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Multicultural Learning and Teaching

Editor-in-Chief: Obiakor, Festus / Algozzine, Robert

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Developing College English as a Second Language (ESL) Programs

Irina A. Orlova1 / Jelane A. Kennedy2

1College of Saint Rose

2College of Saint Rose

Citation Information: Multicultural Learning and Teaching. Volume 4, Issue 1, ISSN (Online) 2161-2412, DOI: 10.2202/2161-2412.1046, August 2009

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This article examines available literature on college English as a Second Language (ESL) programs. The literature available on college ESL programs falls into three categories: (1) research reports and articles, (2) recent theoretical discussions on ESL teaching, and (3) thought pieces discussing college ESL curriculum development and assessment practices in college ESL programs. In addition, this article discusses implications for administrators, faculty, counselors, and student affairs staff working with ESL students on a college campus and identifies potential areas for research.

Keywords: Key Terms: College ESL Programs; ESL Curriculum Development; Preparing Counselors; Preparing Student Affairs Staff; Preparing Administrators

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