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Maintaining Dialogue in Remote English Classes

Jones, Holly

This week, I’ve been thinking a lot about one of our students who has disclosed to my CT (Cooperating Teacher) that she has been living on her own for the past two semesters and works full time to support herself. Due to her work schedule, she goes through periods of time when she is unable to attend classes, and other periods of time when she can. She asked my CT to reach out to her other teachers about her situation so that they know why her attendance is sporadic. I worked with this student in our afternoon classes, which my CT had decided to reserve for making up work at the end of the marking period.

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Studies in Applied Linguistics and TESOL
DOI
https://doi.org/10.52214/salt.v21i1.8389

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August 29, 2022