Author(s): Pribylova N.G., Frolova S.V.

Rubric: Methods and technologies of training and education

DOI: 10.21777/2500-2112-2022-4-51-58

Release: 2022-4 (41)

Pages: 51-58

Keywords: blind and visually impaired students, inclusive foreign language education, listening skills, teaching aids

Annotation: The article considers the highly relevant issue of teaching a foreign language to blind and visually impaired students of higher education institutions with access to educational provision on a par with their sighted peers. Teaching oral speech perception in English is both the objective of foreign language education and a means of socialization of this nosological group representatives, who rely on a preserved auditory apparatus in language learning, thus mastering receptive side of speech communication along with the productive one is a strategic task of teaching blind and visually impaired students. Based on international recommendations, the article presents an analysis of communicative situations involving listening which takes place in a language university, a cluster of oral speech perception skills for philology students who have chosen expert knowledge of a foreign language as the basis for their future profession regardless of their health condition. Practical recommendations are given to enhance teaching oral speech perception to visually impaired and blind students within the philological syllabus in a language university.

Bibliography: Pribylova N.G., Frolova S.V. TEACHING ORAL SPEECH PERCEPTION IN ENGLISH TO STUDENTS WITH IMPAIRED VISION // Education Resources and Technologies. – 2022. – № 4 (41). – С. 51-58. doi: 10.21777/2500-2112-2022-4-51-58

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