Navigating the psychological battlefield: providing psychosocial support for language learners amidst stress challenges in wartime
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Inclusive school is a place for each student to learn and develop. Student’s progress depends greatly on measures taken to eliminate barriers in communication and social interaction, and deal with lack of experience and resources. Special needs and development services involve replacing and compensating communication disabilities, restoring language opportunities, correcting students’ speech and communication errors or providing alternative ways of communication. The teacher’s activity should consist of a number of measures aimed at development of communicative skills; alternation of different activities, techniques and methods in order to ensure effective inclusion of students, their socialization and academic progress.