Structured English Immersion

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How can the continuum of strategies be used inappropriately in the classroom?

  • Structured English Immersion -

    Rushing through lessons too fast for students to understand is one way.

    What else can you think of?

  • Structured English Immersion -

    If you want to know the theory behind second language acquisition, as well as strategies for students to be successful, be sure you're very familiar with Prof Stephen Krashen's work:

    http://www.sdkrashen.com/SL_Acquisition_and_Learning/index.html

    Read through the chapters that are linked at the left.

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