This research deals with the learning conditions in which the learners identified with attention disorders are educated. The target group is the learners in English lessons at a lower secondary level. The thesis is divided into a theoretical and a practical part. The first chapter of the theoretical part deals with the characterization of special educational needs. The second chapter defines the attention disorders. It also classifies the symptoms, the types, and the reasons of ADD/ADHD. The third chapter focuses on ADD/ADHD learners and it analyses the official documents and discusses the recommendations for English teachers when working with learners identified with attention disorders. The practical part of the study describes the process of the research in which two research methods were used. At the end, the work gives a summary of the revealed results from observation and interview with the aim to find out the answers to the research questions.
Eva Kubovčíková, Mgr.: studied Teacher Training of English Language and Literature at Constantine the Philosopher University in Nitra. Works as an English teacher in a primary school in Bratislava. Interested in teaching children, English language, managing children with challenging behaviour. Thankful to her parents for their support.
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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
attention disorders, teaching English, learning English, Lower secondary Level, Learner, Teacher
EDUCATION / Special Education / General