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AEMPAssociation of Equipment Management Professionals
AEMPAcademic English Mastery Program (California)
AEMPAudio Engineering and Music Production (various schools)
AEMPAsociación Española de Agencias de Marketing Promocional (Spanish Association of Agencies of Promotional Marketing)
AEMPAdvanced English for Migrants Program
AEMPAdvanced Electronic Materials Processing
AEMPAshtabula Environmental Management Project (Ohio)
AEMPAssociation des Etudiants en Mécanique de Poitiers (French: Association of the Students in Mechanics of Poitiers)
AEMPArizona Elks Major Project (Sierra Vista, Arizona)
AEMPAerospace Executive Management Program
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developed the Academic English Mastery Program 11 years ago to address the needs of students who speak African-American Vernacular English, Mexican-American "Chicano" English, "Hawaiian Pidgin" English and Native American English.
The Academic English Mastery Program (AEMP) is a comprehensive non-standard language awareness program in Los Angeles designed to serve the language needs of African American, Mexican American, Hawaiian American, and Native American students who are not proficient in Standard American English (SAE).
In that study, the Academic English Mastery Program students outperformed a control group of students on the Language Assessment Measure, a test designed specifically for African American Language speakers.
Key strategies used by the Academic English Mastery Program teachers made the difference for these students.
It is important to note that Linguistic Awareness is the most crucial focus area as it embodies one of the main tenets of the Academic English Mastery Program. The strategy of demonstrating knowledge of non-standard languages, their system of rules, sounds and meanings was used by some of the teachers.
All of the Academic English Mastery Program teachers in the study used classroom libraries that included culturally conscious literature, magazines, and newspapers that reflected the students' home life and personal interest.
The Academic English Mastery Program teachers demonstrated that use of all six-focus areas in a consistent, quality matter could bring about improvements in writing.
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