PERCEPTION OF STUDENTS WITH LEARNING DIFFICULTIES TOWARDS ENGLISH COMPOSITION WRITING THROUGH ACTIVITIES

Ghulam HAIDER

Abstract


Politzers (1972) says that English composition writing products must consist of spoken discourse. The author of this paper holds that speaking is likely to be in the union of reading in its contribution to better English composition writing. Investigation of the perceptions of students with LD reveals their strong wish to improve English composition writing and classroom atmosphere 113 students with LD were involved in a series of classroom activities forming the preparing stage for English composition writing. The variety of activities offers a large platform for the participants to share opinions and exchange information. The investigations of the perceptions of students with LD carried out during the program towards each activity show their preferences concerning elective subjects.

Keywords: Students with LD needs, English composition writing, classroom activities, attitudes

 


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