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Product NameReading, Writing, And Learning In Esl: A Resource Book For Teaching K-12 English Learners (6th Edition) (Pearson Resources For Teaching English Learners)
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AuthorSuzanne F. Peregoy, Owen F. Boyle
Page Count528
BindingPaperback
Published05/24/2012
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Long DescriptionIn this comprehensive, accessible guide, pre- and in-service K-12 teachers get a firm understanding of the essential topics of first and second language acquisition along with teaching and assessment strategies for oral language development, vocabulary, writing, reading, and reading and writing across the curriculum. With its strong research base, engaging style, and helpful descriptions of specific teaching strategies, Reading , Writing, and Learning in ESL, 6e explains how contemporary language acquisition theory informs instruction, while providing suggestions and methods for motivating ELs’ English language, literacy and content learning. New material in this Sixth Edition includes an in-depth discussion of academic language; an exploration of the demands of Internet reading compared to traditional text reading; a presentation of Response to Intervention (RTI) as applied to ELs; and a wealth of Internet resources throughout the book.
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