Learner Agency and Academic Discourse in a Sheltered-Immersion Mathematics Class

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Students and teachers alike commonly view mathematics as an objective discipline to be learned through rote memorization. Daniel Ginsberg suggests the classroom should also provide opportunities for second-language learners to be socialized to academic discourse.

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