What is it about?
Two secondary ESL teacher-researchers explain how you can combine content learning, specifically history, with English as a second language instruction. The articles shows examples from a class of refugee high school students from Myanmar. Different pieces of authentic literature are used throughout this unit as students and teacher read and responded to the texts.
Why is it important?
Students need connections between their ESL and history classes for deeper content, literacy, and second language learning.
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