Embedding English in the tertiary curriculum: Engaging with content through writing
The goal of combining language instruction with the teaching of core content has been widely adopted in European schools and universities, at least since the 1990s. Where English is the medium of instruction, that aim is being referred to as embedding English in the curriculum. The policy is now being advocated in Australian and New Zealand schools and universities (where tertiary-level students often need supplementary language support). The concept has its roots in Content Based Language...[Show more]
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