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Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL): instructing native and non-native English speakers in a mixed classroom environment
Since the 1960s, computers have been used within the language classroom as a supplemental tool to enhance instruction in the target language. Teachers have incorporated the computer into their lessons to provide additional ...
Considerations for nondiscriminatory assessment and addressing educational needs of English learners referred for special education services
The goal of this study was to research the guidelines on nondiscriminatory assessment for placing English Learners (ELs) into special education programs in public schools. For the purposes of this work issues such as data ...
Comics aren't just for fun anymore: the practical use of comics by TESOL professionals
Comics, in the form of comic strips, comic books, and single panel cartoons are ubiquitous in classroom materials for teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL). While comics material is widely accepted as a ...
Formulaic sequences for improving oral fluency
In the English as a second language (ESL) and English as a foreign language (EFL) classroom, the focus is often on teaching reading, writing and grammar skills while little time is spent teaching speaking skills. This ...
Lexical error analysis of advanced language learners' writings
Advanced language learners have unique challenges with vocabulary instruction. At the advanced level, learners most likely have an extensive vocabulary that covers the high frequency words of the language. However, ...
Task-based language teaching in the business English classroom
Students all over the world attend classes in Business English to further their careers. Business English instruction can prepare students for jobs in international business or improve their current English level. ...