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An Investigation into the Use and Benefits of Assistive Technologies for English as a Second Language Users' Literacy Development.Download
This investigation uses the quasi experimental one group pretest-posttest research design to identify vocabulary learning strategies specific to an International Practical Nurse Diploma program, at a western college in Canada. Vocabulary Learning Strategies proposed by Oxford (1990) and the...
The question, ‘How does video captioning improve listening comprehension (LC)?’ is discussed from the perspective of the value captioned video brings to the adult English as a second language (ESL) learner and from how they can be effectively used in the ESL classroom. Listening comprehension is...
Second language acquisition research has well established that learners require input, interaction and focus on form during communicative language lessons (Ellis, 2012; Spada & Lightbown, 2008). The question now is no longer if form-focused instruction should be included but where and how the...
Mathematics and the English Language Learner
Increased immigration and a move for greater inclusion in Canadian English language mainstream classrooms has led to increased numbers of English-Language Learning (ELL) students in our core subject-area secondary mathematics classrooms. The increasing number of ELL students in these classrooms...