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Compleat Links Volume 4, Issue 3 (September 2007)

Access the Latest Compleat Links Volume 4, Issue 3 (September 2007) Documents:

  • Together We Are Better 
    Patricia Hoffman and Anne Dahlman argue for effective ESL/mainstream collaboration and present some coteaching models.
  • Accent and Identity 
    Inna Hanson finds that the reasons nonnative speakers of English keep or lose their accents go beyond established theories of brain and speech development.
  • Getting Political in ESL Writing 
    Cathy Breitenfeld outlines a complete lesson plan for a politically oriented writing assignment on immigration policy.
  • Novel Navigation 
    Julie Ann Guzzardo’s novel approach to teaching culture uses authentic materials, integrates skills, and engages students in exploring the story, its themes, and its language.
  • Grammatically Speaking, September 2007 
    Why is "zero degrees" plural? Is it "Sudan" or "the Sudan"? "Computer mouses" or "computer mice"? "Awhile" or "a while"? Richard Firsten untangles the issues and challenges you with a new Brain Teaser.