"This book answers many questions about working with English Language Learners. The anecdotes, examples, and stories help make the theoretical concepts concrete. I really like the hands-on suggestions, and many of the strategies in the book can be used daily."
—Brenna Godsey, Science Teacher
Canyon High School, Anaheim, CA
An authoritative reference for teachers facing an increasingly diverse school population.
This third edition of the best-selling Children With Limited English: Teaching Strategies for the Regular Classroom provides preservice and inservice teachers, curriculum specialists, teacher mentors, and administrators with the necessary tools to meet the educational needs of English Language Learners in an inclusive classroom.
This revised edition includes more strategies for building communication skills, increased visuals and activities for instruction, and fresh connections to current research, plus a new chapter on literacy and an expanded chapter on integrating current technology into the classroom. Additional aids include:
- A guided daily lesson plan format with adaptations for English Language Learners
- A description of language proficiency levels
- A wealth of tables, charts, and checklists to guide instruction and assessment