The Content-Based Classroom: Persepctives on Integrating Language and Content, edited by Marguerite Ann Snow and Donna M. Briton, gives teachers a solid understanding of how to apply the tenets of a content-based approach to language teaching with learners of different ages and proficiency levels. It offers insight into teacher preparation, classroom strategies, alternative models, research and assessment, and the relationship between content-based instruction and other instructional approaches. The Content-Based Classroom offers: * selections written by a cross-section of authors who have expertise in a wide range of settings and with a variety of student populations * discussion questions and activities that give students an opportunity to apply concepts to actual or hypothetical situationsPerspectives on Integrating Language and Content Marguerite Ann Snow, Donna Brinton ... In addition she rode hers horse in that night which was terrible with rain, and very very dark, I think if other girl shout be riding ... Jorge included a Venn diagram that compared Revere and Ludington, his first draft of the essay, and a checklist (see Figure 17.1) that was apparently completed by a peer in the class.
|Title||:||The Content-based Classroom|
|Author||:||Marguerite Ann Snow, Donna Brinton|
|Publisher||:||Pearson P T R - 1997-01|