5 edition of Bilingual learners and the mainstream curriculum found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 297-302) and index.
|Statement||edited by Josie Levine ; with contributions by Jean Bleach ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Levine, Josie., Bleach, Jean.|
|LC Classifications||PE1128.A2 B49 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||309 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||309|
|ISBN 10||1850004943, 1850004951|
|LC Control Number||90048660|
Finally, a synthesis of the ELL literature yields concrete strategies for teaching in a mainstream classroom with English Language Learners. The English Language Learner Landscape Though ELL students bring myriad languages, cultures and personal histories to the classroom, they are typically classified as a single group. This book not only examines why a supportive school environment matters but also offers detailed, research-informed instructional strategies applicable to every class. It is must read for all teachers of English learners!"-- Maria G. Dove, Ed.D., Associate Professor and Coordinator Published On: Reviews:
The social studies curriculum poses particular challenges for ELLs because it assumes both culture-specific background knowledge and proficiency in English literacy skills. Szpara and Ahmad suggest a three-tiered approach that includes creating a socially supportive classroom, providing explicit instruction in strategies that support. ESOL as curriculum-independent and EAL as curriculum-facing is an interesting and useful distinction that we can also use to understand the adult sphere and its professional links to EAL. Mainstream adult ESOL classes in further education colleges and elsewhere are generally curriculum-independent with a primary focus on language development.
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It argues this as a central requirement for achieving a fair curriculum in a multicultural society. Another reason for bilingual learners to become isolated is racism. The Swann Report was put in place for bilingual learners to join mainstream schools because the government felt that educating them in separate centres could lead to racism, however it did not anticipate that the students would expe rience it within the school setting as well.
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Combining translanguaging theory and sociocultural theory, the author proposes a framework for the learning and use of both foreign and heritage languages across the curriculum in mainstream schools. Cooperative learning activities promote peer interaction, which helps the development of language and the learning of concepts and content.
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Over 10 percent of students in the United States—more than million kids—are English language learners (ELLs), and the number is on the rise. Though these students do not learn differently than their native-English-speaking peers, they do have particular educational needs.
To learn about these needs—and best practices for addressing them—I interviewed a. This book describes the ways to ensure ESL learners become full members of the school community with the language and content skills they need for success.
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It offers examples of the good practice that has evolved around teaching bilingual children in the classroom. Education Week reporters cover English-language learners, bilingual education, and civil rights issues and explore the educational, policy, and social issues surrounding ELLs in.
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It argues this as a central requirement for achieving a fair curriculum in a multicultural : Paperback. bilingual education, and limited school resources, to create classrooms that are more diverse than ever.
Approximately million students identified as English language learners attended school in the U.S. pre-kinder-garten through grade 12 education system in –, representing percent of the total public school enroll.
In this excerpt from their new book English Language Learners: The Essential Guide (Scholastic, ), experts David Freeman and Yvonne Freeman share 10 simple and effective ways to support your ELL students by drawing on their first language—even if you do not speak their languages or teach in a school with a bilingual program.Situational Context of Education: A Window into the World of Bilingual Learners.
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