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by Judith H. Jameson

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Judith H. Jameson
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Enriching content classes for secondary school students: Study guide and Trainer’s manual. Portions of this module are adapted from Enriching content classes for secondary ESOL students (pp 206-233, passim) by Judith H. Jameson, 1999. New York State Education Department. and McHenry, IL: Center for Applied Linguistics and Delta Systems C. Inc. Adapted with permission. Module 9 Mathematics and ESL Students.

Judith H. Jameson Enriching Content Classes for Secondary Esol Students: Trainer's Manual. ISBN 13: 9781887744140. Enriching Content Classes for Secondary Esol Students: Trainer's Manual. ISBN 10: 1887744142 ISBN 13: 9781887744140. Publisher: Delta Systems Co Inc, 1999.

Center for Applied Linguistics and Delta Publishing Company

Center for Applied Linguistics and Delta Publishing Company. There are 60 hours of targeted training (54 in-class hours and 6 hours of structured outside assignments), but the program can be adapted to meet local needs or timeframes.

Portions of this module are adapted from Enriching Content Classes for Secondary ESOL Students (pps. 329-369), by Judith H. Jameson, 1999, Washington, DC, and McHenry, IL: Center for Applied Linguistics and Delta. Notes: There are three distinct reasons for testing ESL students (referred to in State and federal regulations as limited English proficient or LEP ). Any discussion of testing LEP students should always begin with the question, For what purpose?

Since a great deal of valuable training material has already been developed and is in use in Florida, several sections of Enriching draw from these existing materials, modifying or adding to them when necessary to make them appropriate for secondary content teachers.

Furthermore, many of the techniques that elementary teachers use to increase comprehensibility seem childish to secondary teachers and students.

Content-based ESL instruction and curriculum. Enriching Content Classes for Secondary ESOL Students. 22 Mar Brown, H. (1994). New Jersey: Prentice Hall. Clevedon: Multilingual Matters. Chamot, A. & O'Malley, J. M. McHenry, Illinois: Delta Systems.

Enriching content classes for secondary ESOL students: Training. Finding an effective instruction mode for ESL students in the US educational system has not been an easy task. Washington, DC: Center for Applied Linguistics. The country’s secondary and tertiary institutions continue to struggle to meet the needs of their large non-native student populations. The article revisits the debate whether sheltered instruction is an effective model to follow.