9781853466298

Modern Languages for All

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    9781853466298

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    1853466298

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 2000-05-08
  • Publisher: David Fulton Pu
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments v
About the Author vi
Languages for All (Do we Really Mean All?)
1(17)
Introduction
1(1)
Can all children learn foreign languages?
2(3)
Can all children benefit from foreign language learning?
5(6)
A climate for foreign language learning
11(1)
Aims and expectations
12(2)
Contexts for learning: special schools and units
14(2)
Contexts for learning: mainstream schools and units
16(2)
Maximising Potential
18(25)
Introduction
18(1)
Selecting a curriculum development strategy
18(1)
Recognising common sources of difficulty
19(4)
Identifying individual learners in difficulty
23(2)
Reducing or eliminating curricular barriers
25(9)
Helping all students to learn more effectively
34(9)
Implications for Management
43(28)
Introduction
43(1)
Managing learning in the classroom
43(11)
Design of tasks
54(1)
Principles of course design
55(1)
Course content
55(2)
Managing curricular links
57(1)
Alternatives to exclusion from MFL provision in mainstream schools
57(3)
Operational models in mainstream schools and units
60(1)
Operational variables in special schools and units
61(1)
Resource selection and management
62(4)
Using technology to support learning
66(5)
Notes on Access for Groups of Groups of Students with Additional Needs
71(16)
Introduction
71(1)
Students with hearing impairments
72(6)
Students with visual impairments
78(2)
Students with physical impairments
80(1)
Students with communication difficulties
81(1)
Students with specific learning difficulties (SpLD)/dyslexia
82(5)
Resources and Useful Addresses 87(1)
References and Further Reading 88(1)
Index 89

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