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This English-as-a-Second Language (ESL) journal periodically devotes entire issues to specific themes. The theme of this issue is "Intersegmental Articulation" (especially in California schools). Articles include: "Why Is ESL a Burning Issue?" (Robby Ching, Anne Ediger, Debbie Poole); "Challenges Facing California ESL Students and Teachers across the Segments" (Gari Browning); "The Elementary-Secondary Transition: Issues in Articulation" (Sara Fields, Susan Dunlap); "Articulation between Segments: Secondary to Postsecondary Programs" (Linda Sasser); "Noncredit Students in California Community Colleges: A Community at Risk" (Margaret Manson); "Passages between the Community College and the California State University" (Robby Ching, Sue McKee, Rebecca Ford); "ESL Students Entering the University of California" (Janet Lane, Donna Brinton, Melinda Erickson); "Articulation Agreements between Intensive ESL Programs and Postsecondary Institutions" (Bill Gaskill); "Secondary Education in California and Second Language Research: Instructing ESL Students in the 1990s" (Robin Scarcella); "The Challenge of Articulating ESL Courses in Postsecondary Education: Policy and Legislative Issues" (Kathryn Garlow); "Is Remediation an Articulation Issue?" (Denise Murray); "University of California Responses to the Needs of Students: 1983-1996" (Marianne Celce-Murcia, Tippy Schwabe); "Teaching Analytical Writing to ESL Students: UCLA/High School Collaboration?" (Faye Peitzman); "Articulation or Collaboration?" (Denise Murray); "Establishing Partnerships: The San Diego County ESL Articulation Group" (Anne Ediger); "Building Bridges: Articulating Writing Programs between Two- and Four-Year Colleges" (Kim Flachman, Kate Pluta); "Noncredit to Credit Articulation: The City College of San Francisco Model" (Sharon Seymour, Nadia F. Scholnick, Nina Gibson); "Adult School to Community College: The Fremont Adult School-Ohlone College Model" (Mark Lieu); "Articulation between a Private Language School and Other Academic Institutions: The Case of ESL Language Centers/San Diego" (Jim Scofield, Vince Burns); and "In Their Own Voices" (Margaret Loken). (MSE)

Descriptors: Adult Education, Articulation (Education), Classroom Techniques, College Bound Students, College School Cooperation, Community Colleges, Curriculum Design, Educational Policy, Educational Trends, Elementary Secondary Education, English (Second Language), High Risk Students, Higher Education, Institutional Cooperation, Instructional Materials, Intensive Language Courses, Language Research, Private Schools, Reading Instruction, School Community Relationship, Second Language Instruction, Student Needs, Transfer Students, Trend Analysis, Writing Instruction

Autor: CATESOL Journal, v9 n1 1996


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