Fifty Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners

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Merrill, 2000 - English language - 239 pages
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The focus of this practical book is on what to do in the classroom to support the learning of English language learners. This user-friendly book describes 50 effective teaching strategies to help English language learners understand content materials as they simultaneously develop their speaking, reading, writing, and listening skills. Provides a brief by thorough summary of the relevant research in language arts acquisition theory. Identifies the main theory-to-practice connections for each strategy. Includes classroom vignettes that demonstrate how the strategy can be used in different ways and at different grade levels. Introduces charts, which contain multiple suggestions for implementing strategies. For educators and school administrators.

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This book has great tips and lessons for teaching English Language Learners! It comes with a cd shows teachers teaching lessons and how they help their ELL students. Read full review

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this time i just think that how can i read the book Read full review

Contents

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Anecdotal Records
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Attribute Charting
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About the author (2000)

Adrienne L. Herrell has recently retired from California State University, Fresno where she was a professor of reading/language arts and taught classes in early literacy, assessment, and strategies for English learners. "35 Classroom Management Strategies: Promoting Learning and Building Community "is her tenth book for Merrill/Prentice Hall. Her previous books include "Camcorder in the Classroom "with Joe Fowler, "Fifty Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners" with Michael Jordan, "Reflective Planning, Teaching, and Evaluation: K-12 "with Judy Eby and Michael Jordan, and "Teaching""Elementary School"with Judy Eby. Dr. Herrell's writing and research are built on her experiences teaching in Florida's public schools for 23 years and teaching and supervising student teachers in California for fifteen years. She and Dr. Jordan (co-author) are currently engaged in research in public schools in California and Florida. She teaches part-time for her alma mater, Florida State University in Panama City, Florida where she now resides. Michael L. Jordan has also recently retired from California State University, Fresno where he was an associate professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and taught classes in curriculum, classroom management, and social foundations. He has taught primary grades through high school in Georgia, Alabama, Florida, and California. Dr. Jordan is also an actor, musician, and former B-52 pilot. His work in live theatre is dedicated to providing access to the arts to children and youth. He and Dr. Herrell incorporate many dramatic reenactment strategies into their joint research working with English learners. This is Dr. Jordan's fifth book forMerrill/Prentice Hall.

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