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TEACHING ENGLISH TO CHILDREN WITH TOURETTE SYNDROME IN FOURTH GRADE

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  • 1. LICENCIATURA EN LA ENSEÑANZA DEL INGLÉS “TEACHING ENGLISH TO CHILDREN WITH TOURETTE SYNDROME IN FOURTH GRADE” BACH. MAGDA YESENIA AGÜERO AGÜERO SETIEMBRE 2011
  • 2. 1. 30.000 people have been diagnosed in CR with the syndrome 2. Is there enough information about it?
  • 3. •General Objective To provide English teachers strategies for teaching English to fourth grade students syndrome. who suffer of Tourette
  • 4. •Specific Objectives 1.To provide general information on the syndrome to both parents and teachers. 2.To adapt the information to the whole English educational process. 3.To encourage a better learning environment to this population.
  • 5. Variable Nº 1. Tourette Syndrome.
  • 6. VariableNº2. English educational process.
  • 7. Variable Nº 3. Learning environment of the population.
  • 8. The descriptive method was used to hold this investigation
  • 9. 1. Escuela Sagrado Corazón 2. Ten English teachers
  • 10. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 11. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 12. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 13. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 14. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 15. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 16. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 17. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 18. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 19. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 20. Source: Yesenia Agueo A, Teaching English to Children with Tourette Syndrome in Fourth Grade, 2011
  • 21. 1. Tourette Syndrome is a medical condition that affects many people in Costa Rica 2. A high percentage of English teachers do not know what Tourette Syndrome is 3. Teachers misunderstand syndrome is what Tourette 4. Therapy or medical treatment helps, but is not all
  • 22. 5. Teachers agree they do not know sufficient techniques to teach English to children with Tourette Syndrome. 6. Nine out of ten teachers have never received any training on Tourrete Syndrome. 7. The training by the MEP or any other institution on Tourette Syndrome has not existed.
  • 23. To the Ministry of Public Education (MEP) 1.Take into count a Tourette Syndrome like one special condition of a child who will receive primary education and has special necessities. 2.Train the English Teachers about the Tourette Syndrome, and supply them of techniques to work with this population.
  • 24. To the English Teachers 1.Look for information about the Tourette Syndrome with the corresponding professional involved. 2.Ask the MEP to give English teachers training on strategies to teach English at students suffering of Tourette Syndrome.
  • 25. 1. Search for information about the side effects medical treatment can provoke on children suffering of Tourette Syndrome. 2. Keep close communication with Tourette Syndrome student’s Parents.
  • 26. To Universities 1. Include into the curriculum of Teaching  English, basic information about Tourette  Syndrome and other disorders that will  affect the teaching process in the  classrooms.
  • 27. General Objective Raise awareness about the important  aspects of Tourette Syndrome.
  • 28. Specific Objectives 1.To provide English teachers educational  characteristics about students with  Tourette Syndrome 2.To give English teachers techinical support  to work with students with Tourette  Syndrome.  
  • 29. 1. Directed to English teachers  2. Escuela Sagrado Corazón 3. Time 3 hours
  • 30. …“ if teachers know how to handle properly  children facing this kind of syndrome, they  will not only be helping them to learm a  second language, but they also will be the  responsible of creating a happy and  confident person, capable to give our  society the best of him/her self”.