Promoting Learning for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students: Classroom Applications from Contemporary Research
Wadsworth Publishing Company, 1998 - Education - 247 pages
This application-focused book sets itself apart from the handful of other available texts that address the special needs and issues presented by linguistically and culturally diverse students in the K- through high school setting. The broad range of strategies and applications are research-based and have proven themselves effective with children who have diverse language skills and cultural backgrounds.
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