The future of inclusive education (B2)
Spanish writing exercise

El futuro de la educación inclusiva

Ester is a teacher and is passionate about inclusive education. In this exercise you'll practise El Subjuntivo in different tenses, "to keep + -ing verb" and adverbial clauses followed by El Subjuntivo.

Pay attention to the hints! Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "to be sure", "equal opportunities", "priority", "potential", "role" and "positively (in a positive way)".

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Even if you've heard about inclusive education and it is currently on everyone's lips, no teacher or educator is sure about how it will evolve in the future. Equal opportunities should always be a priority. so that all pupils fulfill their potential without their physical and moral integrity being affected. In addition, new technologies will play a fundamental role in access to education and full inclusion of all pupils. Inclusive education is an exciting topic that needs [a] continuous research [in order] to keep developing and evolving positively.

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