Usefulness of Social Model of Disability for Teaching Visually Impaired English Language Learners
Visually disabled people confront numerous problems in learning and completing typical activities due to their peculiar physical condition. This study aims to focus on the usefulness of the Social Model of Disability for English Language Teaching to visually impaired students in the institute of Pakistan. The visually students are those who study with other students in the same public sector. We are comparing Punjab University and Lahore College of Women University with the other universities that are not using the social model of disability Government graduate college of science and Samanabad College. The results indicate that the Social Model of Disability can help disabled students and teachers understand each other better. The way language is taught in their institution provides them with the same possibilities to study language as other students; it was demonstrated that students believe that their language teacher is assisting them in overcoming language learning hurdles. So, it has been concluded that Punjab University and Lahore College of Women University are using the social model of disability in their teaching of visually impaired students, while the Government graduate college of science and Samanabad college is not using this social model in their teaching.
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