Teaching Language Arts to English Language Learners

ISBN-10: 0415639786

ISBN-13: 9780415639781

Edition: 2nd 2010 (Revised)

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This thoroughly revised and updated edition of Teaching Language Arts to English Language Learnersprovides readers with the comprehensive understanding of both the challenges that face ELLs and ways in which educators might address them in the language arts classroom. The authors offer proven techniques that teachers can readily use to teach reading, writing, grammar, and vocabulary as well as speaking, listening, and viewing skills. A complete section is also devoted to ways teachers can integrate all five strands of the language arts curriculum into a comprehensive unit of study with meaningful accommodations for ELLs. An annotated list of web and print resources completes the volume, making this a valuable reference for language arts teachers to meet the challenges of including all learners in effective instruction.New features to this edition include:An updated and streamlined Part 1, which provides an essential overview of ELL theory in a language arts specific context. Additional practical examples of language arts exercises, all of which are closely aligned with the Common Core State Standards.New pedagogical elements in Part 3, including tips on harnessing new technologies, discussion questions and reflection points.Updates to the web and print resources in Part 4
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Book details

Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 3/11/2013
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 232
Size: 7.00" wide x 9.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.946
Language: English

List of Figures
List of Tables
Series Introduction
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Your English Language Learner
Orientation
Demographic Information about English Learners
English Learners and Academic Achievement
Principles of Instruction for Second Language Acquisition
Ensure that Learners Develop both a Rich Repertoire of Formulaic Expressions and Rule-Based Competence
Ensure that ELLs Focus Predominantly on Meaning
Ensure that Learners also Focus on Form
Develop Implicit Knowledge of the Second Language without Neglecting Explicit Knowledge
Take into Account the Learner's Built-in Syllabus
Utilize Extensive Second Language Input
Provide Opportunities for Output
Provide Opportunity to Interact in the Second Language
Take Account of Individual Differences in Learners
Examine Free as well as Controlled Production when Assessing Learners' Second Language Proficiency
Practice Culturally Responsive Teaching
Set High Standards for all Students
ESOL Program Models
English as a Second Language instruction (ESL)
Sheltered English Instruction (SEI)
Newcomer Programs
Transitional Bilingual Education (TBE)
Developmental Bilingual Education Programs (DBE)
Dual Language Programs
Bilingual Immersion Programs
Heritage Language Programs
Fostering Parent Involvement
Title III Requirements for Parental Involvement
Barriers to and Suggested Solutions for Parental Involvement
Principles of English / Language Arts Teaching and Learning
English / Language Arts-Focused ESOL Research
Students' Native Language
Talk and Interaction
Emphasis on Students' Experiences
Text Selection
Instructional Conversations
Literature Study Groups
Cognitive Strategies
Teaching Strategies
Writing Instruction
Assessment
Conclusion
English Language Learners and the Common Core State Standards
Overview of the Standards
English Language Proficiency and the Standards
Recommendations for Teaching ELLs and the Standards
Assessment
Conclusion and Implications
Teaching English / Language Arts
Introduction
Reading Strategies
Steps to Introduce Reading Strategies
Reading Surveys (Levels 1-4)
Understanding the Organizational Structure of a Text (Levels 3 and 4)
Using Graphic Organizers (Levels 1-4)
Text Features (Levels 2-4)
Anticipation Guides (Levels 1-4)
Concept Maps (Levels 1-4)
Author's Promise (Levels 1-4)
Predicting and Confirming Activity (Levels 1-4)
Talking to the Text (Levels 2-4)
Double Entry Journals (Levels 2-4)
Literature Circles (Levels 2-4)
Directed Reading Sequence: Summarizing, Identifying Main Ideas and Details (Levels 2-4)
Story Map (Levels 1-4)
Character Maps and Charts (Levels 1-4)
Dramatic Tableaux (Levels 1-4)
Children's Information Picture Books (Levels 1-4)
CRITICS: Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion
PIE and Point of View Comic Strips
Discussion Questions for Reading Strategies
Reading Literature
Making Classic Works of Literature More Accessible (Levels 1-4)
Updating the Classics (Levels 1-4)
Using Adolescent Literature as a Bridge to the Classics (Levels 3 and 4)
Using Adolescent Literature to Make Textual Connections (Levels 3 and 4)
Using Adolescent Literature to Introduce the Language of Literature (Levels 2-4)
Paideia Seminar (Levels 1-4)
Close Readings (Levels 1-4)
Creating Timelines as a During-reading Activity (Levels 1-4)
Discussion Questions
Writing
Writing with Magnetic Poetry (Levels 1-4)
Word Choice + Audience = Voice (Levels 2-4)
Integrating Textual Support (Levels 2-4)
Organizing Academic Writing (Levels 2-4)
Composing with Computers (Levels 1-4)
Contrastive Rhetoric (Levels 2-4)
Read-Around-Groups or RAGs (Levels 2-4)
Discussion Questions
Grammar
Grammar from Nursery Rhymes to Hip Hop (Levels 1-4)
Studying Parts of Speech with Artwork (Levels 1-4)
Sentence Combining (Levels 2-4)
Grammar in LEGO LAND (Levels 1-4)
Imitating our Favorites (Levels 3 and 4)
Preparing Students to Write Research Reports (Levels 1-4)
Examining One Sentence Closely (Levels 2-4)
Discussion Questions
Vocabulary Development
Types of Vocabulary
Word Knowledge Check (Levels 1-4)
Fostering Word Consciousness (Levels 1-4)
Helping Webster Become Bilingual
Word Walls (Levels 1-4)
Cognates (Levels 1-4)
Draw the Word: Visual Representations (Levels 1-4)
Semantic Maps (Levels 1-4)
Vocabulary Squares (Levels 1-4)
Words in Context (Levels 1-4)
Vocabulary Bookmarks (Levels 3 and 4)
Vocabulary Charades (Levels 1-4)
Vocabulary Bingo (Levels 1-4)
Wide Reading and Reading Aloud (Levels 1-4)
Dictionaries (Levels 1-4)
Discussion Questions
Speaking and Listening
Introduction
Creating Language-Teaching Opportunities (Levels 1-4)
Jazz Chants (Levels 1-4)
Using Music in ELA (Levels 1-4)
Teaching Conditionals and Promises with Napoleon Dynamite (Levels 1-4)
Role Play with TV Commercials (Levels 1-4)
Connecting Story Telling and Literature (Levels 1-4)
What's in the Bag? (Levels 1-4)
Watch, Role play, Improvise (Levels 1-4)
Fumble Rules (Levels 1-4)
Multiple-Choice Questions (Levels 1-4)
Puns: Explain, Complete, Construct (Levels 3 and 4)
Oral Presentation of a Poem (Levels 1-4)
Showing Films (Levels 1-4)
Class Discussions Using Small Groups (Levels 1-4)
Total Physical Response (TPR) (Levels 1-4)
Readers' Theatre (Levels 1-4)
Discussion Questions
Technology in the English Language Arts Classroom
Introduction
Using Blogs in ELA Classrooms (Levels 1-4)
Using Social Networking Sites in ELA Classrooms (Levels 1-4)
Using Wikis in ELA Classrooms (Levels 1-4)
Using an Electronic Text Corpus (Levels 1-4)
Using Video-Sharing Sites (Levels 1-4)
E-Portfolios in ELA Classrooms (Levels 1-4)
Podcasting for ELLs (Levels 1-4)
Conclusion
Discussion Questions
Developing a Unit of Study for a Complete Work
Thematic Units
The Unit Rationale
Unit Goals
Assessment
Lessons and Activities
Concluding Remarks
Discussion Questions
Resources
Internet Resources for Teachers
Professional Organizations and Journals
Research Centers and Institutes
Classroom Teaching Resources
Culturally Responsive Teaching
Clipart and Images
Literature for Teachers
Best Practice in ELL Instruction
Cultural Information
Teachers' Manuals and Guides
Apps
Internet Resources for ELLs
Online Dictionaries
Dictionaries
Online Translation Services
Internet Sites: English Language Support
Audio-Visual Materials
Glossary
References
Index
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