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Ties together culture and language for English learners!

 

The fourth edition of this best-selling handbook brings together theories, ideas, and resources for promoting crosscultural awareness, language development, and academic progress for English language learners (ELLs).It links culture and language in a comprehensive format, providing teachers with a wealth of specific strategies and classroom examples to apply to educational practice.

 

Designed specifically for the mainstream classroom teacher, this guide clearly shows the effects of second-language acquisition on learning and presents an excellent treatment of cultural diversity and learning styles.  Given that more than two million students nationwide have limited English proficiency, there is more of a need than ever for an effective resource to help these students succeed in today’s standards-based environment.

 

New to this edition:

  • New Individualizing Instruction boxes throughout the text profile English learners with specific instructional needs, learning styles, or cultural requirements, and offer suggestions to meet those needs. 
  • Each chapter ends with opportunities for student reflection and a classroom activity to be performed with an English learner.
  • New expanded content on assessment (Chapter 7) and content-based instruction (Chapter 5) has been added.
  • Chapter 4 now includes more specific glimpses of classroom methods in use and more examples of how literacy instruction can be differentiated.
  • Chapter 8 features a deeper discussion of culture, race, and ethnicity within the classroom.
  • Chapter 9 expands upon the definition of culture and the concept that the individual is proactive during the process of accommodation.
  • A MyEducationLab interactive website (www.myeducationlab.com) includes videos, simulations, case studies, activities, and more, to help prepare students for teaching careers.

    To order this book WITH MyEducationLab, use either

    Book News Annotation:

    The fourth edition of Daz-Rico and Weed's (both California State U., San Bernardino) resource text offers preservice and inservice mainstream K-12 teachers a variety of specific strategies and classroom examples for working with English language learners. The new edition features expanded "Adapted Instruction" tips for applying concepts of language development, differentiated instruction, and intercultural education to specific classroom contexts; new chapter endings suggesting student reflection and classroom activities; expanded content on assessment and content-based instruction; more specific examples of classroom methods in use and more examples of differentiating literacy instruction; more in-depth discussion of culture, race, and ethnicity within the classroom; expanded discussion of the concept that the individual is proactive during the process of accommodation; and a new companion interactive website with videos, simulations, case studies, and activities. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

    Synopsis:

    Ties together culture and language for English learners!

     

    The fourth edition of this best-selling handbook brings together theories, ideas, and resources for promoting crosscultural awareness, language development, and academic progress for English language learners (ELLs).It links culture and language in a comprehensive format, providing teachers with a wealth of specific strategies and classroom examples to apply to educational practice.

     

    Designed specifically for the mainstream classroom teacher, this guide clearly shows the effects of second-language acquisition on learning and presents an excellent treatment of cultural diversity and learning styles.  Given that more than two million students nationwide have limited English proficiency, there is more of a need than ever for an effective resource to help these students succeed in today’s standards-based environment.

     

    New to this edition:

    • New Individualizing Instruction boxes throughout the text profile English learners with specific instructional needs, learning styles, or cultural requirements, and offer suggestions to meet those needs. 
    • Each chapter ends with opportunities for student reflection and a classroom activity to be performed with an English learner.
    • New expanded content on assessment (Chapter 7) and content-based instruction (Chapter 5) has been added.
    • Chapter 4 now includes more specific glimpses of classroom methods in use and more examples of how literacy instruction can be differentiated.
    • Chapter 8 features a deeper discussion of culture, race, and ethnicity within the classroom.
    • Chapter 9 expands upon the definition of culture and the concept that the individual is proactive during the process of accommodation.
    • A MyEducationLab interactive website (www.myeducationlab.com) includes videos, simulations, case studies, activities, and more to help prepare students for teaching careers.

      To order this book WITH MyEducationLab, use either

      Synopsis:

      The fourth edition of this best-selling handbook brings together theories, ideas, and resources for promoting cross-cultural awareness, language development, and academic progress for English learners. It ties together culture and language in a comprehensive format, providing teachers with a wealth of specific strategies and classroom examples to apply to educational practice.

      Table of Contents

      Part One: Learning: Learning about the Learner, Language Structure, and Second-Language Acquisition

      Chapter 1:        Learning about the Language Learner

      Chapter 2:        Learning about Language Structure

      Chapter 3:        Learning about Second-Language Acquisition

      Part Two: Instruction: Oracy and Literacy for English-Language Development, Content-Area Instruction, and Bilingual Education

      Chapter 4:        Oracy and Literacy for English-Language Development

      Chapter 5:        Content-Area Instruction

      Chapter 6:        Theories and Methods of Bilingual Education

      Part Three: Assessment

      Chapter 7:        Language and Content-Area Assessment

      Part Four: Culture: Cultural Diversity in the United States, the Intercultural Educator, and Culturally Responsive Schooling

      Chapter 8:        Cultural Diversity

      Chapter 9:        The Intercultural Educator

      Chapter 10:      Culturally Responsive Schooling

      Part Five: Policy: Language Policy and Special Populations of English Learners

      Chapter 11:      The Role of Educators in Language Policy

      Chapter 12:      Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Learners and Special Education

    Product Details

    ISBN:
    9780137154098
    Subtitle:
    A Complete K-12 Reference Guide
    Author:
    Diaz-rico, Lynne T.
    Author:
    Weed, Kathryn Z.
    Author:
    Diaz-Rico, Lynne T.
    Author:
    Daz-Rico, Lynne T.
    Publisher:
    Pearson
    Subject:
    English language
    Subject:
    Multicultural Education
    Subject:
    Bilingual Education
    Subject:
    General
    Subject:
    Multicultural education -- United States.
    Subject:
    Education, Bilingual -- United States.
    Subject:
    Education-Multicultural
    Copyright:
    Edition Description:
    Trade paper
    Series:
    MyEducationLab Series
    Publication Date:
    February 2009
    Binding:
    Paperback
    Grade Level:
    College/higher education:
    Language:
    English
    Illustrations:
    Y
    Pages:
    408
    Dimensions:
    9 x 7.5 x 1 in 780 gr

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"Synopsis" by ,

Ties together culture and language for English learners!

 

The fourth edition of this best-selling handbook brings together theories, ideas, and resources for promoting crosscultural awareness, language development, and academic progress for English language learners (ELLs).It links culture and language in a comprehensive format, providing teachers with a wealth of specific strategies and classroom examples to apply to educational practice.

 

Designed specifically for the mainstream classroom teacher, this guide clearly shows the effects of second-language acquisition on learning and presents an excellent treatment of cultural diversity and learning styles.  Given that more than two million students nationwide have limited English proficiency, there is more of a need than ever for an effective resource to help these students succeed in today’s standards-based environment.

 

New to this edition:

  • New Individualizing Instruction boxes throughout the text profile English learners with specific instructional needs, learning styles, or cultural requirements, and offer suggestions to meet those needs. 
  • Each chapter ends with opportunities for student reflection and a classroom activity to be performed with an English learner.
  • New expanded content on assessment (Chapter 7) and content-based instruction (Chapter 5) has been added.
  • Chapter 4 now includes more specific glimpses of classroom methods in use and more examples of how literacy instruction can be differentiated.
  • Chapter 8 features a deeper discussion of culture, race, and ethnicity within the classroom.
  • Chapter 9 expands upon the definition of culture and the concept that the individual is proactive during the process of accommodation.
  • A MyEducationLab interactive website (www.myeducationlab.com) includes videos, simulations, case studies, activities, and more to help prepare students for teaching careers.

    To order this book WITH MyEducationLab, use either

    "Synopsis" by ,

    The fourth edition of this best-selling handbook brings together theories, ideas, and resources for promoting cross-cultural awareness, language development, and academic progress for English learners. It ties together culture and language in a comprehensive format, providing teachers with a wealth of specific strategies and classroom examples to apply to educational practice.

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