Teaching Braille Literacy To Blind Primary Schoolchildren And Those With Residual Vision
Keywords:primary school blind children, primary schoolchildren with residual vision, Braille system, writing abilities, difficulties, assessment
Nowadays one of the main issues of pedagogy is teaching to primary school children who are blind and those with residual vision. Among those schoolchildren writing disorders are quite common and have a negative effect on their learning progress. The quality and acquisition of school curriculum slows down, and in general negatively affects the learning process of these children. The relevance of the study depends on the fact that sufficient methods, approaches related to teaching Braille literacy have not yet been thoroughly studied and developed.There are insufficient typhlotechnical, typhographic techniques to help promote literacy through the Braille system.
The study of the above-mentioned and other similar issues will help to fully implement the Braille system thus improving the writing abilities of children with visual impairments.
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