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2015 Issue №02

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Features of the implementation of the ACCESS international project in the Kaliningrad region based on the principles of inclusive education

Pages
114-119

Abstract

The implementation of the English Access Microscholarship Program (ACCESS) in the Kaliningrad region is based on the principles of inclusive education. It makes the study of the English language more accessible to ado-lescents from an economically disadvantaged background and children with special needs. A greater sensitivity to cultural differences, coupled with the acquired language skills, enable the participants to take advantage of opportu-nities that had previously been unavailable to them.

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