Methods and strategies of teaching English on children with Asperger´s syndrome
Ortiz Pérez, Roberto
DirectorGutiérrez de Piñeres, Jairo Alfonso
xmlui.custome.dc_publisherUniversidad Nacional Abierta y a Distancia UNAD
Cobertura regional / Paíscead_-_cartagena
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Special Analysis Summary (SAS) Títle: Methods and strategies of teaching English on children with Asperger’s Syndrome. Type: Monograph. Line of research: The following monograph is focused on: “Childhood, Education and Diversity”. This part of childhood recognition is considered as an essential stage of the human development, which can be influenced by factors both individual and social. This line establishes that each child has different types of abilities and all of them have the same right of education. So, it´s proper to link this monograph to this line since it describes methods and strategies of teaching children with a disorder of his/her development, which gives a chance to foster the education on children with diverse abilities. This last part corresponds to one of the aims of the line which consists in: “Foster alternatives of building to strengthen educational space for childhood. Author: Roberto Ortiz Pérez Institution: Universidad Nacional Abierta y Distancia Date: Key words English teaching, educational techniques, children, Asperger’s Syndrome, Asperger’s disease. Description: This report shows the results of the research as a monograph with the advisory of Mr Jairo Gutiérrez de Piñeres, registered on the research line “Childhood, education and diversity” which was based on narrative seeking of scientific literature using searchers focused on the identification of scientific articles to answer the research question: “What are the English teaching methods and strategies for children with Asperger's syndrome”. The articles were revised to evaluate its accuracy related to the General objective of this monograph. The writing of the Project of this research was divided into three parts: The first one is related to the approach of generalities ...