today, teaching and learning early-level foreign languages has become a common issue often discussed by specialists. This article deals with the problems of foreign language pronunciation for primary level pupils with impaired communication abilities. The article includes findings from special education and psychology reports along with a definition of the term impaired communication ability and the phonetic-phonological impact it has on learning a foreign language. The conclusion presents some chosen methods for teaching drama and theatre projects that deal with proper pronunciation training and the results of related research investigations.
Keywords: special education needs, specific learning difficulties, impaired communication ability, early-level foreign language learning, methods of teaching drama, research
Published: 09.10.2017; Views: 267; Downloads: 28
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