The 100 reproducible activities in each of these volumes are designed for mainstream teachers who have ESL students in their classrooms. Teachers will find hundreds of practical ideas, proven advice, and reproducible activities that help non-English-speaking students survive in the mainstream classroom.
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This resource book features 130 reproducible activities for teachers of grades 2-6+ who have ESL students in addition to mainstream students. The book also contains notes on culture shock and language acquisition, plus strategies, tips, and lesson plans to help social and academic adjustment. Activities help develop vocabulary, listening skills, reading, writing, following directions, math, health, and more, giving teachers a wealth of ready-to-use classroom material.About the Author:
Judie Haynes is a freelance professional development provider and teacher with 28 years experience in teaching English as a second language. She has published six books, including "Getting Started With English Language Learners" (ASCD, 2007) and "Teaching English Language Learners Across the Content Areas" (ASCD, 2010). Judie also contributed chapters to "Integrating the ESL Standards Into Classroom Practice, Grades K-2 ("TESOL, 2000") "and "Authenticity in Language Classroom and Beyond" (TESOL, 2010). She was also a columnist for TESOL's "Essential Teacher".
Judie is the editor and owner of everythingESL.net, a website for teachers of English learners. She is cofounder and moderator of #ELLCHAT, an online chat for teachers of English learners. She provides keynote addresses and workshops to TESOL affiliates and school districts all over the United States.
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Book Description Longman, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0131376136
Book Description Longman, 1994. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110131376136