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Exploring bilingual support in the secondary school

Amy Thompson

Exploring bilingual support in the secondary school

Bilingual Support Project

by Amy Thompson

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Published by Hounslow Language Service in Hounslow .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Education, Bilingual -- Great Britain.,
  • Minorities -- Education (Secondary) -- Great Britain.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementproject coordinator and researcher Amy Thompsom.
    ContributionsHounslow (England)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination66, [9] p. ;
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21235437M

    Later in my career, I worked at a dual-language middle school in New York's Bronx borough. This school taught many bilingual students, along with foreign-language Spanish-learners. Bilingual Books: Promoting Literacy and Biliteracy in the Second-Language and Mainstream Classroom, by Gisela Ernst-Slavit and Margaret Mulhern (Reading Online) Responding to the Demographic Challenge: An Internet Classroom for Teachers of Language-Minority Students, by Jill Kerper Mora (Reading Online).

    Provides teacher support for the syllabus for examination from This free downloadable Teacher's Resource provides additional guidance and support to teachers using the Cambridge IGCSE Enterprise Coursebook. It includes a sample scheme of work, teaching ideas, project guidance, worksheets and suggested answers. This paper aims to define the knowledge base of teaching in linguistically diverse secondary schools in England. Based on extensive interviews with the teachers across two schools, the paper identifies a range of good practices centred on flexibility and differentiation. These include diversifying teaching resources by using bilingual materials.

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