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The Lives Of Young Immigrants
The Lives Of Young Immigrants
The Lives Of Young Immigrants
The Lives Of Young Immigrants
The Lives Of Young Immigrants
The Lives Of Young Immigrants
The Lives Of Young Immigrants
The Lives Of Young Immigrants
The Lives Of Young Immigrants
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The Lives Of Young Immigrants

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  • 1. The Lives of Young Immigrants Unit 9 WTUC http://www.sptimes.com/2006/05/13/images/immigrant450.jpg
  • 2. Background
    • Columbia
    • The Dominican Republic
    • West Indies
    • Poland
    • Nigeria
    • Russia
    • Egypt
    • China
    • Korea
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  • 3. Vocabulary for Comprehension
    • G
    • K
    • B
    • L
    • E
    • J
    • D
    • H
    • A
    • C
    • F
    • i
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  • 4. Listening 1, p. 184
    • The International High School is successful because students use both their native language and their new language, English.
    • Students feel confident in their native language, so they are better able to learn in general, including their new language
  • 5. Listening 1
    • 2. Students in other high school programs probably use one language at a time.
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  • 6. Listening for Main Ideas
    • 4.
    • 5
    • 6
    • 8 (Item 8 is inferred)
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  • 7. Listening for Details
    • Shenke: Teacher. She likes the fact that the students enjoy themselves, help each other, and learn at the same time.
    • Billarel: Student. She feels that the students understand, support, and correct each other without making fun of each other’s mistakes.
  • 8.
    • 3. Listhaus: Teacher. He thinks it is important that school is a “safe” place where students feel welcomed and valued for who they are.
    • 4. Namovich: Student. She was not punished for speaking Polish and she was encouraged to bone up on Polish while she was learning English
  • 9.
    • 5. Rucker: Teacher. She feels that speaking another language has a practical economic value because there’s so much rapid travel and international business.
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