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19-01-2010

Scaffolding in an ESL Class Consisting of Learners from Various

Background: Contribution from Teacher

Sidiky Diarassouba

University of Cocody

Literature in SLA (Second Language Acquisition) is more than ever concerned

with tasks in the English as a Second Language (ESL)/English as a Foreign Language

(EFL) classroom, as can attest the impressive number of researchers and practitioners

who have shown a keen interest in the issues, Swales (1990), in quite an extensive way,

Crookes (1986), Candlin (1987), Long (1985), Nunan (1989 & 1993), Prabhu (1987),

Rost (1990). According to Pica, Kanagy, & Falodun (1993), in spite of the wide range of

perspectives, the most encompassing idea is that a task has a goal whose attainment is

made possible by the actual and active participation of learners in an activity directed

toward the realization of the task.

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