Content-Based Classroom Perspectives on Integrating Language and Content

ISBN-10: 0201695138
ISBN-13: 9780201695137
Edition: 1997
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Book details

List price: $39.35
Copyright year: 1997
Publisher: Longman Publishing Group
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.958
Language: English

Multiple Perspectives on Content-Based Instruction
Focus on Theoretical Underpinnings
Content-Based Instruction: Research Foundations
Focus on K-12 Instruction
Integrating Content-ESL: A Report from the Front
Sheltered English: Modifying Content Delivery for Second Language Learners
Moving from Comprehensible Input to "Learning to Learn" in Content-Based Instruction
Teaching Content Knowledge and ESL in Multicultural Classrooms
Focus on Post-Secondary Instruction
A Six-T's Approach to Content-Based Insturction
The Challenge of Language and History Terminology from the Student Optic
Pedagogical Responses from Content Faculty: Teaching Content and Language in History
Content-Based Instruction in an EFL Setting: Issues and Strategies
Focus on Syllabus, Materials, and Course Design
Syllabus Design in Content-Based Instruction
Thematic Units: Creating an Environment for Learning
Adapting the Adjunct Model: A Case Study
Focus on Teacher Preparation
Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes in Teacher Preparation for Content-Based Instruction
Collaborative Approaches in Preparing Teachers for Content-Based and Language-Enhanced Settings
Creating Content-Based Language Tests: Guidelines for Teachers
Issues in Assessment for Content-Based Instruction
Focus on Research
Reading and 'Riting and Social Studies: Research on Integrated
Language and Content in Secondary Classrooms
How Relevant is Relevance?
Enhancing Student Performance through Discipline-Based Summarization-Strategy Instruction
Linguistic Form, Pragmatic Function: Relevant Research from Content-Based Instruction
Focus on Alternative Models
The English Language Fellows Program: Using Peer Tutors to Integrate Language and Content
Teaching Academic Literacy Skills: Discipline Faculty Take Responsibility
Questions for Follow-Up Thought and Application
Practical Issues at a Glance
Collaborating with Content-Area Teachers: What We Need to Share
Content-Based Instruction: Is It Possible in High School?
Smiling through the Turbulence: The Flight Attendant Syndrome and Writing Instructor Status in the Adjunct Model
The Challenges of Administering Content-Based Programs
Questions for Follow-Up Thought and Application
Connections Between Content-Based Instruction and Other Teaching Approaches
Whole Language Teaching and Content-Based Instruction: Are They Compatible?
The Role of Content-Based Instruction in Workplace Literacy
VESL and Content-Based Instruction: What Do They Have in Common?
English for Specific Purposes and Content-Based Instruction: What Is the Relationship?
The Role of Content in Task-Based EAP Instruction
Culture as Content
Literature: A Quintessential Content
Questions for Follow-Up Thought and Application
References
Index

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