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Teaching English Language and Content in Mainstream Classes: One Class, Many Paths, 2nd edition

  • Linda New Levine
  • Mary Lou McCloskey

Published by Pearson (April 24th 2012) - Copyright © 2013

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Teaching English Language and Content in Mainstream Classes: One Class, Many Paths (2-downloads)

ISBN-13: 9780133015317

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Table of contents

Chapter 1 Principles of Integrated Language Teaching and Learning

    Activity-Based Language Teaching and Learning Communicative Teaching and Learning

Chapter 2 Language Acquisition and Language Learning in the Classroom

    What Do We Know about First Language Acquisition?

    What Is the Nature of the First Language Environment?

    How Do Acquisition and Learning Differ?

    What Are Factors Affecting Language Acquisition in the Classroom?

    What Strategies Do ELLs Use to Acquire Languages?

    What Are the Characteristics of a Culturally and Linguistically

    Appropriate Response to Intervention (RTI) Model?

    What Are the Characteristics of an Effective Classroom Environment for ELLs?

    What Are the Characteristics of Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Tier 1 Instruction for ELLs?

    What Are the Characteristics of Culturally and Linguistically Appropriate Tier 2 Instruction for ELLs?

Chapter 3 Culturally Responsive Instruction: Connecting with Home Culture

    Culturally Responsive Instruction

    What Are the Features of Culturally Responsive Instruction?

    How Do Teachers Connect to The Homes and Families of Their Students?

    How Can the School Community Support the Education of English Language Learners?

    How Can the Community Outside the School Support the Education of ELLs?

    How Does a Culturally Responsive Classroom Connect to Students’ Cultures, Languages, and Family in an RTI Model?

Chapter 4 Organizing the Classroom for Language Learning

    First Things First: Feeling Ready to Learn

    Organizing the Physical Environment to Promote Language Learning

    Organizing the Classroom Social Environment to Promote Language Learning

    English Language Instructional Programs

    Organizing Instruction to Promote Language Learning

Chapter 5 Strategies for Oral Language Development

    Conditions for Oral Language Learning

    Academic Language Learning

    Oral Language Development

    Stages of Oral Language Development

    Teacher Tools for Oral Language Development

    Assessing Oral Language Development

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