Across the False Divide: Supporting English Learners in College-Level Composition (Webinar)
Though ESL and English have long been seen as two very separate disciplines, viewing the same students’ writing across multiple semesters reveals that students’ English can and does develop as they tackle the challenges of college-level coursework. Following a close examination of selected students’ work, the presenters will share inclusive practices to support students from varied cultural and linguistic backgrounds in composition courses.
Jose Cortes and Melissa Reeve
Professors of ESL and English at Solano College
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: Jose Cortes & Melissa Reeve
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