English as a second language and English literacy development

the Ontario curriculum, grades 9 to 12, 1999. by Ontario. Ministry of Education.

Publisher: The Ministry in [Toronto, ON]

Written in English
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  • English language -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- Foreign speakers -- Ontario.,
  • English language -- Remedial teaching -- Ontario.,
  • Literacy -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- Ontario.,
  • Education, Secondary -- Ontario -- Curricula.

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Other titlesOntario curriculum, grades 9 to 12 :
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Pagination72 p.
Number of Pages72
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ISBN 100777883384

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