This edition of NALDIC Quarterly looks at teaching languages in school and out of school. Articles explore the links and divides between the teaching and learning of English, EAL and classical, modern, heritage and community languages in schools and other settings.
Editorial | Amy Thompson and Carrie Cable
View from the Chair | Amy Thompson
Language learning and teaching: crossing boundaries Enriching cross-curricular work by involving complementary schools | Charmian Kenner and Mahera Ruby
EAL and CLIL: transcending boundaries | Charlotte Franson
Languages, literacies and learning: from monocultural to intercultural perspectives | Jim Anderson and Vicky Obied
Linking EAL and MFL in ITE: learning languages and learning to teach | Jean Conteh and Danny Gleisner
- Content and Language Integrated Learning: Evidence from Research in Europe. Ruiz de Zarobe, Y. & Jiménez Catalán, R. M. (eds.) (2009) Bristol: Multilingual Matters
- English Learners, Academic Literacy and Thinking Pauline Gibbons Heinemann (2009), 208 pages, ISBN: 978-0325012032
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