Publication Date

1974

Abstract

This paper is a report on my first year as an E.S.L. teacher. The paper describes the school where I worked and the program I set up there. Included are my personal feelings and beliefs about what I was doing. This paper deals only with my portion of the E.S.L. instruction at the school. For information on the upper level program (grades 3-5) refer to Charles E. Hancock's I.P.P. I have included in my paper suggestions for activities in working with young children (grades kindergarten through second) and some observations about working with Navajo children in particular.

Disciplines

Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Education | First and Second Language Acquisition | Pre-Elementary, Early Childhood, Kindergarten Teacher Education