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Cultural Citizenship and Latino English Language Learners

By Maria Franquiz and Carol Brochin-Ceballos
This short article emphasizes the importance of creating “a safe space for language and literacy development.” The authors argue for students’ rights to use their own “linguistic and cultural resources for learning.” Teachers who are eager for a conversation about about advocacy and Latino…
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How Language Minority Students Can Learn in the Content Areas: An Alternative to Silence

By Beth Winningham
A teacher researcher who studied the experiences of five language-minority students over the course of a school year offers concrete suggestions for improving the learning experience of middle/high school students in general, and English learners in particular. This article could be examined…
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