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Schoolwide Approaches To Educating Ells

Author : Sonia W. Soltero
ISBN : 0325029229
Genre : Education
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"Powerful examples from real schools, students, and their families provide a background for the research-based and theoretically sound suggestions Soltero provides to help teachers and administrators implement best practices with their second language students." -David and Yvonne Freeman, authors of Between Worlds, Third Edition The make-up of students in K-12 classrooms across the U.S. have become increasingly diverse and a multi-pronged and multi-level approach is needed to address the education challenges faced by today's ELLs, their teachers, and the school leaders who guide them. Sonia Soltero can help with: real-life examples of students, parents, teachers, school leaders, and community organizers that illustrate schoolwide challenges and successes identification of 9 common myths surrounding second language acquisition and best practices for overcoming them schoolwide curricular planning and program design for a holistic and integrative approach including needs assessment and implementation effective classroom instruction and learning practices that best help ELLs' develop strong foundations in language, literacy, and content learning leadership and advocacy recommendations to improve ELL educational equity and access. A shared schoolwide responsibility for educating ELLs directly contributes to their academic success or failure. Take the necessary steps to better serve ELLs in your school with Schoolwide Approaches to Educating ELLs.

Using Understanding By Design In The Culturally And Linguistically Diverse Classroom

Author : Amy J. Heineke
ISBN : 9781416626121
Genre : Education
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How can today’s teachers, whose classrooms are more culturally and linguistically diverse than ever before, ensure that their students achieve at high levels? How can they design units and lessons that support English learners in language development and content learning—simultaneously? Authors Amy Heineke and Jay McTighe provide the answers by adding a lens on language to the widely used Understanding by Design® framework (UbD® framework) for curriculum design, which emphasizes teaching for understanding, not rote memorization. Readers will learn * the components of the UbD framework; * the fundamentals of language and language development; * how to use diversity as a valuable resource for instruction by gathering information about students’ background knowledge from home, community, and school; * how to design units and lessons that integrate language development with content learning in the form of essential knowledge and skills; and * how to assess in ways that enable language learners to reveal their academic knowledge. Student profiles, real-life classroom scenarios, and sample units and lessons provide compelling examples of how teachers in all grade levels and content areas use the UbD framework in their culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms. Combining these practical examples with findings from an extensive research base, the authors deliver a useful and authoritative guide for reaching the overarching goal: ensuring that all students have equitable access to high-quality curriculum and instruction.

Community Engagement Program Implementation And Teacher Preparation For 21st Century Education

Author : Crosby, Cathryn
ISBN : 9781522508724
Genre : Education
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Education in the 21st century has been tasked with preparing students to begin the journey towards a place in their communities in which they feel fulfilled and autonomous. Service learning is one way to introduce students to careers and knowledge that will prepare them for a successful life. Community Engagement Program Implementation and Teacher Preparation for 21st Century Education examines the many ways in which community engagement is carried out in all educational settings, from K-12 to higher education. This publication is unique in its mission to examine these topics from a holistic perspective. From online education to volunteer organizations, this book gives educators, administrators, community volunteers, and students a window into the successful deployment of such programs to prepare students for a global society.

Promoting Global Literacy Skills Through Technology Infused Teaching And Learning

Author : Keengwe, Jared
ISBN : 9781466663480
Genre : Education
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The increasing internationalization of today’s classrooms calls for learning institutions to prepare students for success in an interdependent and technologically-advanced world. Faculty who are competent in multiple 21st century skills are best equipped to engage students in curricula that are relevant, transformative, and engaging across content areas and cultures. Promoting Global Literacy Skills through Technology-Infused Teaching and Learning examines the function and role of globalization in 21st century teaching and learning, especially in light of technology integration and the need to prepare and empower global educators and global citizens respectively. Covering topics that range from social networking in linguistics to software used in engineering curricula, this premier reference work will be relevant to academicians, researchers, students, librarians, practitioners, professionals, and engineers.

Research On Preparing Inservice Teachers To Work Effectively With Emergent Bilinguals

Author : Yvonne S. Freeman
ISBN : 9781784414931
Genre : Education
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This volume includes chapters from educators across the U.S. who are preparing inservice teachers to work with emergent bilingual students in classrooms.

Breaking Through

Author : Margarita Calderon
ISBN : 9781936765379
Genre : Education
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Utilizing new research and field studies, this book provides a whole-school approach to helping English learners achieve academically while they learn English. Discover why ELs learn better when language, literacy, and subject matter are integrated, and learn how to prepare all teachers in a school to meet the needs of this growing student population.

Success In The Urban Classroom

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