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Language Across the Curriculum & CLIL in English as an Additional Language (EAL) Contexts


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1 Introduction.- 2 How Language Varies: Everyday language and Academic Language.- 3 Analysing Academic Language.- 4 Disconnects in Education Settings and Research Traditions.- 5 Curriculum Mapping and Bridging Pedagogies.- 6 Assessment Issues.- 7 Programming for Integration of Content and Language Learning.- 8 Critical Perspectives.- 9 Directions for Future Research & The Way Forward.

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"With the publication of this book, teachers, teacher educators, advanced students and researchers can welcome a user-friendly guide to integrating subject-area content and language skills for English language learners. Based on many years' practical experience with teachers and courses, Lin provides a sound research-based account of how to use a register and genre approach to issues of teacher development and pedagogical content knowledge, cross-subject collaborations, joint curriculum design, and balanced assessment, illustrated with numerous real-world examples. Particularly to be welcomed are the thoughtful review of the research on different approaches and the candid and critical discussion of how to serve students' best interests while maintaining an honest intellectual commitment to justice, diversity, and creativity. Highly recommended." (Professor Jay Lemke, University of California, San Diego, Author of "Talking Science: Language, Learning, and Values")

About the Author

Angel Lin is Professor of English Language and Literacy Education at the Faculty of Education, University of Hong Kong. She received her Ph.D. from the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto in 1996. Since then her research and teaching have focused on classroom discourse analysis, bilingual and multilingual education, academic literacies and language policy and planning in postcolonial contexts. She has published six research books and over ninety research articles, and serves on the editorial boards of a number of leading international research journals.


"The book represents a perfect encounter between theory and practice. ... the book is instructive, informative, and inspirational. In this sense, it is a welcome addition to the existing literature regarding LAC and CLIL." (Ye Zhu, Applied Linguistics, Vol. 40 (6), December, 2019)

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