Collaboration Between English as a Second Language Teachers and Content Area Teachers;Implications for Working with English Language Learners
Date of Award
Education and Human Services
English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers, English language -- Study and teaching -- United States, English teachers -- Training of -- United States, Curriculum planning, ESL collaboration, content area teachers, ELL learners, regular education students, ESL teachers
This study examined the collaboration between ESL and content area teachers and its implications for working with English language learners and regular education students at three educational levels: primary, intermediate and secondary. Qualitative methods were used for data collection. The study explored the factors that led to a successful collaboration, and its effects on the learning experience of ELLs and regular education students as well as the roles and responsibilities of the ESL and regular education teachers. Results indicate that such collaboration benefits the ESL and regular education teacher(s) as well as the ELLs and regular education students at the three educational levels
Mousa, Widad, "Collaboration Between English as a Second Language Teachers and Content Area Teachers;Implications for Working with English Language Learners" (2012). ETD Archive. 214.