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    Language (Policy) Matters!

    1/1/11 - Kozleski, Elizabeth B.; Mulligan, Elaine M.; Hernandez-Saca. David I., Equity Alliance at ASU, Equity Alliance at ASU

    Public education has a vital role in ensuring that this and subsequent generations are successful in a global, multilingual economy. In this What Matters brief, we examine how teachers, students, parents, and communities in our nation's schools can create rich opportunities for students to learn. Language (Policy) Matters! includes information and resources about: * School policies and practices that support language access * Research on best practices for students who are English...

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    Instructional Models and Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners

    1/24/10 - Ani C. Moughamian, Mabel O. Rivera, David J. Francis

    While some states (Arizona, California, Florida, and Massachusetts) have passed laws detailing the types of educational programs available to English language learners, others have not. Teachers who have not been trained to work with ELLs must make decisions about the types of instructional programs and strategies they will offer these students. This publication seeks to offer educators and policy-makers guidance on strategies that have been effective in instructing English language learners.

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    Language and Reading Interventions for English Language Learners and English Language Learners with Disabilities

    1/29/10 - Rivera, M. O., Moughamian, A. C., Lesaux, N. K., & Francis,, D. J.

    This report from the Center on Instruction presents information about assessment, instructional interventions, and professional development with a particular focus on ELL students who have been identified with a language and/or learning disability or who are at risk for reading difficulties. The focus of the intervention section is on those that have demonstrated success at remediating reading for ELLs who have either identified language impairment, reading and/or learning disabilities, or...

  • The best laid plans: Teachers in-class decisions to depart from their lesson plans

    1/1/96 - Bailey, K. M., K. M. Bailey, D. Nunan

    This chapter begins with the author's own voice as a language learner and then carries her over the bridge of a professional puzzle, through the research literature and into the role of a classroom researcher, listening to language teachers' voices. The issue the author wishes to examine is the decision making of experienced teachers - those myraids points in our daily lives as professionals when we must make an on-line judgement as to what is best for our students, whether to stay with the...

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