Copublished with TESOL Press
College faculty and TAs are often unfamiliar with the experiences of international students coming from non-English-speaking countries who are relatively new to the U.S context. This book enlightens readers to some of the international students' needs using quotes, anecdotes, and reflection questions as well as specific strategies, resources, and activities that serve as tools for responding to common instructional challenges.
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“[T]his book is a highly readable volume that presents solid, classroom-tested ideas for student engagement and learning in a concise and accessible manner. The advice contained in its pages will be informative for many faculty and staff members who hope to better integrate and support the international students on their campuses." —Rachel Sherman Johnson, PhD Candidate, Comparative and International Development Education, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (USA), Journal of International Students
"Through its accessible and personalized presentation of content and materials, this book’s promotion of inclusion and empowerment for both international students and their instructors creates an ideal stage for international student advocacy to occur at an institution-wide level. Not only would the text be ideal for instructors of all disciplines who are working with this demographic for the first time, but it also offers all English as Second Language (ESL) professionals the opportunity to serve as advocates for international students both inside and outside the classroom." —Kimberly Specht, Eastern Michigan University
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