Newsletter

IP & SEN SIG Newsletter Issue 3:

02 Message from the coordinator – Varinder Unlu [opens in a new page]

03 Message from the IP&SEN SIG newsletter team

04 Meet the team – Jana Jilkova

05 Using LGBTQ+ for ELT debate topics is not inclusive practice – Tyson Seburn

08 The ‘eyes’ have it – Gerard McLoughlin

12 Safe and happy children: the magic of teaching English in a
multisensory classroom – Dr. Yasna Yilorm Barrientos

15 What’s sexuality got to do with it? – Giovanni Licata

21 An interview with Petra Engelbrecht – Phil Dexter

25 Terminology, top tips & resources – Anne Margaret Smith and Varinder Unlu [opens in a new page]

29 Book review – Emma Fawcett

 

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02 Message from the coordinator – Varinder Unlu

03 Message from the IP&SEN SIG newsletter team

04 Meet the team! – Anne Margaret Smith and Varinder Unlu

06 Special Educational Needs:  Stories in Language Teaching – Andrew Wright

11 9 Reasons to Use Visuals – Kristin Wiens

12 Awakening to inclusion: An in-service teacher’s experience – Craig Robertson

19 Creating Success for people with Dyslexia – Neil Alexander-Passe

26 8 Behavior Support Techniques for your classroom – Trisha Katkin

22 Teaching for Neurodiversity: meeting the needs of all our learners – Liz Horobin

30 Making learning vocabulary a memorable experience for everyone! – Vanessa Reis Esteves

34 Exam Access arrangements: An interview with Mary Burzminski – Rachael Harris

37 Terminology, Top Tips & Resources – Anne Margaret Smith

39 Book review – Rachael Harris

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02 Message from the acting co-ordinator – Varinder Unlu   [opens in a new page]

03 Welcome from the IP&SEN SIG newsletter editor – Rachael Harris

04 Meet the Team! – Phil Dexter, Anette Igel

06 Stephen and the Internet – Patricia Bell

09 Giving adult learners another chance to learn English – Anne Margaret Smith

12 Supporting adults with Asperger’s – Rachel Roberts

16 Multisensory, structured, metacognitive method in teaching English as a foreign language (EFL) to dyslexic learners: the learner’s perspective (a case study from Croatia) – Agnieszka Kaldonek-Crnjakovic

22 Neurodiversity: It’s not what we think but how we think! – Phil Dexter
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25 ADHD in the classroom… I’ll certainly manage! – Rom Neves

28 I’d Rather you DIDN’T Translate that for ME, Teacher! – Naomi Ganin Epstein

30 Book Review – Editor

 


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