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AMEP Research Centre

Volume 20 Number 1, 2005

Editorial
1. Model of scaffolding in the classroom
2. Scaffolding within a contextual framework
3. Expanding ‘talk' opportunities in the classroom
4. Rich resources of bilingual learners
5. Policy perspective on ESL teaching

Putting scaffolding to work: The contribution of scaffolding in articulating ESL education
JENNY HAMMOND and PAULINE GIBBONS

Collective instructional scaffolding in English as a Second Language classrooms
MICHAEL MICHELL and TINA SHARPE

'Becoming' in classroom talk
PAUL DUFFICY

The cultural and linguistic resources of advanced bilingual learners: A case study of four bilingual learners in a multilingual London school
CATHERINE WALLACE

English as an additional language policy: Issues of inclusive access and language learning in the mainstream
CONSTANT LEUNG

Response to Prospect issue on ‘Re-thinking ESL pedagogy'
MARY MACKEN-HORARIK

Notes on contributors (see Editorial )