By Evelyn Mason
Cheer undergo, a Care endure from the land of Care-a-Lot who consistently is aware the ideal factor to claim, is helping Sam conquer his anxiousness and resentment opposed to his fresh child sister.
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Previous page page_51 next page > < previous page page_52 next page > Page 52 Chapter 6 Integrated Language Learning Integrated Language Learning refers to both language acquisition and learning in general. It calls for a studentcentred curriculum taught through interrelating the skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing with a topic. , teaching skills in reading and writing, as separate and often non-verbal entities. " It is based on a philosophical belief of how children learn best and how good teaching should, therefore, proceed.
This can be done in a variety of groupingsin whole class and in small group settings. Ideally, while students are actively and meaningfully engaged in their centre work, we will be able to lead smaller groups in skills development, do comprehension checks, record observations of students, or assist students with developing their own personal work sample portfolios. Small group situations will also allow us to attend to our weaker second-language learners' special needs for vocabulary or content review.