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Preparing secondary education teachers to work with English language learners

Kris Anstrom

Preparing secondary education teachers to work with English language learners

science

by Kris Anstrom

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Published by National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education in Washington, DC (2011 Eye Street, NW, Suite 200, Washington 20006) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Science -- Study and teaching (Secondary) -- United States,
  • Linguistic minorities -- Education -- United States,
  • Education, Bilingual -- United States,
  • Educational tests and measurements -- Standards -- United States

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKris Anstrom ; with contributions from Sharon Lynch ; Patricia DiCerbo, editor.
    SeriesNCBE resource collection series -- 11., Resource collection series -- 11.
    ContributionsDiCerbo, Patricia., National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education., George Washington University. Center for the Study of Language and Education.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. ;
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17595480M
    OCLC/WorldCa43007960

    Teaching English Language Learners Across the Content Areas by Judie Haynes and Dr. Debbie Zacarian (ASCD, ), which I will refer to throughout the article. Note: Lesson Planning to Ensure Optimal Engagement of ELLs (Chapter 2 of Teaching English Language Learners Across the Content Areas), is available online and provides a number of Author: Kristina Robertson. Written by renowned author, Jodi Reiss, Content Area Strategies for Teaching English Language learners offers practical instructional and assessment strategies built on a strong foundation of second language acquisition theories and principles that you can easily incorporate into your daily classroom instruction/5(11).

    Preparing Mainstream Teachers for English-Language Learners preparation programs. A recent AACTE survey of institutes of higher educa-tion found that fewer than onein six required any preparation for mainstream elementary or secondary teachers regarding the education of ELLs (Menken & Antunez, ). Many English Language Learners are identified as having Limited English Proficiency (LEP) and, in turn, struggle to access the material or concepts being taught in class. In this common situation, it’s imperative for teachers to choose appropriate modifications and accommodations in order to make the content more accessible to them.

    This article is excerpted from two books by authors Katharine Davies Samway and Dorothy Taylor: Teaching English Language Learners: Strategies that Work, K-5 and Teaching English Language Learners: Strategies that Work,Grades 6 to Teaching students to speak, read and write English has always been challenging. The percentage of public school students in the United States who were English language learners (ELLs) was higher in fall ( percent, or million students) than in fall ( percent, or million students). In fall , the percentage of public school students who were ELLs ranged from percent in West Virginia to


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Preparing secondary education teachers to work with English language learners by Kris Anstrom Download PDF EPUB FB2

Preparing Secondary Education Teachers to Work with English Language Learners: Kris Anstrom Center for the Study of Language and Education Graduate School of Education & Human Development The George Washington University Washington, DC.

SOCIAL STUDIES. with contributions from Kathleen Steeves, Ph.D. Preparing Teachers to Work with English Language Learners in Mainstream Classrooms (NA) [de Oliveira, Luciana C., Yough, Mike] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Preparing Teachers to Work with English Language Learners in Mainstream Classrooms (NA)Format: Paperback. Preparing Secondary Education Teachers to Work with English Language Learners: Kris Anstrom Center for the Study of Language and Education Graduate School of Education & Human Development The George Washington University Washington, by: Preparing Secondary Education Teachers To Work with English Language Learners: Social Studies.

NCBE Resource Collection Series, No. Anstrom, Kris; DiCerbo, Patricia, Ed. This document focuses on the education of secondary level English language learners within mainstream social studies by: 6.

Preparing Secondary Education Teachers to Work with English Language Learners: Mathematics. NCBE Resource Collection Series, No. Anstrom, Kris. This report, the fourth in a series, integrates findings from research pertaining to content area instruction of linguistically and culturally diverse learners (LCDLs).Cited by: 6.

Preparing Secondary Education Teachers To Work with English Language Learners: English Language Arts. NCBE Resource Collection Series, No. Anstrom, Kris; DiCerbo, Patricia, Ed. This document examines the education of secondary level English language learners within mainstream language arts by: 3.

The second section discusses the preparation of mainstream teachers to work with English language learner students. National Clearinghouse for Bilingual Education, George Washington University, Center for the Study of Language and Education, Eye Street, N.W., SuiteWashington, DC Cited by: 6.

Information was gathered through a review of the literature concerning teaching English language learners, site visits to a suburban high school that had implemented a team approach for working with English language learners, and through interviews with members of the teacher preparation faculty at The George Washington University.

This report is one of a series of four reports examining the education of English language learners in mainstream classes. The purpose of this report is to heighten the awareness of teachers and teacher educators about issues concerning the achievement of second-level English language learners in mainstream mathematics classrooms.

mainstream, or general education, teachers to work with English language learners since they are increasingly likely to have such students in their class. To date, there has been relatively little attention paid to the essential standards, knowledge, and skills that general education teachers ought to possess in order to provide effectiveFile Size: KB.

Who Educates Teacher Educators About English Language Learners. • literature that addresses the importance of teacher preparation for meeting the needs of ELL students and the inadequacy of general education teachers’ preparation for this responsibility.

I, then, describe and present the survey findings, with a consid. This document focuses on the education of secondary level English language learners within mainstream social studies classes. It provides teachers and teacher. of language have access to different varieties of language; teachers must also be aware of how various languages are similar or different.

1 Content area teachers are non-ESL or bilingual education teachers who instruct students in subjects such as mathematics, English language arts, social studies, and science. The focus is on the education of secondary-level English language learners (ELLs) within mainstream mathematics classes.

The intent of this document is to give teachers and teacher educators a better understanding of how mainstream mathematics instruction can be designed and implemented to enhance academic achievement and learning for these.

This document examines the education of secondary level English language learners within mainstream science classes. It provides teachers and teacher educators with an understanding of how mainstream science instruction can be designed and implemented to enhance academic achievement for these students.

Get this from a library. Preparing secondary education teachers to work with English language learners: English language learners.

[Kris Anstrom; Linda Hanrahan Mauro; Patricia DiCerbo; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)]. If you're like most teachers, your classes have increasingly become more linguistically diverse.

If you're looking for ways to meet the needs of students who struggle with or are just learning English, I am here to help. For the last eight years, I have had the fortunate opportunity to work with many students who are English language learners.

Get this from a library. Preparing secondary education teachers to work with English language learners: social studies. [Kris Anstrom; Kathleen Anderson Steeves; Patricia DiCerbo; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)]. Get this from a library.

Preparing secondary education teachers to work with English language learners: mathematics. [Kris Anstrom; Patricia DiCerbo; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)]. Get this from a library.

Preparing secondary education teachers to work with English language learners: science. [Kris Anstrom; Sharon J Lynch; Patricia DiCerbo; Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)]. In Teaching English Language Learners Across the Content Areas, Judie Haynes and Debbie Zacarian offer strategies, tools, and tips that teachers can use to help ELLs at all levels flourish in mainstream classrooms.

This book will show teachers how to determine their ELLs' stages of English language acquisition, /5(22). Jennifer F. Samson and Brian A. Collins summarize key findings drawn from the literature on promising practices that all teachers can employ when working with English language learners.The purpose of our professional training is to prepare general education teachers to work effectively with English language learners (ELLs).

While working with the teachers on a daily basis, we know the immediate needs of the teachers.5/5(46).