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This long-awaited text provides the most current, high-quality pedagogical and assessment approaches and strategies that respond to current policy and high-stakes standards movement, and that can effectively increase academic achievement in at-risk English language learners. This text is framed within a contemporary socio-constructivistic developmental view of teaching and learning in ESL education and from an integrationist perspective, offering an integration of most effective pedagogy for enhancing the quality of instruction and assessment in ESL students. Case examples are provided in boxes and text throughout chapters to help students apply concepts and learn problem-solving techniques through case studies.
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A long-awaited resource, English-as-a-Second-Language Teaching and Learning: Pre-K-12 Classroom Applications for Students’ Academic Achievement & Development provides the most current, research-based, and high-quality pedagogical and assessment approaches and strategies that respond to current federal policy and high-stakes national and professional standards, and that can effectively increase academic achievement in at-risk English language learners.
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I have never seen a text before which goes into such depth about immigration and the immigrant himself. This background information will be invaluable to the beginning teacher.
Judith B. O’Loughlin, New Jersey City University
I really like the theoretical framework of the text and the focus on creating teachers who are advocates for their English language learners.
Edmundo F. Litton, Loyola Marymount University
With an innovative approach, well-respected authors Virginia Gonzalez, Thomas Yawkey, and Liliana Minaya-Rowe use parallels between ESL, sociocultural, sociohistorical, socioeconomic, and educational backgrounds of former eastern and southern European immigrants during the Ellis Island years to persuade current teachers to become committed advocates for contemporary ESL Hispanic and Asian immigrant students.
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