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Foreign Languages for Students with Learning Disabilities?

Foreign Languages for Students with Learning Disabilities?

On high school and college campuses across the country, students struggle with foreign language classes. For those students with phonological weaknesses, print disabilities or reading fluency issues, the frustration can be overwhelming. Collaborating with the language teacher and the special educator on site can smooth the often rocky road of language acquisition. Occasionally, a student may substitute a foreign culture class, if the language disability is severe.

The article provides many useful tips – take a look!

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