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Teaching Language at the Oakland International High School

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Published on Jun 21, 2012

Oakland International High School, a joint collaborative between Oakland Unified School District and the Internationals Network for Public Schools, serves newly arrived immigrants from 31 countries. Principal Carmelita Reyes discusses the school's unique structures, philosophy and instructional methods. In a state in which people have strong opinions about how language should be taught, Carmelita, offers one more model into the mix. She discusses the pros and cons of teaching English in a heterogeneous, multilingual classroom using the Internationals Approach.

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