ERIC Number: ED350878
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1991
Reference Count: N/A
Issues in Southeast Asian Refugee Education.
Jaquith, Paul, Ed.
Cross Currents, v18 n1 spec iss Sum 1991
"Cross Currents" is subtitled "an International Journal of Language Teaching and Cross-Cultural Communication." This special theme issue is devoted to the subject of Southeast Asian refugee education and contains 13 articles on refugee education (as well as 6 articles on other language teaching topics). The thematic articles include the following: "Universals of Politeness in the ESL Classroom"; "English as an International Language"; "Cooperative Learning in a Humanistic English Class"; "Curriculum Design and Pre-Entry Training for Adult Indochinese Refugees"; "Input and Output: Interaction in the Language Laboratory"; "Picture Vocabulary"; "The Changing Faces of Refugee Education"; "Vietnam's Amerasian Families: The Face of Jeopardy in Resettlement"; "Literacy for Mothers of Amerasians"; "A Method for Teaching Literacy to the Orally Proficient"; "Incorporating Primary Prevention Techniques in Discussion Groups"; "Student Teaching in Refugee ESL Classes"; "Books for Beginning Readers and Writers: If You Can't Find Them, Make Them"; "Cross Cultural Training for Young Adult Vietnamese Refugees"; "Educational Programs for Cambodian Refugees"; "English Language Teaching at Phanat Nikhom: Ten Years Later"; "Refugee Education in Hong Kong"; and "Meeting the Long-Term Educational Needs of Resettled Refugees: An Integrated Approach." (MSE)
Descriptors: Acculturation, Adult Education, Asian Americans, Cooperative Learning, Cultural Awareness, Curriculum Design, Educational Needs, Educational Planning, English (Second Language), Foreign Countries, Foreign Language Books, Indochinese, Instructional Materials, Land Settlement, Language Laboratories, Laotians, Literacy Education, Long Range Planning, Mothers, Refugees, Second Language Instruction, Student Teaching, Teacher Developed Materials, Vietnamese People, Visual Aids, Vocabulary Development, Young Adults
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serials
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers; Practitioners
Authoring Institution: Language Inst. of Japan, Odawara.