Dyslexia and Foreign Language Teaching

This course aims to fill this gap and will equip language teachers with the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical tools to meet the needs of dyslexic language learners in foreign language classrooms. The course might also be useful to dyslexic language learners and their parents with some background in linguistics and education to help them understand the learning processes and the ways in which they can become successful learners. How can we fully include dyslexic students in a foreign language classroom? The materials and tasks in the course are designed to be applicable for various age groups of dyslexic students and for a variety of language teaching contexts and are based on the award-winning materials of the DysTEFL Project. Please join us for this four-week course so that you can help dyslexic students to become successful users of another language.


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