A flexible twelve month curriculum with interactive stategies and practical suggestions for Educators in English as a Second Language (ESL), Early Childhood, Special Education, Homeschooling, Parents, Tutors, and Volunteers who teach English language learners.
Goals, measurements, assessments, and resources are structured month by month, as building blocks for reading, writing, and communicating in mathematics, science, history, economics, art, and health.
The McMahons have combined the Essential Academic Learning Requirements (EALR)'s for the state of Washington with the joy of learning.
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Helen McMahon received her bachelor's degree at Gonzaga University. She has had a wide range of experience working with culturally, linguistically, and developmentally diverse students in the classroom, at home, and in business. This workbook is a master's project in curriculum development for English language learners at Gonzaga University.
Terry McMahon has a bachelor's degree in Geophysics, and a Master's in Mining Engineering. Since retirement from the U.S. Bureau of Mines, he earned a degree in Manufacturing Technology, and is self-employed as a CAD draftsman, publisher, part-time writer, and full-time father.
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