Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)
This project provides the person unfamiliar with Haiti and its inhabitants with some background information on the country - politically, economically, socially. It also gives a perspective on why Haitians leave Haiti to come to the US, and the stages they must go through in order to do so. Teachers are given some insight into what to expect from their students in an ESL class, given their background and experiences. Finally, factual information is provided on Haiti - i.e. holidays, major cities, etc. - for the interest of the reader. It also serves to help the teacher make the ESL class more relevant to the student.
Adult and Continuing Education and Teaching | Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Curriculum and Social Inquiry | Education | Teacher Education and Professional Development
Vassall-Paquiot, Dona A., "From Haiti to the ESL Class: Working with Adult Haitian ESL Learners in the US" (1983). MA TESOL Collection. 550.