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Providing Support for Non-Native Learners of English in the Social Studies Classroom: Integrating Verbal Interactive Activities and Technology
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Social Studies Volume 92, Number 1, ISSN 0037-7996

Abstract

Discusses using verbal interactions to foster social studies learning, the language and content needs of immigrant students, and strategies that are effective with non-native English learners. Introduces two technology-enhanced, verbal-interactive activities, using personal narratives and storytelling in social studies, for both middle and high school students. (CMK)

Citation

Egbert, J. & Simich-Dudgeon, C. (2001). Providing Support for Non-Native Learners of English in the Social Studies Classroom: Integrating Verbal Interactive Activities and Technology. Social Studies, 92(1), 22-25. Retrieved August 18, 2019 from .

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