CART

(0) items

Access to Academics : Planning Instruction for K-12 Classrooms with ELLs

by ;
Edition:
1st
ISBN13:

9780138156763

ISBN10:
013815676X
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
5/23/2010
Publisher(s):
Pearson

Questions About This Book?

Why should I rent this book?
Renting is easy, fast, and cheap! Renting from eCampus.com can save you hundreds of dollars compared to the cost of new or used books each semester. At the end of the semester, simply ship the book back to us with a free UPS shipping label! No need to worry about selling it back.
How do rental returns work?
Returning books is as easy as possible. As your rental due date approaches, we will email you several courtesy reminders. When you are ready to return, you can print a free UPS shipping label from our website at any time. Then, just return the book to your UPS driver or any staffed UPS location. You can even use the same box we shipped it in!
What version or edition is this?
This is the 1st edition with a publication date of 5/23/2010.
What is included with this book?
  • The New copy of this book will include any supplemental materials advertised. Please check the title of the book to determine if it should include any CDs, lab manuals, study guides, etc.
  • The Used copy of this book is not guaranteed to include any supplemental materials. Typically, only the book itself is included.
  • The Rental copy of this book is not guaranteed to include any supplemental materials. You may receive a brand new copy, but typically, only the book itself.

Summary

Key Benefit:This book will provide points for discussion and action, geared towards helping teachers think about issues in ways that they may not have previously considered. Key Topic: Provides resources thatdirectlyaddress planning lessons for K-12 mainstream classrooms with diverse learners such as English language learners (ELLs). Market:pre-service and in-service content area teachers, particularly those who teach ELLs

Author Biography

Joy Egbert, PhD, is Professor of ESL and Education Technology at Washington State University, Pullman.  She is an award winning teacher, materials developer, and researcher. She is the author of Supporting Learning with Technology: Essentials of Classroom Practice (Pearson, 2009), CALL Essentials (TESOL, Inc, 2005), and seven other books for ESL and technology-using teachers, in addition to many other publications.

 

Dr. Gisela Ernst-Slavit is a professor at Washington State University Vancouver. She investigates language and education in culturally and linguistically diverse settings using ethnographic and sociolinguistic perspectives.  She teaches courses in ESL methods, sociolinguistics, research on second language teaching and learning, and critical issues for Latino students.

Table of Contents

PART ONE – Understanding the Roles of Language and Content

 

Chapter 1 – Academic success:  Learning the language of school

  • Key Issues
  • Cartoon – ELLs need to learn much more than just language
  • The language of school
  • Social language
    • Everyday aspects
      • Example of concept:  What’s in a name?
    • Intercultural aspects
    • Instructional aspects
  • Academic language
    • Vocabulary
    • Grammar/Syntax
    • Discourse
  • The BICS/CALP distinction
    • Connection between BICS/CALP and the language of school
  • Extensions
    • For Reflection
    • For Action

 

Chapter 2 – The role of language proficiency in school

  • Key Issues
  • Language proficiency
    • Language domains
      • Receptive and productive skills
    • Factors influencing language proficiency
    • Levels of language proficiency
      • Starting
      • Emerging
      • Developing
      • Expanding
      • Bridging
  • The role of native languages and cultures
  • Connection between academic language and content
    • Language functions
    • Academic achievement
  • Communicative competence
  • Keys for developing academic language
  • Extensions
    • For Reflection
    • For Action

 


PART TWO – Components of Effective Lesson Design

 

Chapter 3 – Assessing student strengths and needs

  • Key Issues
  • Background
  • Understanding Needs
    • Collecting General Information
    • Language Background and Needs
    • Educational/Academic Background
    • Content Background and Knowledge
    • Cultural Background
  • Guidelines for Understanding Student Needs
  • Conclusion
  • Extensions
    • For Reflection
    • For Action

 

Chapter 4 – Writing and teaching to language objectives

  • Key Issues
  • Background
  • Understanding Objectives
    • Content objectives
    • Language objectives
  • Teaching to language objectives
  • Conclusion
  • Extensions
    • For Reflection
    • For Action

 

Chapter 5 – Connecting to students’ lives

  • Key Issues
  • Background
    • Understanding Connections
      • Making personal connections
      • Making academic connections
  • Building Background Knowledge
  • Integrating Connections
  • Guidelines for Making Connections
  • Conclusion
  • Extensions
    • For Reflection
    • For Action

 

Chapter 6 –Designing Engaging Tasks

  • Key Issues
  • Background
  • Understanding Engaging Tasks
    • Elements of Tasks
      • Elements of Task Process
        • Instructional groupings
        • Modes
        • Task structure
        • Time and pacing
        • Scaffolding
        • Resources/Texts
        • Teacher/Student roles
        • Procedural tools.
      • Elements of Task Product
  • Pedagogical Connections
  • Guidelines for Task Design
  • Conclusion
  • Extensions
    • For Reflection
    • For Action

 

Chapter 7 – Assessing Lessons and Students

  • Key Issues
  • Background
  • Understanding Assessment
  • Assessing Student Process and Product
      • Homework and Parents
  • Assessing Lessons
  • Guidelines for Assessment
  • Conclusion
  • Extensions
    • For Reflection
    • For Action

 


PART THREE – Designing Lessons for Academic Success

 

Chapter 8 – Unlocking the language of Ssience

  • Key Issues
  • National and state standards

o       Emphasis on inquiry and discovery learning

  • The role of students’ languages, cultures and communities
  • The specialized language of science

o       Vocabulary

o       Grammar/Syntax

o       Discourse

o       Language functions

·        Teaching strategies for learning and talking science

·        Talking science: An example from the classroom

  • Extensions

o       For Reflection

o       For Action

           

Chapter 9 – Unlocking the language of mathematics

  • Key Issues
  • National and state standards

o                   Emphasis on problem solving

  • The role of students’ languages, cultures and communities
  • The specialized language of mathematics

o       Vocabulary

o       Grammar/Syntax

o       Discourse

o       Language functions

·        Teaching strategies for learning and talking mathematics

·        Talking math: An example from the classroom

  • Extensions

o       For Reflection

o       For Action

 

 

Chapter 10 – Unlocking the language of English language arts

  • Key Issues
  • National and state standards

o       Preparing students for the literacy demands of today and tomorrow

  • The role of students’ languages, cultures and communities
  • Literacy and language learning:  An integrated model

o       Texts

o       Processes and strategies

o       Systems of structure of language

o       Audiences

o       Contexts

·        Teaching strategies for learning language skills and literacies

·        Placing the learner at the center: An example from the classroom

  • Extensions

o       For Reflection

o       For Action

 

Chapter 11 – Unlocking the language of social studies

·        Key Issues      

·        About the field of social studies

·        The specialized language of social studies

o       Grammatical features

o       Discourse

·        Strategies for teaching and learning social studies

·        Extensions

o       For Reflection

o       For Action

 

Chapter 12--Putting it all together

·        Key Issues

·        Background

·        Understanding the whole

·        Lesson examples

o       Adapting lessons

·        Guidelines for creating and adapting lessons

·        Extensions

o       For Reflection

o       For Action

 


References

 

Appendix A

 

Index   (to be decided)

 

 



Please wait while the item is added to your cart...