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Language Learning for Everyone: a Resource Manual for Teachers with Struggling English Language Learners

Abstract: 

Most adult learners in English as a Second Language programs, including basic literacy, LINC and bridge to work classes manage the assigned coursework and show expected progress. There are those, however, who struggle to acquire a new language within the contexts of their classes and require some form of individualized support to make gains in their language acquisition. For these individuals, the learning of English language and/or literacy skill development is and continues to be extremely difficult. This resource manual addresses ways for teachers and administrators to observe, understand and support these learners in their adult ESL programs.

Source/Producer: 
Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association
Author: 
Resource development: Theresa Wall Project management: Eva Szasz-Redmond
Publish Date: 
2013
Keywords: 
learning difficulties, learning disabilities
Funding Source: 
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
Availability of Document: 
PDF
Website: 
http://www.ciwa-online.com
Contact: 
Theresa Wall
Contact Email: 
theresaw@ciwa-online.com
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Calgary Immigrant Women’s Association
Resource development: Theresa Wall Project management: Eva Szasz-Redmond
2013
learning difficulties, learning disabilities
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
PDF
Theresa Wall
theresaw@ciwa-online.com