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Ways in Teaching Writing
100 updated activities adapted for technology, low-resource
classrooms, higher education, EFL, workplace literacy, adult
immigrant education, K-12, or corporate training. Contributors
have worked hard to make the steps easy to follow yet thorough
in detail. Caveats and Options help teachers springboard new
ideas, generating enthusiasm contagious to the whole classroom.
Helping English Language Learners Meet the Common Core: Assessment
and Instructional Strategies, K-12
new teacher-friendly book offers a quick, efficient, tool -
the Classroom Assessment of Language Levels (CALL) - to assess
the language levels of English learners in grades K-12. Learn
how to effectively use the tool utilizing direct interview and
small-group observation to determine students instructional
levels and needs. Get a variety of engaging, differentiated
Common Core-based strategies that can be used post-assessment
to help students at each level improve their speaking and listening
Creating chart stories
Using meaningful gestures
Exploring word origins
Dual Language Education for a Transformed World
Virginia Collier and Wayne Thomas This book makes the case for
dual language education to become the standard for all schools.
Written for new and veteran implementers, it provides hope,
rationale, guidance, and the tools to transform education to
21st century standards.
The authors included a reprint of their interview appearing
in an earlier issue of the ESL Globe.