Content-Based Instruction in Higher Education Settings

 

Content-based instruction (CBI) challenges ESOL teachers to teach language through specialist content in institutional settings. This volume addresses CBI negotiation between ESOL teachers and subject specialists in higher education. Writers document and evaluate courses that support the subject discipline and meet the language needs of EFL and ESL learners.

Authors: JoAnn Crandall and Dorit Kaufman, Editors

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Product No.: 018
ISBN: 1-931185-01-8
Year: 2002
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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Series Editor's Preface
CHAPTER 1: Content-Based Instruction in Higher Education Settings: Evolving Models for Diverse Contexts
JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall and Dorit Kaufman
PART 1: CASE STUDIES OF EFL CONTEXTS
CHAPTER 2: Adjunct Courses in the Great Books: The Key That Unlocked Locke for Japanese EFL Undergraduates and Opened the Door to Academia for EFL
Patrick Rosenkjar
CHAPTER 3: Merging Expertise: Developing Partnerships Between Language and Content Specialists
Timothy Stewart, Michael Sagliano, and Julie Sagliano
CHAPTER 4: Content-Based English for Academic Purposes in a Thai University
Catherine Owens
CHAPTER 5: English for Students of Mathematics and Computer Science: A Content-Based Instruction Course
Sara Kol
CHAPTER 6: Developing Genre Awareness in Nonnative-English-Speaking Writers of Experimental Research Articles: A Collaborative Approach
Iliana A. Martinez
CHAPTER 7: Content-Based English for Specific Purposes Course Design: The Case of English for Architecture
Dafne Gonzalez and Rubena St. Louis
PART 2: CASE STUDIES OF ESL CONTEXTS
CHAPTER 8: Promoting the Acquisition of Knowledge ina Content-Based Course
Fredricka L. Stoller
CHAPTER 9: Appropriating the Adjunct Model: English for Academic Purposes at the University Level
Donna M. Brinton and Linda Jensen
CHAPTER 10: To Motivate and Educate, Collaborate and Integrate: The Adjunct Model in a Bridge Program
Martha A. Iancu
CHAPTER 11: A Collaborative Approach to Sheltering Complex Content for Native and Nonnative English Speakers in a University Setting
Mark A. Schneider and Joan E. Friedenberg
CHAPTER 12: Teaching and Learning Academic Literacy Through Project LEAP
Marguerite Ann Snow and Lia D. Kamhi-Stein
References
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