Classroom instruction that works with english language learners

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classroom instruction that works with english language learners

Classroom Instruction That Works with English Language Learners by Jane Hill

Language has always been the medium of instruction, but what happens when it becomes a barrier to learning? In this book, Jane Hill and Kirsten Miller take the reenergized strategies from the second edition of Classroom Instruction That Works and apply them to students in the process of acquiring English. New features in this edition include


* The Thinking Language Matrix, which aligns Blooms taxonomy with the stages of language acquisition and allows students at all levels to engage in meaningful learning.
* The Academic Language Framework, an easy-to-use tool for incorporating language-development objectives into content instruction.
* Suggestions for helping students develop oral language that leads to improved writing.
* Tips for Teaching that emphasize key points and facilitate instructional planning.

Whether your students are learning English as a second language or are native English speakers who need help with their language development, this practical, research-based book provides the guidance necessary to ensure better results for all.
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Classroom Instruction That Works with English Language Learners Book

Classroom Instruction That Works with English Language Learners, 2nd Edition

Classroom Instruction That Works with English Language Learners that works with English Language Learners A s more and more English language learners ELLs are included in mainstream classrooms, what can we do to ensure that they understand academic content and develop their English language skills? To answer this question, authors Jane D. Hill and Kathleen M. The result is Classroom Instruction That Works with English Language Learners—a comprehensive guide to helping elementary school students at all levels of English language acquisition succeed. Classroom Instruction The strategies discussed in the book include homework and practice, summarization and note taking, and use of nonlinguistic representations, among many others.

Language has always been the medium of instruction, but what happens when it becomes a barrier to learning? In this book, Jane Hill and Kirsten Miller take the reenergized strategies from the second edition of Classroom Instruction That Works and apply them to students in the process of acquiring English. New features in this edition include. Whether your students are learning English as a second language or are native English speakers who need help with their language development, this practical, research-based book provides the guidance necessary to ensure better results for all. Language has always been the medium of instruction. As teachers, our automatic use of English helps us to create or produce something new for students. We can create stories, produce explanations, construct meaning when we read, and help students make meaningful connections—all just by opening our mouths.

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