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Hem pensat que era hora d’unir-nos tots els que ens dediquem a ensenyar ANGLÉS professionalment. L’objectiu és que puguem intercanviar experiències i materials i formar-nos. Volem convertir-nos en un punt de trobada dels professionals de l’anglés i organitzar jornades, xarrades i seminaris. Volem ser la veu dels professionals de l'anglés i col·laborar amb tots els relacionats amb l'anglés i amb l'administració educativa i que se’ns tinga en compte com a interlocutors a l'hora de prendre decisions.

An association to unite us all who teach English professionally has been created. The aim is to share experiences, exchange materials and encourage further training with conferences, lectures and debates and ultimately become the voice of teachers of English and liaise with all those involved and especially with our educational authority.

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

a deaf student in my class

Dear colleagues, 
I am teaching CFGS Management and Finances this year and there is a deaf student in my class. She is very interested in learning English and she can read my lips and articulate the same phonemes (more or less). I wonder if you know if there exists any material adapted for people with these needs.(like for example, videos where you can see in the foreground a person speaking so that she would be able to read the speaker's lips... or an on-line dictionary where a "virtual person" pronounces the word so that you can see how the phonemes are articulated ...  I know I am not teaching ESO, but I would like to help her and we, as teachers, are used to adapting to our student's needs. 

Amparo Alberola Rosell

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