ACCESS Newcomers: Student Edition Grades 5-12 2005

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The CTESL promotional video was created by Jumanah Al Asadi and Lena Vakulenko, students in Carleton University’s Interactive Multimedia & Design program. In semantic mapping, teachers identify key terms in a text and learners list other words in the text that relate to the key terms. There are different timelines for learning social and academic language. In particular, nationals of different countries have to move from one geographical region to another, needing a language of communication.

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Publisher: GREAT SOURCE; 1 edition (January 19, 2005)

ISBN: 0669508969

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