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Look at program components and innovative practices in adult ESL literacy

Publisher: Aguirre International

Published At: San Mateo, CA

Date Published: 1990

Distributor: Aguirre International

Source Address: 411 Borel Avenue, Suite 402

Source City/State/Zip: San Mateo CA 94402

Material Type: Descriptive/Project Description

Intended Audience: Policy Maker

Physical Media: Print

Subjects: English (Second Language); Adult Literacy; Instructional Innovation

The paper describes characteristics of ESL literacy programs, summarizes research into program strengths and innovative practices, and details ways programs show evidence of effectiveness.

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