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50 Strategies for Teaching English Language Learners

Adrienne L. Herrell, Florida State University, retired, California State University, Fresno, Emeritus ; Michael Jordan, California State University, Fresno, retired
Format
Book
Published
Boston : Pearson, [2016]
Edition
Fifth edition
Language
English
Variant Title
Fifty strategies for teaching English language learners
ISBN
9780133802450, 0133802450
Contents
  • An introduction to the strategies
  • Theoretical overview
  • Predictable routines and signals : reducing anxiety
  • Total physical response and total physical response storytelling (TPR and TPRS) : integrating movement into language acquisition
  • Modeled talk : demonstrating as you talk
  • Visual scaffolding : providing language support through visual images
  • Realia strategies : connecting language acquisition to the real world
  • Vocabulary role-play : building vocabulary through dramatization
  • Collecting and processing words : making vocabulary your own
  • Manipulatives strategies : using objects to connect concepts
  • Read-aloud plus : using strategies to support comprehension
  • Moving into reading : using multiple strategies to foster comprehension
  • Close reading : engaging with text to improve reading comprehension
  • Repeated reading : using script writing and reader's theater
  • Scaffolding English writing : matching instruction to language development
  • Reporting back : verbal practice in curriculum connections
  • Leveled questions : adjusting questioning strategies to the language levels of students
  • Bilingual books and labels : supporting biliteracy awareness
  • Sorting activities : organizing information into categories
  • Cloze : using context to create meaning
  • Verb action : teaching irregular verbs through experience
  • Syntax surgery : visually manipulating English grammar
  • Checking for understanding : using questioning strategies to differentiate instruction
  • Learning centers : extending learning through hands-on practice
  • Communication games : creating opportunities for verbal interaction
  • Cognate strategies : using the home language to support English acquisition
  • RTI for English language learners : documenting and monitoring student progress and the effectiveness of intervention
  • -- Preview/review : building vocabulary and concepts to support understanding
  • Story reenactment : making stories come to life!
  • Repetition and innovation : exploring a book to deepen comprehension
  • Language focus lessons : supporting English vocabulary and structure acquisition
  • Graphic organizers : visually representing ideas, text, and connections
  • Advance organizers : getting the mind in gear for instruction
  • Guided reading : providing individual support within a group setting
  • Cohesion links : understanding the glue that holds paragraphs together
  • Language framework planning : supporting academic language and content acquisition
  • Free voluntary reading : nothing helps reading like reading
  • Culture studies : learning research skills and valuing home cultures in one project
  • Microselection : finding key words and main ideas
  • Read, pair, share : working with a partner to negotiate meaning
  • Attribute charting : organizing information to support understanding
  • Integrated curriculum projects : using authentic projects to integrate content knowledge
  • KWL and data charts : researching and organizing information
  • Collaborative reading : what to do when they can't read the textbook
  • Cooperative learning : group interactions to accomplish goals
  • Learning strategy instruction : acquiring self-help skills
  • Multiple intelligences strategies : teaching and testing to student-preferred learning modes
  • Multimedia presentations : oral reports for the new millennium
  • Small groups and partners : interactions to enhance instruction
  • GIST : exploring tough text
  • Tutorials : closing the achievement gap
  • Combining and scheduling strategies : supporting learning through differentiation
  • Teacher resources
  • Glossary.
Description
x, 342 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references.
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