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What is included with this book?
As part of the Keys to Success series, this chapter-sized segment provides success strategies specific to students for whom English is not a first language, to meet English language learners’ needs and circumstances.
Keys to Success for English Language Learners is a concise and focused one-chapter-sized segment that validates and supports the particular needs of students for whom English is not a first language, whether they are identified as ESL (English as a Second Language), ELL (English Language Learner), LEP (Limited English Proficiency), or other student classifications. Students who are learning English have the challenge of language on top of the task of learning college-level material. In addition to providing support for the aspects of learning English while in college, this resource emphasizes the strengths and benefits these students have and can use, helping to combat the uncertainty and low self-esteem such students often experience. Cultural adjustment and success beyond graduation is also addressed. These materials are designed to increase the engagement and retention of the English language learner, benefiting learners as well as institutions.
Carol Carter is committed to helping students turn on their brains, get motivated, and discover their abilities. As president of her own company, LifeBound, she teaches study, interpersonal, and career skills to middle school and high school students and helps them become competitive in today’s global world. She trains and certifies coaches in academic coaching skills, and focuses on at-risk students with her volunteer teaching at the federal prison and her LifeBound work in the Denver housing projects. Carol also speaks on educational topics nationally and internationally and is a co-author of the Keys to Success series of books and author of Keys to Business Communication.
Sarah Lyman Kravits teaches the New Student Seminar at Montclair State University, and has co-authored several student success textbooks including Keys to Success, Keys to Effective Learning, and Keys to College Studying. She has also served as Program Director for LifeSkills, Inc., a nonprofit organization that aims to further the career and personal development of high school students through curricular elements as well as interaction with members of the business community. Sarah has also given workshops on critical thinking and collaborative thinking.
Keys to Success for English Language Learners helps students: