How to Make Language Education Accessible for All students

A new study from the University of Illinois at Chicago suggests that language learning for children and adults with language disabilities is not always as easy as it appears.The study found that while the availability of online learning materials has increased in the last decade, they can still be a challenge for learners of all […]

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How to Create a Powerpoint Language Disability Workshop for your Students

Next BigFuture has just released a free Powerpoint language disability workshop for students who are not fluent in Mandarin or Chinese.The workshop aims to give students a chance to create an interactive and fun learning experience for their students to gain an understanding of their language and to have a deeper understanding of the challenges […]

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How to talk about your disability in public? Here’s a guide

A year ago, we asked readers to suggest the most appropriate language for a disability-themed conversation.The result was a list of more than 1,300 suggestions that we have made available online.We wanted to know what people thought about these suggestions, so we created a survey.The results have been published in a book, Words with Words […]

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5 things to know about language disabilities

The language skills of millions of people worldwide have become a focus of concern in recent years.In a wide-ranging report released today, the Institute of Language Professionals estimates that more than half of the world’s population has a language-related disability.The report, “The Language Skills of Millions: What Is Language?A Statistical Analysis,” aims to provide clarity […]

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