Integration of special needs education into language classes
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It has been noticed that foreign languages are not systematically offered to all pupils, and in particular to those who are labelled as 'low achievers'. It felt appropriate to enquire further in the assumed performance of 'slow learners' in languages. The 1978 Warnock Report expanded S.N.E. beyond service for the disabled to a service any pupil might need at some point in his/her school education. This need has been considered as a right to which each pupil is entitled. This study will support this argument by showing how some children who require help in Foreign Languages can equally benefit from this right.