Building Study Skills for Students with Dyslexia; 8+2 practical strategies
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Teachers And Parents…Two Roles…One Person
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The Fresh Start Effect
In the post-pandemic educational landscape, many educators find that they are increasingly asked to provide support to their students that far exceeds the curricular requirements; support in inco...
Pronunciation has traditionally taken a secondary role in language teaching compared to grammar and lexis. Very often even experienced teachers are reluctant to tackle pronunciation issues in cl...
Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin. The person diagnosed with dyslexia face difficulties with accurate and fluent word recognition. What is more, poor spelli...
Dysgraphia [dis-gra-fee-uh] is a learning disability that makes it difficult for a person to handwrite and organize written expression. Dysgraphia is not related to one's ability to read, nor is it ...
Mind mapping and dyslexia: The current trend of graphic organizers for effective English language teaching
The common saying “a picture is worth a thousand words” gives prominence to the idea that an image is more powerful when engraved on our mind than a multitude of words. Visual representations...
Dyslexia in the English classroom: What are the most striking signs and what useful tips can teachers use?
Learning difficulties is a term that has invaded our lives and our L2 classrooms to a great extent since over the last years we encounter such cases daily. Are learning difficulties highly aff...
Exams & Exam Preparation
"As the world becomes increasingly globalized, the ability to communicate effectively in English is more important than ever. For many students, this means taking high-stakes English language exams, s...