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Journal
2011 | 36 | 255-270
Article title

Dysleksja rozwojowa w kontekście edukacji obcojęzycznej – perspektywa interdyscyplinarna

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Developmental dyslexia and foreign language teaching: An interdisciplinary perspective
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PL
Abstracts
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Many branches of science and academic disciplines such as psychology, linguistics or medicine fuel interest in developmental dyslexia by propos-ing a variety of theories attempting to determine what causes dyslexia and how dyslexia influences the acquisition of a foreign. For this particular reason, a foreign language teacher must not only be equipped with a sound methodological knowledge but also familiar with current ap-proaches to dyslexia. The main tenet of this article is that dyslexia-related difficulties have a tremendous impact on second language learning, which necessitates the inclusion of specially adapted techniques and instruction.
Journal
Year
Issue
36
Pages
255-270
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Dates
published
2011-06-15
Contributors
  • Uniwersytet Szczeciński
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