English as a Second Language in the Mainstream

English as a Second Language in the Mainstream

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Drawing on their experience as researchers and educators in Australia, Canada and England, the authors present an up-to-date account of advances in theory and practice and argue for a more comprehensive vision.This characterisation of a task, at a rather high level of abstraction, is particularly helpful because it allows us to define and ... In the school context most curriculum -generated or curriculum-related tasks have a goal, e.g. to learn about the water cycle, and/or a product, e.g. a written account and a diagram of the water cycle. ... School tasks are, to various extents, supported by human and material learning resources such as teacher and peer time, paper, books, worksheets, maps, anbsp;...

Title:English as a Second Language in the Mainstream
Author: Bernard A. Mohan, Constant Leung, Chris Davison
Publisher:Harlow, England ; New York : Longman - 2001

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