How to empower teachers working with children with language impairments

why a ‘just-in-time’ model might work

Sue Ellis, Elspeth McCartney

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Abstract

Chapter 19 in Ellis and McCartney (eds) Applied Linguistics and Primary School Teaching, 2011.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationApplied Linguistics in the Primary School Teaching
EditorsS Ellis, E McCartney
Place of PublicationCambridge
Pages252-266
Number of pages15
Publication statusPublished - 2011

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Keywords

  • applied linguistics
  • 'just in time' model
  • children with language impairments
  • empowering teachers

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Ellis, S., & McCartney, E. (2011). How to empower teachers working with children with language impairments: why a ‘just-in-time’ model might work. In S. Ellis, & E. McCartney (Eds.), Applied Linguistics in the Primary School Teaching (pp. 252-266). Cambridge.
Ellis, Sue ; McCartney, Elspeth. / How to empower teachers working with children with language impairments : why a ‘just-in-time’ model might work. Applied Linguistics in the Primary School Teaching. editor / S Ellis ; E McCartney. Cambridge, 2011. pp. 252-266
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How to empower teachers working with children with language impairments : why a ‘just-in-time’ model might work. / Ellis, Sue; McCartney, Elspeth.

Applied Linguistics in the Primary School Teaching. ed. / S Ellis; E McCartney. Cambridge, 2011. p. 252-266.

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Ellis S, McCartney E. How to empower teachers working with children with language impairments: why a ‘just-in-time’ model might work. In Ellis S, McCartney E, editors, Applied Linguistics in the Primary School Teaching. Cambridge. 2011. p. 252-266