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26 - Speaking English in Finnish content-based classrooms
 
One of the most well-known countries not just for integrating content and language but also for quality education on the whole, anything from Finland has to be worth a read.

NIKULA TARJA (2007) tarja.nikula@campus.jyu.fi

http://www.helsinki.fi
 World Englishes, Vol. 26, No. 2, pp. 206–223 (article) Wiley link

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25 - Thinking and Content Learning of Mathematics and Science as Cognitional Development in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL): Teaching Through a Foreign Language in Finland.

Jaeppinen A K (2005) Language and Education (article)
ERIC link

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24 - Collaborative interaction in turn-taking: a comparative study of European bilingual (CLIL) and mainstream (MS) foreign language learners in early secondary education

Moore, Pat (2011)
International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism
First published on: 06 January 2011 (iFirst)
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23 - TIMELINES AND LIFELINES: Rethinking Literacy Instruction in Multilingual Classrooms

Jim Cummins | Vicki Bismilla | Sarah Cohen | Frances Giampapa | Lisa Leoni
o r b i t , V o l 3 6 , N o 1 , 2 0 0 5 (pp 22-26)
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22 - Immersion and CLIL in English: more differences than similarities

David Lasagabaster and Juan Manuel Sierra
ELT Journal Volume 64/4 October 2010; Oxford University Press
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21 - Teaching for Cross-Language Transfer in Dual Language Education: Possibilities and Pitfalls

Jim Cummins
TESOL Symposium on Dual Language Education: Teaching and Learning Two Languages in the EFL Setting (Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey, Friday, September 23, 2005)
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20 - Learning English and Other Languages in Multilingual Settings: Myths and Principles

Andy KIRKPATRICK
Hong Kong Institute of Education
Oct 2009
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19 - Translanguaging in the Bilingual Classroom: A Pedagogy for Learning and Teaching?

ANGELA CREESE, ADRIAN BLACKLEDGE
The Modern Language Journal 94 (2010) (pp 113-115)
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18 - Minumum Competence in Scientific English
 
Sue Blattes, Veronique Jans, Jonathan Upjohn
EDP Sciences, Grenoble, 2003
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17 - Developing Material for Physical Education Lessons in CLIL

Meike Machunsky 2007
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16 -  The Language of Chemistry: A New Challenge for Chemistry Education 

Chemistry International Journal of IUPAC
http://old.iupac.org/publications/ci/2010/3205/1_kelly.html
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15 Evaluation Report of the Bilingual Education Programme, Spain

Spanish Ministry of Education website
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14 Multilingualism in Mathematics Classrooms: Global Perspectives
 
Richard Barwell (2009) Multilingual Matters
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13 Content and language Integrated Learning (CLIL) Teaching Mathematics in English

Nadja Wilhelmer (2008) VDM, Austria
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12 Speaking up - announcing a multilingual revolution

Matthias Krug article for Abode Magazine 
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11 USING TWO LANGUAGES WHEN LEARNING MATHEMATICS

JUDIT MOSCHKOVICH
Educational Studies in Mathematics (2005) 64: 121–144
DOI: 10.1007/s10649-005-9005-1 C Springer 2005
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10 Assessing Effects of Directive Complexity on Accuracy of Task Completion in English Language Learners

Chisato Komatsu and Joseph C. Witt Louisiana State University
 School Psychology Review, 2006, Volume 35, No. 4, pp. 552-567
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9 Learning Geography Bilingually

LUKE DESFORGES & RHYS JONES
Journal of Geography in Higher Education, Vol. 28, No. 3, 411-424,
November 2004
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8 Mathematical Communication in the Classroom: A Teacher Makes a Difference
 
Bessie Davis Cooke and Dilek Buchholz (2005)
Early Childhood Education Journal, Vol. 32, No. 6, June 2005
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7 The complementary contributions of Halliday and Vygotsky to a 'Language-based Theory of Learning'.

Wells, G (1994)
Linguistics and Education, 6(1), 41-90
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6 Developing critical understanding of the specialised language of school science and history texts: A functional grammatical perspective.

Len Unsworth (1999)
Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy, 42: 7 April, pp 508-521
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5 Using Halliday’s functional grammar to examine early years worded mathematics texts

Keiran Abel & Beryl Exley
Queensland University of Technology
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, Vol. 31, No. 3, 2008. pp. 227–241
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4 Bilingual Geography

What do German students think about geography lessons in English?
CHRISTIANE MEYER 
GEOGRAPHY, VOLUME 89 (3), 2004, PAGES 274-277
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3 BILINGUAL KNOWLEDGE (BIK-) MAPS: STUDY STRATEGY EFFECTS.

Bahr, G. S. and D. F. Dansereau 
Available from the first international conference proceedings on concept mapping.
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2 Bilingual Knowledge Maps (BiK-Maps) in Second-Language Vocabulary Learning.

Bahr, G. S. and D. F. Dansereau
The Journal of Experimental Education, 2001, 70 (1), 5-24.
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1 The Inclusive Classroom: Teaching Mathematics and Science to English-Language Learners. It's Just Good Teaching.

Jarret, D (1999).
Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory, 101 SW Main Street, Suite 500, Portland.
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