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FROM THE CHAIR
Christel Broady, Georgetown College, Kentucky, USA
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FROM THE EDITOR
Janice Cate, EEIS Newsletter Editor
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MINUTES OF THE EEIS MEETING AT TESOL 2011, NEW ORLEANS
Deborah Sams, EEIS Secretary
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USING SONGS IN THE CLASSROOM: LEARNING OPPORTUNITY
Faisal Al-Shamali

Are you musical? Do you use music in your English class? Even if the only musical instrument you can play is the radio, music can be an asset in your language classroom. Read More

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CO-TEACHING MATH IN AN EIGHTH-GRADE CLASSROOM
Kenneth M. Bond

How would you help English language learners with a limited or interrupted formal education enrolled in an eighth-grade math class? What if your administration decided that it would be best if this class was co-taught by the middle-school math teacher and the English as a second language (ESL) teacher? Find out what happened when an ESL teacher and math teacher worked together. Read More

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MORE THAN LANGUAGE: CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION IN AN ESL PULLOUT CLASS
Grace Chin-Wen Chien

A TESOL graduate student shares her experiences observing content-based instruction with two special-needs English language learners. Read More

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EDUCATING SCHOOL LEADERS IN ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
Ken Weaver

In your school, who knows the most about the English language learners? Who knows the most about the laws pertaining to English language learners? How can you help your students and the staff in your building? A former principal shares his insights. Read More

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