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Archived Webinars

A Meaning-Oriented Model of Language for the Classroom

Webinar Presenters: Aída Walqui, Beverly Derewianka

The Role of Talk in Learning: Implications for Recently Arrived EAL and Refugee Background Students in Mainstream Classes

Webinar Presenters: Aída Walqui, Jennifer Hammond

Oracy in the UK for All Students: Current Research

Webinar Presenters: Aída Walqui, Alice Stott

Facilitating Secondary ELA English Learners’ Oral Language Development While Engaging in Distance Learning

Webinar Presenters: Mary Schmida, Veronica Aguila, Anastasia Martinez, Norma Sanchez

Supporting Secondary English Learners in the Science Classroom

Webinar Presenters: Haiwen Chu, Martha Palacios, Theresa Hawk, Norma Sanchez

Robust Learning Opportunities for English Learners: Even MORE Important Now

Webinar Presenters: Aída Walqui, George C. Bunch

English Learners and Civic Life: The Imperative, the Reality, and the Potential

Webinar Presenters: Aída Walqui, Joel Westheimer

English Learners in the United States: A Historical, Policy, and Educational Trajectory

Webinar Presenters: Aída Walqui, Kenji Hakuta

Multilingualism in the United States and Around the World: Current Issues and Tensions

Webinar Presenters: Aída Walqui, Ofelia García

What’s in a Name? The Terms We Use to Talk About English Learners, the Theories They Reflect, and Why Labels Matter

Webinar Presenters: Aída Walqui, Guadalupe Valdés

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