- viii, 127 pages : color illustrations ; 25 cm.
- Additional Authors
- Harper, Helen,
- Corporate Author
- Primary English Teaching Association (Australia)
- "117"--cover.1. Introduction -- 2. Effective pedagogy for educationally marginalised students -- 3. The world of science and its powerful language -- 4. Introducing scaffolding -- 5. Introducing focus texts -- 6. The macro-scaffold: designing a teaching and learning sequence -- 7. The micro-scaffold: purposeful classroom dialogue -- 8. Lens 1: sharing the purpose of activities -- 9. Lens 2. using classroom interactions for inclusion -- 10. Lens 3: building academic meaning -- 11. Assessing science through language -- 12. Transferring and adopting scaffolding pedagogy to other learning areas -- Appendix.Includes bibliographical references and index.Teaching with Intent: Scaffolding academic language with marginalised students is the result of the latest PETAA Research GrantThis important publication presents a powerful approach to scaffolding academic language. The authors use the discipline of science to demonstrate how language is a central pedagogic tool for intentional teaching and learning. Teachers are guided through the complete process in a clear and accessible style.