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Not for ESOL Teachers

Not for ESOL Teachers - 06 edition

Not for ESOL Teachers - 06 edition

ISBN13: 9780205386901

ISBN10: 0205386903

Not for ESOL Teachers by Eileen N. Whelan Ariza - ISBN 9780205386901
Edition: 06
Copyright: 2006
Publisher: Allyn & Bacon, Inc.
Published:
International: No
Not for ESOL Teachers by Eileen N. Whelan Ariza - ISBN 9780205386901

ISBN13: 9780205386901

ISBN10: 0205386903

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Summary

Distilling strategies and insights gathered over years of success, Dr. Whelan Ariza equips mainstream teachers with the background, understanding, and methods needed to teach effectively in culturally diverse classrooms. She explores several cultural groups in-depth, giving mainstream teachers an understanding of how students' cultural values are expressed in beliefs and behaviors. Understanding why students behave the way they do--and how our American cultural lens may cause misperceptions--helps teachers to respond appropriately and promotes congruity between teacher and student interaction. Building on this foundation of understanding, the author describes effective instructional practices that mainstream teachers may use to address a range of classroom scenarios, including detailed examples of how to modify curriculum for English learners with various levels of language proficiency.

Key Features:

  • Vignettes near the beginning of many chapters with authentic examples of behaviors English language learners may demonstrate in the classroom.
  • Clarification of issues and differences between bilingual instruction and teaching English learners in the mainstream classroom.
  • Assessment issues and strategies for evaluating English language learners are included throughout the book.
  • Packed with guidelines and examples of how to modify content for the English learner.
  • Questions for discussion and activities at the end of each chapter.
  • Sample assignments for the university or college classroom.
  • A detailed chart containing the National K-12 ESOL Students Standards, located in the Appendix.