Walking Talking Texts is a curriculum methodology for teaching English-as-a-second-language. The skills of listening, speaking, reading and writing in English are taught and assessed in the teaching program.
Walking Talking Texts teaches English as a language for learning, through the integration of learning area content and outcomes at age/grade appropriate levels.
Walking Talking Texts uses written texts as the pivot for further learning about English and how to use English. The program is used from Early Childhood to the Senior Years of School where students are learning English as an additional language as they participate in learning through English in school.


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Fran Murray 2007

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