On some challenges in teaching foreign language to visually impaired children
This article focuses on challenges in teaching a foreign language to visually impaired students. The target questions include the acquisition of meaning, concept development, as well as interpersonal and cross-cultural communication. The author proposes optional ways of overcoming these problems during foreign language lessons for visually ...
On the essence and mechanisms of non-verbal communications in a language class at a school for the visually impaired
In this article, I analyse the significance of using non-verbal communication when teaching languages to visually impaired students. I consider in the context of learning activities the malfunctions and distortions of non-verbal behaviour mechanisms in blind and visually impaired students. I present my earlier tested strategy for overcoming physical, psychological, and language ...
On the issue of rating assessment of primary schoolchildren in the context of inclusive education
... activities in primary-school classes, where students with severe visual impairments are taught in adapted programs. The study concludes it is necessary to develop a system of conditions as part of a rating model for the development of adapted programs for students with visual impairments starting from the first year of study.
Korotkevich A. A., Larina A. B.
pedagogical assessment, rating assessment, differentiation and individualization of educational results assessment, inclusive education