Advocacy in ESL
Transition, Turmoil & Hope
KATESOL 2005 Preview
KATESOL Honor Roll
November 2004An Advocate for Renewed Activism in ESL/EFL
"One of the strongest advocates for the interests of English language learners, their families and their teachers is Dr. Stephen D. Krashen..."
Transition, Turmoil, and Hope
...New York City is like one big ESL classroom, with hot dog and coffee vendors reinforcing a newcomer’s first efforts at communication; busses with advertising messages supported by powerful visuals lurching through the streets; an endless flow of diverse cultures articulating and gesticulating to convey everything that unites and everything that separates them. ...
400 Expected at KATESOL 2005 in Emporia!
There is a great deal of anticipation ahead of this year's annual conference of the Kansas Association of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages and Bilingual Educators (KATESOL/BE), February 18-19, 2005, to be hosted by the Department of Modern Languages and the Jones Institute of Educational Excellence at Emporia State University, in Emporia, Kansas....
Recognizing the Dedicated Teachers of Kansas
The Kansas Association of Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages today announced a new program to recognize excellent ESOL practitioners across the state of Kansas. A dozen ESOL endorsed teachers in P-12 schools, ESL teachers and teacher trainers at the state's institutions of higher education and adult learning centers, will be honored at the annual KATESOL/BE Conference in Emporia, Kansas, on Friday, February 18, 2005. ...