• Salam
    State College July 2008 · 296 pages Paper (978-1-4129-5831-8) Price £21.99 BIC Codes: JCJ Ten Second Sell The Second Edition of the popular reader containing the latest cutting-edge research covering three major course areas - criminal behaviour, forensic psychology, and psychology and law. Selling...
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  • Biligual Education
    to find Korean or Middle Eastern students being instructed in Spanish. For a generation, while federal law had required schools to provide special language instruction to assist English learners in obtaining an equal education, it was never mandated the form that such assistance should have taken...
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  • Essay
    diagnostic assessments, to ensure that remediation programs are effective. English Language Learners (ELL) The goal of ELL programs is to help students reach English language proficiency as quickly as possible. There is limited rigorous research on effective models of instruction for ELL students...
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  • Bilingual Education Under the Microscope: Researching What Works and What Doesn't
    . Several organizations have emerged as advocates on one side or the other, each providing opinions, anecdotes, and conflicting research. As might be expected, California is leading the pack in terms of research as it grapples with the aftermath of Proposition 227, the voter initiative mandating English...
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  • Ellis Sla Perspective
    to demonstrate learning difficulty for a specific group of learners, but it is entirely another to claim, without any evidence, that such difficulty can be overcome through pedagogic intervention. It is, in fact, difficult to see what UG-based SLA research has to offer language pedagogy. Even if...
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  • Committee on the Reform of the Philippine Educational System
    Philippines, the organization of this university was European in style, but the language of instruction was English. In 1916, during the governorship of Francis Harrison, the United States Congress passed the Second Organic Law, more frequently referred to as the Jones Act. This Act replaced the 1902 First...
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  • High School Student
    . Immigration has brought increasing numbers of students with limited backgrounds in English to U.S. classrooms. The number of English language learners (ELLs) in the United States increased by more than 50 percent between 1985 and 1991. Between 1991 and 1993, the language minority population increased 12.6...
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  • Research Paper on California Public Education
    the breakdown of the current system looking specifically at the following issues: Lack of Funding for the System, Lack of Qualified Teaching Personnel, and issues caused by Diversity in the Educational System. Through the use of primary and secondary research tools we will analyze the current state...
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  • Official Language Movement
    Languages”, advancing the belief that it’s important for every person in the United States to be proficient in at least one language other than English” (Riehl 2005). Foreign Language teachers however feel strongly about learning another language and support it. “Foreign Language teachers make the...
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  • Effectiveness of Assessments
    to enhance their ability to master the English language and in turn master the content knowledge. Each school district has selected tools that are research driven and claim to be proven to enhance overall achievement scores. With the No Child Left Behind law, these tools have become systemic in the...
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  • Reserch Papers
    presented to the competent forums for final approval • 4 METHODOLOGY Stage I: Diagnostic: Literature Review Green Papers Research Studies District Consultations Education Conferences (National/Provincial/Area Governments) Stage II: Prescriptive: Issue-based Consultations Organization...
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  • Cultural Diversity
    popular success of Proposition O and 38, the state chapter of 'US English', the California English Campaign, decided to put the issue before the voters at the state level: by May 1986,1,017,000 signatures (the third largest number in California's history) had been gathered to qualify the initiative for...
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  • Enn 103f Eng1511
    relating to the teacher; problems relating to the teacher’s participation in the teaching event; learner-related problems; language problems; reading problems; written language; English as a second language and medium of instruction; problems with mathematics in primary school; study problems; problems...
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  • English
    as an international language. I’d think it’s mostly American English. The reason is that all three native English speaking teachers in our program are from the United States. In fact, at least 23 respondents (24%) explicitly wrote that there is no consensus regarding the choice of the instructional...
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  • The Interpreter's Guide to the Eu
    represent the Community in issues relating to trade and to certain technical issues. At the World Trade Organisation (WTO) the Commission negotiates on behalf of all member states. 5. Policing EU laws. The Commission is sometimes referred to as the “Guardian of the Treaties”, as it has the authority...
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  • Consti
    . Section 2. Amendments to this Constitution may likewise be directly proposed by the people through initiative upon a petition of at least twelve per centum of the total number of registered voters, of which every legislative district must be represented by at least three per centum of the...
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  • Catelogy
    about assessment of K-12 students, state standards, research-based instructional activities, and lesson planning and implementation models. Students will study how a learner-centered approach to teaching can provide English Language Learners (ELL), as well as native English speakers, with a greater...
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  • Dreams of Achievement: a Critical Metaphor Analysis of the American Dream
    states had adopted English as their sole official language by the year 1999 (see Schmidt, 2000, p. 29 for a complete list). Of all the states, California has been especially targeted for English-only reform (Diamond, 1990; Woolard, 1990; Santa Ana, 2002). Since their original passing, such laws...
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  • Curriculum 21
    , skills and perspectives for the 21st century * Global learning: * Knowledge of other world religions, cultures, economics, and global issues * Skills to communicate in languages other than English * To work in cross-cultural teams * To assess information from...
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  • Hnd Business
    , and the availability of remedies when a contract is not fulfilled in accordance with its terms. Additionally, the unit will enable learners to understand how the law of tort differs from the law of contract and examine issues of liability in negligence relating to business and how to avoid it. • 1 2...
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