Material Designing for English Language Learners With ASD, Visual Impairments and Muteness

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Autism, Visual, impairment, Muteness

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This project is conducted to provide more information regarding students with Autism (ASD), Visual impairments and Muteness. This information will help professors in order to know how to implement activities in the target language that include the conditions of each impairment. It is always important to count with good materials and activities for the development of the class; however, nowadays thanks to inclusiveness in the regular classrooms, those materials and activities must respond appropriate to the specific characteristics of all the students. This paper includes different philosophies, approaches, and principles for teachers in order to consider when planning activities that benefit the acquisition language process, no matter the condition students have. There are seven activities created and shared in this paper; two activities for ASD students, two activities for visual impairment students, and one activity for deaf hearing students with the purpose of providing examples of activities for teachers to implement in regular classroom settings. 

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2022-09-17

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Chavarría Oviedo, F., & Avalos Charpentier, K. (2022). Material Designing for English Language Learners With ASD, Visual Impairments and Muteness. Sapiencia Revista Científica Y Académica , 2(2), 71–91. Recuperado a partir de https://revistasapiencia.org/index.php/Sapiencia/article/view/23

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