Role of literature in inclusive education

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Purpose of this paper is to help the teachers to implement pattern of teaching strategy based on inclusive Education, in the light of using literature as a class –room process. And this study examined relationship between teaching perception of inclusion and their teaching practices. So in this paper I am focusing on how language teacher can overcome the complex, issues, surrounds and challenging situations of inclusive Education in the class –room. Various aspects of learning Disability that can be interacted by intellectual teachers through their professional development. Potential implications of the teaching strategies will help the slow learners and reluctant learners. Every Teacher in the class-room can carry out proper inclusive Education in a common learning Environment. It is also considered to be the development of challenged students is possible based on particular syllabus. The elements of language curriculum, instruction and setting that can be modified for adaptation. I am highlighting the role of literature in inclusive education pertaining to the various aspects of innovative teaching strategies.




Jayathilakan, P. K., & Jinnah, M. A. (2019). Role of literature in inclusive education. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(1), 5322–5324.

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