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Children with communication difficulties in mainstream science classrooms

Published in June 2002, this article, by W. and J. Wellington, explores some of the problems that children with communication difficulties face in learning science, its vocabulary, and its own particular language. Practical ideas and strategies are suggested for helping to overcome these barriers in mainstream schools.

This article was published in School Science Review, June 2002.

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