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Communication goal: Meaning making through a whole language approach. In Collaborations: Meeting New Goals, New Realities 

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Adair-Hauck, B. & Cumo-Johanssen, P. (1997). Communication goal: Meaning making through a whole language approach . In Phillips, J. K. (Ed.), Collaborations: Meeting New Goals, New Realities. (pp. 35-96). Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Company.

This chapter presents qualitative classroom research on integration of the Communications standard, using the PACE (Presentation, Attention, Co-Construct an explanation, Extension activity) model. The researchers compare both student interaction and language production in a class taught with an emphasis on grammatical forms, to a class taught following the PACE model. Students taught using the PACE model learned to communicate on an interpersonal level, gaining discourse, sociolinguistic, and strategic competence. This chapter would be of interest to language teachers and those studying pedagogical theory.

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Subtitle:Collaborations: Meeting New Goals, New Realities
Author(s):Adair-Hauck, B. & Cumo-Johanssen, P.
Publisher:National Textbook Company
Publication Date(s):1/1/1997
Volume:Lincolnwood, IL
ISBN:Phillips, J. K.
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