by Linda EvansDo you have ESL/ELL students in your mainstream classroom? Mainstream teachers have an awesome responsibility. Demographically, the traditional classroom has changed. Teachers are expected to teach their content area while simultaneously addressing the needs of students who are not proficient in English language. Here is your complete guide for building background knowledge into your lessons. You will discover how easy it is to: Feel successful now, even if you don't speak the language of your students. Have solutions at your fingertips. Save time by building background first. Read a tip and confidently walk into the next class and use it. Linda Evans is a trusted expert on the topic of engaging ESL and ELL students. "Ms. Evans presents extremely effective ways to engage students in learning language, whether they are learning a new language or expanding an existing language. All teachers can use this book," says Mary Louise Sena, Ph.D., Albuquerque, New Mexico. "Linda's book should be included in every teacher induction program in every school of education because it is filled with easy-to-use strategies that make sense," says Danielle D'Avirro, 8th Grade English Language Arts, North Syracuse, New York. "Building Background is the missing piece we've needed to activate creative communication with English Language Learners," says Audrey Szewc, 6th Grade Math Teacher, Las Vegas, Nevada. The powerful linking tools in this book have helped thousands of mainstream teachers to be proactive in their diverse classrooms! You can learn more at www.EngagingESLStudents.com.
|Title||Engaging ESL Students|
|eBook format||Paperback, (torrent)|
|Publisher||Soar with Eagles|
|File size||1.8 Mb|
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