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Making Mixed Ability Language Classes Really Work: A Report on the 1996 LTANT Conference
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Babel: Australia Volume 31, Number 3,

Abstract

Summarizes the important workshops of the 1996 Language Teachers Association of the Northern Territory, Australia. One workshop suggests that every individual possesses a unique blend of seven intelligences. Three others focus on catering to a range of learners through the provision of multimedia tasks, by self-directed learning and through collaborative group work, respectively. (Author/CK)

Citation

Northcote, R. (1996). Making Mixed Ability Language Classes Really Work: A Report on the 1996 LTANT Conference. Babel: Australia, 31(3), 20-23. Retrieved October 7, 2022 from .

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