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  • Review of Clark (2019): Developing language and literacy in English across the secondary school curriculum: An inclusive approach & Gebhard (2019): Teaching and researching ELLs’ disciplinary literacies: Systemic functional linguistics in action in the context of U.S. school reform & Harman (2018): Bilingual learners and social equity: Critical approaches to systemic functional linguistics & Tajino (2018): A new approach to English pedagogical grammar: The order of meanings

  • Author(s): Anne McCabe1ORCID icon
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  • Source: Language, Context and Text, Volume 4, Issue 1, Apr 2022, p. 182 - 196
  • DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/langct.00039.mcc
    • Received: 07 Jun 2021
    • Accepted: 23 Sept 2021
    • Version of Record published : 06 Apr 2022

Abstract

This article reviews Developing language and literacy in English across the secondary school curriculum: An inclusive approachTeaching and researching ELLs’ disciplinary literacies: Systemic functional linguistics in action in the context of U.S. school reformBilingual learners and social equity: Critical approaches to systemic functional linguisticsA new approach to English pedagogical grammar: The order of meanings

 

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