A “Complicated Conversation” with the Canadian Language Benchmarks

Douglas Fleming


This paper examines the Canadian Language Benchmarks within the context of national second language programming. Findings from a qualitative study of veteran ESL teachers describe how students and teachers can view documents such as these as “complicated conversations” in contrast to process models currently dominant, especially in regards to the determination of cultural content.

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