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Herrell, Adrienne L
Fifty strategies for teaching English language learners / Adrienne L. Herrell
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Merrill, c2000
book jacket
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 CEHHS Curriculum Knowledge Center, Rm 265  CL 428.2 HER    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers
Physical Description xvi, 239 p. : ill. ; 28 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references
Contents Theoretical overview -- Academic language scaffolding -- Advance organizers -- Anecdotal records -- Attribute charting -- Bilingual books and labels -- Cloze activities -- Cohesion links -- Collaborative reading -- Communication games -- Cooperative learning -- Culture studies -- Dictoglos -- Free voluntary reading -- Gist -- Guided reading -- Maging -- Integrated curriculum projects -- Interactive read aloud -- Interactive writing -- Language experiences activities -- Language focus lessons -- Language framework planning -- Learning centers -- Learning strategy instruction -- Leveled questions -- Manipulative strategies -- Modeled talk -- Multimedia presentations -- Multiple intelligence strategies -- Partner work -- Peer tutoring -- Performance sampling -- Portfolio assessment predictable routines and signals -- Preview/review -- Realia strategies -- Reciprocal teaching -- Repetition and innovation -- Reporting back -- Scripting -- Shared reading -- Skills grouping -- Sorting activities -- Story re-enactment -- Syntax surgery -- Total physical response -- Visual scaffolding -- Vocabulary role play -- Word walls -- Writing workshop -- Appendix A: Informal multiple intelligences survey
Summary The focus of this practical book is on what to do in the classroom to support the learning of English language learners. This user-friendly book describes 50 effective teaching strategies to help English language learners understand content materials as they simultaneously develop their speaking, reading, writing, and listening skills. Provides a brief by thorough summary of the relevant research in language arts acquisition theory. Identifies the main theory-to-practice connections for each strategy. Includes classroom vignettes that demonstrate how the strategy can be used in different ways and at different grade levels. Introduces charts, which contain multiple suggestions for implementing strategies. For educators and school administrators
Series CEHHS Curriculum Knowledge Center

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