The Inclusive Teacher Checklist

1. Seating

Are all your students in the best possible place?

Do those who need support from the wall sit next to it (remember a student might not be lazy and uninterested just because they are leaning against a wall) Are those who need to see clearly close to the board? Are those who find concentrating more difficult sitting away from attention grabbing posters or windows? Most students will automatically, even unconsciously sit in a place where they feel comfortable so you might not need to fix what is already working well.

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All ELT teachers are teachers of Inclusive Practices

It’s probably to do with having mixed level classes; any language teacher knows that by definition every group class is heterogeneous, different learners find different aspects of language learning more or less challenging, be it comprehension, writing, etc.

Let’s look at the following tenets of IP:

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