MODEL OF AN INNOVATIVE SCHOOL DESIGNED FOR TEACHING AND TRAINING ENGLISH TO STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL EDUCATIONAL NEEDS
Słowa kluczowe:innovative school, teaching, trainings, English students, special educational needs
In the Republic of Bulgaria in 2017 a process of transformation of schools began, in order for them to meet the new educational structure, which is pledged in the School Education Act. The new standard is for defining and building national innovative schools [School Education Act 2020]. By Order № RD 09-1746 /01.11.2016 of the Minister of Education and Science, the “Commission for Innovative Schools” has been determined. Approved by the Minister of Education and Science "Rules for the organization of the ac-tivities of the commission" through Ordinance №9 [Ordinance № 9 for the institutions in the system of pre-school and school education 2019]. Primary school "Neofit Rilski" Kilifarevo offers a model of an innovative school designed for teaching and learning English to students with special educational needs. The expected results of the proposed model for teaching and learning are presented through the achieved significantly higher annual success of students with special educational needs in school. Teaching requires the teacher to prepare learning content on a scientifically sound basis for the English lesson using Multiple Intelligence Theory. The proposed model of an innovative school is active.
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