Supporting Newcomer Students: Advocacy and Instruction for English LearnersCopublished with Norton Professional BooksKatharine Davies Samway, Lucinda Pease-Alvarez, and Laura Alvarez
In this much-needed book, the authors marshal research
and several decades of their own experience to provide
instructional practices and activities that will help teachers
develop newcomers as readers and writers of English and
engage them in content learning across the curriculum.
Equally important, they show how teachers can advocate for
these vulnerable students, many of whom have experienced multiple challenges in
their home countries or in the United States, including poverty, violence, and political
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Teacher Leadership for School-Wide English Learning (SWEL)Michelle Benegas and Amy Stolpestad
The Teacher Leader Guide for School-Wide English Learning provides a roadmap for capitalizing on the often untapped language expertise of ESL teachers....DetailsAll Available Formats
The 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners®: Academic and Specific PurposesSherry Blok, Robyn Brinks Lockwood, Evan Frendo, Authors, with Georgios Vlasios KormpasDeborah J. Short, Series EditorThis newest volume in the groundbreaking 6 Principles series focuses on English for Specific Purposes (ESP) and how it plays a critical role internationally as adult learners acquire English for study, work, and life. The field of ESP has come into increasing prominence as globalization has motivated adult learners to advance their English language skills....DetailsAll Available Formats
New Ways in Teaching with GamesUlugbek Nurmukhamedov and Randall Sadler, EditorsThis new volume in the best-selling New Ways series offers at-a-glance activities that involve play and games that can enrich classrooms in both EFL and ESL contexts, and can be used with both adult and young English learners worldwide.
Video instructions are included for each activity!...DetailsAll Available Formats
Teaching Speaking, Revised EditionTasha Bleistein, Melissa K. Smith, and Marilyn Lewis
To meet the needs of students, teachers of oral English have three main tasks: find out all they can about how speaking works, look for ways to introduce their classes to the language of conversation, and provide students with opportunities to practice speaking English.
Teaching Reading, Revised EditionRichard Day
Teaching Reading uncovers the interactive processes that happen when people learn to read and translates them into a comprehensive easy-to-follow guide on how to teach reading.
Teaching Listening, Revised EditionEkaterina Nemtchinova
Presenting up-to-date research and theoretical issues associated with second language listening, Nemtchinova explains how these new findings inform everyday teaching and offers practical suggestions for classroom instruction.
Teaching Grammar, Revised EditionWilliam J. Crawford
This easy-to-follow guide defines grammar, shows corpus linguistics as a useful tool, covers basic grammar research, and addresses important components of teaching grammar.
Teaching Pronunciation, Revised EditionJohn Murphy
Murphy provides a comprehensive overview of teaching pronunciation with a focus on thought groups and prominence.
Teaching Writing, Revised EditionZuzana Tomas, Ilka Kostka, and Jennifer A. Mott-Smith
The authors of Teaching Writing draw on their years of teaching and their knowledge of theory and research to present major concepts in teaching L2 writing.
Reflective Teaching, Revised EditionThomas S.C. Farrell
Thomas Farrell's Reflective Teaching outlines principles that take teachers from just doing reflection to making it a way of being.
New Ways in Teaching with Creative Writing
Patrick T. Randolph and Joseph Ruppert, EditorsThis New Ways book offers over 95 activities that will help your
learners develop their use and knowledge of vocabulary and
sentence structure, and will nurture their overall craft of writing
with a sense of intrigue, comfort, and confidence....DetailsAll Available Formats