Access to Academics Planning Instruction for K-12 Classrooms with ELLs

ISBN-10: 013815676X
ISBN-13: 9780138156763
Edition: 2011
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List price: $33.99
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Incorporated
Publication date: 5/23/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 224
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.836
Language: English

Joy Egbert, PhD, is Professor of ESL and Education Technology at Washington State University, Pullman. She is an award winning teacher, materials developer, and researcher. She is the author of Supporting Learning with Technology: Essentials of Classroom Practice (Pearson, 2009), CALL Essentials (TESOL, Inc, 2005), and seven other books for ESL and technology-using teachers, in addition to many other publications.Dr. Gisela Ernst-Slavit is a professor at Washington State University Vancouver. She investigates language and education in culturally and linguistically diverse settings using ethnographic and sociolinguistic perspectives. She teaches courses in ESL methods, sociolinguistics, research on second language teaching and learning, and critical issues for Latino students.

Understanding the Roles of Language and Content
Academic success: Learning the language of school
Key Issues
Cartoon ��� ELLs need to learn much more than just language
The language of school
Social language
Everyday aspects
Example of concept: What's in a name?
Intercultural aspects
Instructional aspects
Academic language
Vocabulary
Grammar/Syntax
Discourse
The BICS/CALP distinction
Connection between BICS/CALP and the language of school
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
the role of language proficiency in school
Key Issues
Language proficiency
Language domains
Receptive and productive skills
Factors influencing language proficiency
Levels of language proficiency
Starting
Emerging
Developing
Expanding
Bridging
The role of native languages and cultures
Connection between academic language and content
Language functions
Academic achievement
Communicative competence
Keys for developing academic language
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Components of Effective Lesson Design
Assessing student strengths and needs
Key Issues
Background
Understanding Needs
Collecting General Information
Language Background and Needs
Educational/Academic Background
Content Background and Knowledge
Cultural Background
Guidelines for Understanding Student Needs
Conclusion
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Writing and teaching to language objectives
Key Issues
Background
Understanding Objectives
Content objectives
Language objectives
Teaching to language objectives
Conclusion
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Connecting to students' lives
Key Issues
Background
Understanding Connections
Making personal connections
Making academic connections
Building Background Knowledge
Integrating Connections
Guidelines for Making Connections
Conclusion
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Designing Engaging Tasks
Key Issues
Background
Understanding Engaging Tasks
Elements of Tasks
Elements of Task Process
Instructional groupings
Modes
Task structure
Time and pacing
Scaffolding
Resources/Texts
Teacher/Student roles
Procedural tools
Elements of Task Product
Pedagogical Connections
Guidelines for Task Design
Conclusion
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Assessing Lessons and Students
Key Issues
Background
Understanding Assessment
Assessing Student Process and Product
Homework and Parents
Assessing Lessons
Guidelines for Assessment
Conclusion
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Designing Lessons for Academic Success
Unlocking the language of Ssience
Key Issues
National and state standards
Emphasis on inquiry and discovery learning
The role of students' languages, cultures and communities
The specialized language of science
Vocabulary
Grammar/Syntax
Discourse
Language functions
Teaching strategies for learning and talking science
Talking science: An example from the classroom
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Unlocking the language of mathematics
Key Issues
National and state standards
Emphasis on problem solving
The role of students' languages, cultures and communities
The specialized language of mathematics
Vocabulary
Grammar/Syntax
Discourse
Language functions
Teaching strategies for learning and talking mathematics
Talking math: An example from the classroom
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Unlocking the language of English language arts
Key Issues
National and state standards
Preparing students for the literacy demands of today and tomorrow
The role of students' languages, cultures and communities
Literacy and language learning: An integrated model
Texts
Processes and strategies
Systems of structure of language
Audiences
Contexts
Teaching strategies for learning language skills and literacies
Placing the learner at the center: An example from the classroom
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Unlocking the language of social studies
Key Issues
About the field of social studies
The specialized language of social studies
Grammatical features
Discourse
Strategies for teaching and learning social studies
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
Putting it all together
Key Issues
Background
Understanding the whole
Lesson examples
Adapting lessons
Guidelines for creating and adapting lessons
Extensions
For Reflection
For Action
References
Index (to be decided)

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