Linking Language and the Environment: Greening the ESL Classroom
Pippin Publishing Corporation, 2001 - Foreign Language Study - 112 pages
For teachers interested in integrating language instruction and environmental education, Linking Language and the Environment offers welcome and timely support with its combination of the general principles of language instruction and a rich variety of practical classroom activities to illustrate those principles. Its approach will readily appeal to second language learners concerned with finding a more relevant, interesting and socially significant focus for their efforts at second language acquisition than the usual. Language skills provide a vital means towards realising the new vision for the twenty-first century that many of today's teachers and students share. Linking Language and the Environment, with its abundant use of black line masters and stimulating and thought-provoking activities, demonstrates how environmental education can prove a rich source of material for purposeful language learning.
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