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Minne<em>TESOL/WITESOL</em> Journal (1995-2006)  [11]


 

MinneWITESOL is a professional association of teachers of English as a Second Language in Minnesota and neighboring states dedicated to the education and support of students acquiring English at all levels of public and private education.

Persistent link to this collection  http://hdl.handle.net/11299/108819

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  • Volume 23, 2006 

    Unknown author (Minnesota and Wisconsin Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, 2006)
    CONTENTS: ARTICLES: "'Hmoob Boy Meets Hmong Girl': Orthographic Codeswitching in a Playscript" by Susan M. Burt; "Tracking the Progress of Students Whose First Language is Not English towards English Proficiency: ...
  • Volume 21, 2004 

    Unknown author (Minnesota and Wisconsin Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, 2004)
    CONTENTS: ARTICLES: "Professionalism in Practice: ESL voices" by Tina Edstam; "The New English Language Proficiency Standards: Issues in Curriculum and ESL Teacher Professionalism" by Martha Bigelow & Susan ...
  • Volume 22, 2005 

    Unknown author (Minnesota and Wisconsin Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, 2005)
    CONTENTS: ARTICLES: "Finding a Voice and a Place: Using Life Histories in a Second Language Writing Classroom" by Molly Rojas Collins, Robin Murie, and Dan Detzner; "Educational Models and Effective Practices in ...
  • Volume 20, 2003 

    Unknown author (Minnesota and Wisconsin Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, 2003)
    CONTENTS: ARTICLES: "Curriculum Components ofthe Practicum in ESL" by Noriko Ishihara; "When One Size Doesn't Fit All: English Language Learners and Content Standards" by Karla Stone; "Sustained Content for Business ...
  • Volume 19, 2002 

    Unknown author (Minnesota and Wisconsin Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages, 2002)
    Contents: ARTICLES: "Mental and Written Translation Strategies in ESL" by Andrew D. Cohen; "Evaluating the Needs of Workers and Employers in a Workplace ESL Program: Some Ideas for Consideration" by Ann M. ...

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