Teaching strategies - 8. Interactive style

supporting Dinka background speakers from southern Sudan

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Abstract

These information sheets have been developed by the AMEP Research Centre to provide AMEP teachers with specific information on issues and strategies affecting their students. They provide background information as well as identifying some annotated references that can be used to broaden knowledge and extend understanding. These references can be obtained through the AMEP Resource Centre at rescentre@nceltr.mq.edu.au

The AMEP Fact sheets are funded by the Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) through the Special Projects Research Programme and have been informed by the Australian-based research that the Programme has funded. The AMEP Information sheets can be accessed through the Professional Connections website: http://www.nceltr.mq.edu.au/pdamep/fact heets.html
Original languageEnglish
TypeAMEP Information sheet
PublisherAMEP Resource Centre
Number of pages8
Place of PublicationSydney
Publication statusPublished - Aug 2007
Externally publishedYes

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