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In spite of English teachers’ experience and
preparation most of them lack of knowledge to
deal with visually impaired stu...
English Teachers have confronted the challenge
of teaching the foreign language to visually
impaired students without the ...
Knowing the real situation about challenges and

limitations

that

English

teachers

have

to

confront when they have t...
The situation faced by English teachers, when
they have visually impaired students in the
regular classroom; by lack of kn...


To analyze the reasons why English training
programs at Ministry of Public Education does
not incorporate specific poli...


To identify the actual reasons the English
teacher at Helen Keller Institute has to confront
without counting with a pr...


To investigate what kind of resources are

available for the English teacher at Helen Keller
Institute for bringing a b...


Location: Desamparados, Tiribií bridge 75 meters
east, Barrio los Sauces, San José, Costa Rica.



Mission:

To

promo...


Vision: This institute is leader in support
services, technical assistance, advice, training
and research in functional...
Teacher’s Interview

Student’s Interview

English teaching experience with visually
impaired students.

Ministry of Public...
This work research is done based on the type of

Qualitative

Investigation

through

an

ethnographical study consisted i...
Methodology
Qualitative Investigation
Theory
is based on the
research about the
training
that
teacher has had
during her c...
Universidad Magister


Universidad Magister would convenes Helen
Keller Institute to promote a proposal to English
teache...


The Ministry of Public Education does not abide
with 7600 Law for the equality of opportunities
(at all) based on visua...
Ministry of Education should create training
programs for English Teachers in order to teach
visually impaired students.
...
ANALYSIS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAMS AT MINISTRY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT INCORPORATION OF SPECIFIC...
ANALYSIS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAMS AT MINISTRY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT INCORPORATION OF SPECIFIC...
ANALYSIS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAMS AT MINISTRY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT INCORPORATION OF SPECIFIC...
ANALYSIS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAMS AT MINISTRY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT INCORPORATION OF SPECIFIC...
ANALYSIS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAMS AT MINISTRY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT INCORPORATION OF SPECIFIC...
ANALYSIS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAMS AT MINISTRY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT INCORPORATION OF SPECIFIC...
ANALYSIS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAMS AT MINISTRY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT INCORPORATION OF SPECIFIC...
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ANALYSIS OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES OF ENGLISH TRAINING PROGRAMS AT MINISTRY OF PUBLIC EDUCATION ABOUT INCORPORATION OF SPECIFIC POLICES TO DEAL WITH VISUAL IMPAIRED STUDENTS, CASE AT HELEN KELLER INSTITUTE DURING 2012

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  1. 1. In spite of English teachers’ experience and preparation most of them lack of knowledge to deal with visually impaired students, because MEP does not train professors to teach English to people with visual impairment.
  2. 2. English Teachers have confronted the challenge of teaching the foreign language to visually impaired students without the proper support of Ministry of Education; it does not provide teachers and students’ demands.
  3. 3. Knowing the real situation about challenges and limitations that English teachers have to confront when they have to teach visually impaired students, by the lack of training and technological and didactic resources, because of Ministry of Public Education do not cover those necessities.
  4. 4. The situation faced by English teachers, when they have visually impaired students in the regular classroom; by lack of knowledge about: how to teach them, how to include visually impaired students in classroom activities, application of techniques and activities for teaching English to visually impaired students, how to attend students’ needs, how to direct to visually impaired students, time and space management in the implementation of activities, what kind of didactic material and resources teacher can use.
  5. 5.  To analyze the reasons why English training programs at Ministry of Public Education does not incorporate specific policies to deal with visually impaired students, based on a study carried at Helen Keller Institute during 2012.
  6. 6.  To identify the actual reasons the English teacher at Helen Keller Institute has to confront without counting with a previews training to teach visually impaired students.  To determine about the real conditions of education of students with visual impairment.
  7. 7.  To investigate what kind of resources are available for the English teacher at Helen Keller Institute for bringing a best learning of the language to students.  To find out if English teacher has received other trainings to teach the foreign language to visually impaired students.
  8. 8.  Location: Desamparados, Tiribií bridge 75 meters east, Barrio los Sauces, San José, Costa Rica.  Mission: To promote autonomy and active participation in the personal, educational, and occupational scope of visually impaired people, adolescents and adults, as well opportunities in Costa Rican society. as equal
  9. 9.  Vision: This institute is leader in support services, technical assistance, advice, training and research in functional, educational, and occupational areas; designed for generating and facilitating opportunities for conditions visually adults and adolescents. for equal impaired people,
  10. 10. Teacher’s Interview Student’s Interview English teaching experience with visually impaired students. Ministry of Public Education’s support. MEP’s special syllabus to teach English to visually impaired students. Teacher’s methodology employment. MEP’s training for English teachers for attending visually impaired students. Institution’s Technological resources and didactic material for visually impaired students Braille knowledge Teachers’ training English teaching methods and techniques for visually impaired students. Creative activities implemented for the teacher. Didactic material for visually impaired students provenance. Teacher’s lesson and students’ expectations. English teaching programs for teachers to teach visually impaired students. Visually impaired students’ limitations during ESL teaching process. Visually impaired students in regular classrooms. Application of MEP’s curriculum to visually impaired students.
  11. 11. This work research is done based on the type of Qualitative Investigation through an ethnographical study consisted in field research to the Institute Helen Keller with the purpose of observing an English teacher’s job and an interview performed to the English teacher and a visually impaired student.
  12. 12. Methodology Qualitative Investigation Theory is based on the research about the training that teacher has had during her career as English teacher to deal with visually impaired students. Practice pretends to know about the arguments that teacher brings regarding to how she puts in practice her possible training to Visually Impaired students in English Teaching. Observation the researchers observe if the teacher is implementing her knowledge in the real context of education based on training for visually impaired students.
  13. 13. Universidad Magister  Universidad Magister would convenes Helen Keller Institute to promote a proposal to English teachers for being trained.
  14. 14.  The Ministry of Public Education does not abide with 7600 Law for the equality of opportunities (at all) based on visually impaired students.  Ministry of Public Education does not bring any kind of training to visually impaired students.  Ministry of Public Education does not provide technological and didactic resources for institutions that have visually impaired students.
  15. 15. Ministry of Education should create training programs for English Teachers in order to teach visually impaired students.  Ministry of Education should invest in technological and didactic resources for making easy visually impaired students’ learning.  English teachers should be trained by themselves.  Teachers should design their own didactic material for visually impaired students and implemented it in a creative way. 

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