English as a Second Language - Are Educators Doing a Disservice to Students?
Czubaj, Camilia Anne, Education
Ethnic populations are increasing throughout the United States of America. Population auditors are predicting the ethnic populations to increase even further in the future. Many more ethnic students are entering the American school systems with little or no English comprehension. The current trend in the pedagogical processes is to teach English as a second language to students with language ethnicity. The students' native tongue is their primary language; whereas, English is taught to the students as a second language. Are we, as educators, doing a disservice to these students by teaching English as their second language? Educators substantiated the move to English instruction as a …
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Publication information: Article title: English as a Second Language - Are Educators Doing a Disservice to Students?. Contributors: Czubaj, Camilia Anne - Author. Journal title: Education. Volume: 116. Issue: 1 Publication date: Fall 1995. Page number: 109+. © 1999 Project Innovation. COPYRIGHT 1995 Gale Group.