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Friday, November 17, 2006 

An Educational Approach into the Relations between Language and Literacy in the Trinidadian Context
Now turning to the ever growing prospects in open educational resources, this module by Barbara Joseph was developed for teachers in Trinidad & Tobago to address the various facets of language, communication and literacy.

This open course explores three components in the relations between language and teaching, and the Trinidadian settings, and how processes in experiential learning could help educators adapt curriculums, and make analytical sense of these dynamics in regards to concepts and theories.

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