Jim Cummins

Education University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada 
Second language acquisition, second language teaching
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Koh PW, Chen X, Cummins J, et al. (2017) Literacy Outcomes of a Chinese / English Bilingual Program in Ontario Canadian Modern Language Review-Revue Canadienne Des Langues Vivantes. 73: 343-367
Cummins J. (2017) Teaching Minoritized Students: Are Additive Approaches Legitimate? Harvard Educational Review. 87: 404-425
Li J, Cummins J, Deng Q. (2017) The effectiveness of texting to enhance academic vocabulary learning: English language learners’ perspective Computer Assisted Language Learning. 30: 816-843
Lee K, Ardeshiri M, Cummins J. (2016) A computer-assisted multiliteracies programme as an alternative approach to EFL instruction Technology, Pedagogy and Education. 25: 595-612
Cummins J. (2016) Reflections on Cummins (1980), “The Cross‐Lingual Dimensions of Language Proficiency: Implications for Bilingual Education and the Optimal Age Issue.” Tesol Quarterly. 50: 940-944
Cummins J. (2015) Where Immigrant Students Succeed: A Comparative Review of Performance and Engagement in PISA 2003 (Petra Stanat & Gayle Christensen, eds., 2006) Curriculum Inquiry. 38: 493-497
Jang EE, Cummins J, Wagner M, et al. (2015) Investigating the homogeneity and distinguishability of STEP proficiency descriptors in assessing English language learners in ontario schools Language Assessment Quarterly. 12: 87-109
Cummins J. (2015) Intercultural education and academic achievement: a framework for school-based policies in multilingual schools Intercultural Education. 26: 455-468
Cummins J. (2015) How to reverse a legacy of exclusion? Identifying high-impact educational responses Language and Education. 29: 272-279
Cummins J. (2015) Identities in motion: Rethinking teacher-student identity negotiation in multilingual school contexts Australian Review of Applied Linguistics. 38: 99-105
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