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Teaching Esl In An American Public School: A Case Study, Kimberley A. Keller Jan 1985

Teaching Esl In An American Public School: A Case Study, Kimberley A. Keller

MA TESOL Collection

This case study examines in detail an experience I had teaching English as a Second Language ESLl in a United States public school for three months. It discusses what happened, what I learned from the experience and why I think it is important, personally and professionally in the field of teaching ESL in U.S public schools. The case study is divided into four areas: Community and School Context, Profile of the Learners, Profile of the Teacher and Summary and Conclusion. A list of related readings and references is also included as well as some organizations associated with ESL and ...


The Realities Of Being A Part-Time Esl Teacher, Rebecca Jean Banken Jan 1985

The Realities Of Being A Part-Time Esl Teacher, Rebecca Jean Banken

MA TESOL Collection

In an attempt to describe the position of a part-time ESL teacher in a secondary school, this paper explores what is involved. The components of teaching as well as the components of learning are discussed. The paper also addresses issues faced by part-time ESL teachers and administrators and presents suggestions on how to cope with these issues.


Cerebral Dominance, A Matter For Elementary Teacher Awareness, Mary E. Dortch Jan 1985

Cerebral Dominance, A Matter For Elementary Teacher Awareness, Mary E. Dortch

UNF Graduate Theses and Dissertations

This study addresses areas in cerebral dominance theory which elementary classroom teachers should be aware of when developing instructional strategies to enhance the learning experiences of children. Presented are past and present findings on cerebral dominance theory, giving the reader some understanding of what has been found about the manner in which children process information. The characteristics and processes of the two halves of the cerebrum have been discussed and possible applications and misapplications of this information have been given. It is concluded that students process information in different ways and that the data can be useful when examining teaching ...