Dialects, Englishes, Creoles, and Education (ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional Series), Nero ed., 2005, 1st/1st, ln-pb

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Dialects, Englishes, Creoles, and Education (ESL & Applied Linguistics Professional Series) edited by Shondel J. Nero.  Editor inscribed on title page “To Clover, In celebration of language and diversity.  Best, Shondel”.  Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, New Jersey (U.S.A.), 2005.  Full Number Line.  314p.  6.00×9.00x.60.  Black and gray paper wrappers with black titles. Softcover in LIKE NEW condition. Clean, unmarked text.  Light wear to exterior.  Tightly bound, with smooth back strip.  

An invaluable reference for educators, researchers, and students in the fields of TESOL, applied linguistics, English, and literacy and language education.  Key points at each chapter’s beginning and chapter-end questions.  Promotes diversity in linguistic teaching strategies by highlighting the subtle differences among nonstandard English speakers, showing them in the context of their cultural identities.

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DIALECTS, ENGLISHES, CREOLES, AND EDUCATION (ESL & Linguistics Pro ENGLISHES, CREOLES, AND EDUCATION (ESL & Linguistics Professional Series), edited by Shondel J. Nero. Editor INSCRIBED on title page "To Clover, In celebration of language and diversity. Best, Shondel". Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah, New Jersey (U.S.A.), 2005. Full Number Line. v – xxii + 314. 6.00×9.00x.60. Black and gray paper wrappers with black titles. Softcover in LIKE NEW condition. Clean, unmarked text. Light wear to exterior, Tightly bound, with smooth back strip. Invaluable reference for educators, researchers, and students in the fields of TESOL, applied linguistics, English, and literacy and language education. Key points at each chapter's beginning and chapter-end questions. Promotes diversity in linguistic teaching strategies by highlighting the subtle differences among nonstandard English speakers, showing them in context of their cultural identities.