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The 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners

With a Foreword by Jim Cummins
TESOL International Association Writing Team
As the number of English learners around the world soars, so does the need for quality English language instruction. TESOL International Association has furthered its ELT leadership role by defining a core set of principles for the exemplary teaching of English learners. The 6 Principles will help you make informed decisions to improve English language instruction and assessment. These foundational principles are for all educators and are applicable across different educational settings. This book features a detailed explanation of The 6 Principles, practical applications for your classroom, ideas for building a strong community of practice, and more!

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Fostering International Student Success in Higher Education
Shawna Shapiro, Raichle. Farrelly, and Zuzana Tomas
College faculty and TAs are often unfamiliar with the experiences of international students coming from non-English-speaking countries who are relatively new to the U.S context....Details

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New Ways in Teaching Grammar, Second Edition
Connie Rylance and Andrea Kevech
Unsure of how to include creativity and project-based learning in grammar lessons? The 2nd edition of this best-selling book includes updated activities and new contributions that cover a wide range of teaching techniques -- from introducing a specific grammar point to providing meaningful, contextualized practice....Details

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The 6 Principles Quick Guide: Pack of 25

TESOL International Association
What are The 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners and how should I use them? This 4-panel laminated quick guide gives an essential overview of The 6 Principles every educator needs to know. Pack includes 25 Quick Guides.

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More Than a Native Speaker: An Introduction to Teaching English Abroad, 3e
Don Snow and Maxi-Ann Campbell
Accelerate Your Journey From Novice to Skilled Teacher!!

In this newly updated Third Edition, learn step-by-step how to effectively teach English abroad. Gain valuable tips and resources for teaching in an unfamiliar educational system, working with students of varying ages and skill levels, and adapting to life in a different culture. A rich array of online resources and activities included....Details

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Beyond Repeat After Me: Teaching Pronunciation to English Learners
Marla Tritch Yoshida
This engaging text clearly presents essential concepts that teachers need to guide their students toward clearly intelligible pronunciation and more effective communication skills. Based on a sound theoretical background, the book presents practical, imaginative ways to teach and practice pronunciation that go beyond simple "Repeat after me."
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What School Leaders Need to Know About English Learners
Jan Edwards Dormer

This book equips school leaders with effective, research-based strategies and best practices to help both ESOL and content-area teachers succeed in their roles.

Includes Professional Development Guide and rich array of "Grab and Go" online resources.
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Wordless Books: So Much to Say!
Gilda Martinez-Alba and Judith Cruzado-Guerrero, Editors
Enable your students to be successful, regardless of their literacy levels. Wordless books help to develop oral language, listening, vocabulary, and so much more!

Lesson ideas in this ground breaking book are aligned with the CCSS for English Language Arts and with the TESOL Pre-K-12 English Language Proficiency Standards. Sample rubrics are included in the book and online as editable documents. ...Details

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Engaging Research: Transforming Practices for the Elementary Classroom
Judy Sharkey, Editor
What happens when practitioners and researchers work together in an elementary classroom setting? Discover the power of using engaging and informative lesson plans developed in elementary classrooms across the U.S. and backed by current research. Hear from both sides of the profession and understand how they come together for the benefit of the student....Details

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New Ways in Teaching With Music
Jean L. Arnold and Emily Herrick, Editors

New Ways in Teaching With Music shows how music can be incorporated into your lessons a way to decrease anxiety, increase motivation and retention, and invigorate both students and teachers. This book is a collection of adaptable lessons that use music as a catalyst for effective, engaging, and enjoyable language learning.



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