Using multilingual approaches: moving from theory to practice; a resource book of strategies, activities and projects for the classroom

This book aims to introduce important evidence relating to language learning in multilingual contexts and develop the practice of using multilingual approaches in the classroom. It has been especially designed to support teachers who teach English as a subject and for teachers who use English as the medium of instruction in classrooms with students in linguistically diverse and often resource-poor communities. The resource has three main parts: 1) A guide that explains relevant research evidence; 2) Strategies, activities and projects that teachers can use in their classrooms; 3) An abridged list of resources for multilingual education for further exploration.

author
Heugh, Kathleen
French, Mei
Armitage, Janet
Taylor-Leech, Kerry
Billinghurst, Necia
Ollerhead, Sue
language
ENG
Institutions
British Council
date
2019
Pages
145 p.
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themes
Bilingual education
Teaching-learning strategies

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