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Effective integration examples by principle

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Last updated by Suzie Vesper

Principle one - Know your learners - their language background, their language proficiency, their experiential background.

Principle two - Identify the learning outcomes including the language demands of the teaching and learning.

Principle three - Maintain and make explicit the language outcomes for learners

Principle four - Being with context embedded tasks that make the concrete abstract

Principle five - Provide multiple opportunities for authentic language use with a focus on students using academic language.

Principle six - Ensure a balance between receptive and productive language.

Principle seven - Include opportunities for monitoring and self-evaluation.