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Vol. 10 No. 1 (2019): Disabilità e Qualità della Vita: percorsi e progetti per l’inclusione universitaria e sociale

Inclusione e Università: il progetto “dislessia e lingua cinese”

  • Catia Giaconi
  • Simone Aparecida Capellini
  • Giorgio Trentin
  • Maria Beatriz Rodrigues
  • Federica Angelelli
  • Sofia Cestola
  • Chiara Marresi
  • Ilaria D'Angelo
giugno 9, 2019


The aim of the contribution is to highlight university inclusion paths that offer educational opportunities and university life. Specifically, the next article outlines a training path for a group of students with and without dyslexia, dealing with learning the Chinese language.The project made it possible to experiment innovative paths of Chinese language teaching and to detect the major errors of Italian students with dyslexia and those without dyslexia in learning the Chinese language.


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