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Teacher-Researchers Entering into the World of Limited-English-Proficiency (LEP) Students: Three Case Studies
Examines three white teacher researchers' classroom inquiries on their limited English proficiency students. Teachers were investigating students' way of perceiving, learning, and using their native and second language in different circumstances. Teachers devised activities and curricula that responded meaningfully to students' strengths and weaknesses. Teachers' insights are discussed in light of the principals and goals of bilingual and multicultural education. (SM)
Contributor: Torres, Myriam N.
Date Published: Mar
Journal/Secondary Title: Urban Education
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