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Teaching English to young learners with ADHD and dyslexia

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Nowadays English is a very popular language and it is taught almost in every school. Teachers have to deal with different kinds of students and know their needs. There are many students with problems, and as a result they have difficulties in learning. We can distinguish here, for example, students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and dyslexia. The main aim of this thesis is to present the characteristics of learners with these problems, their difficulties that are present during their education and how the teacher should educate them, as well as which methods would be most appropriate for learners with ADHD and which for learners with dyslexia. It can make the work of the teacher as well as the student much easier.
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  • Department of English Language, Poznan College of Modern Language, 59 Św. Marcin Street, 61-806 Poznan, Poland, magdabodnar@op.pl
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