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The 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners®: Adult Education and Workforce Development
Andrea B. Hellman, Kathy Harris, Amea Wilbur, Authors and Deborah J. Short, Series Editor
This second book in The 6 Principles series is aimed at teachers of adult English learners who have general educational goals at their current life stage. These students need English for a job or for career training opportunities; they may be immigrants, migrants, guest workers, or refugees. Most likely, they are at the beginning and intermediate stages of building their functional language skills in English. The teaching applications featured apply to teaching adult learners worldwide....Details

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The 6 Principles® Quick Guide for Paraeducators

TESOL International Association
In most K-12 educational settings, English learners spend only part of their day with their English teacher but spend many hours with grade-level or content teachers. This Quick Guide is designed as an easily referenceable professional development tool to support paraeducators in their critical role supporting English learners. ...Details

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Creating Visually Effective Materials for English Learners
Gabriela Kleckova and Pavel Svejda
This ebook is designed to help meet the needs of TESOL professionals in the areas of visual literacy and communication inside and outside ESOL classrooms. It includes practical ideas for writers and teachers and shows how TESOL practitioners can make their own materials more accessible and appealing to their learners and other audiences....Details

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Supporting English Learners with Exceptional Needs
Patricia Rice Doran and Amy K. Noggle With Heather Wayson Wilson, June Lucas Zillich, and Gregory Knollman
Educators working with English learners face challenges beyond teaching academic content in languages new to the students. This book provides a discussion of strengths-based and deficit-based mindsets, collaborative problem-solving, and universal supports for curriculum access....Details

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Engaging Research: Transforming Practices for the High School Classroom
Mary Amanda Stewart and Holly Hansen-Thomas, Editors
Practice has long been informed by research, but what happens when practitioners and researchers actually work together in a high school classroom setting? Discover the ways teachers and researchers apply up-to-date TESOL research to meet both content and language acquisition criteria while also affirming students’ cultural knowledge, life experiences, and language abilities....Details

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Navigating the Intercultural Classroom

Tuula Lindholm and Johanne Mednick Myles
With a Foreword by Darla K. Deardorff, Duke University

This book goes beyond theoretical discussions to provide concrete methods for integrating intercultural communicative competence into the language classroom through its inclusion of practical examples, engaging activities, and real-life case studies.

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Reflection-As- Action in ELT
Thomas S. C. Farrell
Operationalize reflective practice with an approach designed for the field of TESOL. This book offers a new framework using a holistic and comprehensive approach and includes spiritual, moral, and emotional noncognitive aspects. This easy-to-navigate book is organized by the five stages of the reflection framework. ...Details

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Task-Based Language Teaching
Farahnaz Faez and Parvaneh Tavakoli
This teacher-friendly guide to understanding and implementing task-based language teaching (TBLT) provides a brief and clear introduction to the key elements of TBLT and highlights practical guidelines for teachers. Learn the structure of a task-based curriculum, how to evaluate tasks, and how to set assessment goals. Finally, reflect on the strengths and challenges of implementing TBLT and see if it could work for your classroom!...Details

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New Ways in Teaching Speaking, Second Edition
Julie Vorholt, Editor

New Ways in Teaching Speaking, Second Edition includes more than 100 new activities for all proficiency levels and all ages. Learn how to incorporate technology tools to improve speaking skills while utilizing digital literacy skills. The new career-focused activities connect to work in business, law, and more. Readers can also access over 40 online appendices with detailed, ready-to-print resources for teachers, such as rubrics, handouts, and more.

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Project-Based Learning
Erin Knoche Laverick
Challenge your students and create a collaborative classroom environment with project-based learning. Explore the benefits of using project-based learning with English language learners and learn techniques for every step of the lesson, from rubric design to assessments and reflection. Discover how to create an enriching teaching and learning experience for you and your students!...Details

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Teaching English for Specific Purposes
Vander Viana, Ana Bocorny, and Simone Sarmento
Be specific! Enhance students' language skills in a particular area to help them reach their goals. Learn the different types of ESP, various materials that can be incorporated into a course, and the roles of teachers and students. Read about four key topics within ESP: needs analysis, genre, specialized vocabulary, and corpus linguistics....Details

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