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Civic Education Volume



The Civic Education volume is designed specifically for language teachers who are turning toward content-based instruction to promote content learning and language learning in their classes. Through the exploration of topics related to civic education, language teachers can help their students master English and simultaneously become more knowledgeable citizens of the world. The combination of improved language skills and increased knowledge can enhance students' studies, work, and ability to become more active and conscientious participants in their communities.

The primary author for this volume is Dr. Fredricka Stoller.

Fredricka L. Stoller is Associate Professor of English at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, Arizona, where she teaches in the Teaching Englishas a Second Language (TESL) and Applied Linguistics graduate programs. Her professional interests include content-based instruction, languageteaching methodology, curriculum design, materials development, and program administration. She has published numerous articles in the English Teaching Forum and has published in the TESOL Journal, Applied Linguistics, and Applied Language Learning. She co-edited a volume entitled A Handbook for Language Program Administrators (with Alta Book Center) and co-authored a reading text for developing readers entitled Javier Arrives in the US (Prentice Hall Regents). She has trained EFL teachers and language program administrators in many parts of the world including Bolivia, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Italy, Mexico, Morocco, Panama, Poland, Slokavia, and Tunisia. She is an active member of international TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages).

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