Teaching English as a Second Language: A Resource Guide

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Taylor & Francis, 1994 - Education - 219 pages
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Bibliographic essays identify, describe, and evaluate resources on the theory and practice of teaching English as a second language. Includes such new research areas as ESL literacy, cultural literacy, thinking in a second language, and pragmatic writing. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portlan
 

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Contents

LINGUISTIC FOUNDATIONS FOR TEACHING
3
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
33
CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN THE
53
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
65
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE ACROSS
87
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
109
APPROACHES TO SECOND LANGUAGE
117
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
131
THE DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH LITERACY
147
TEACHING ESL IN SPECIAL EDUCATION
169
TEACHERS
187
RESOURCES FOR ESL EDUCATORS
201
AUTHOR INDEX
209
SUBJECT INDEX
217
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Angela L. Carrasquillo is a professor of TESOL and Bilingual Education at Fordham University Graduate School of Education. She is nationally known in the area of second language and bilingual education and has published extensively on these areas. Her books include Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (Garland, 1994) and Parents and School (with L. London, Garland, 1993).