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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Prentice Hall
Faltis, Christian J., Coulter, Cathy A.
Are you looking for new ways to help your English learners and newcomer immigrant students succeed in school? WithTeaching English Learners and Immigrant Students in Secondary Schoolyou'll be equipped with the practical, research-based approaches and strategies to ensure the inclusion, contribution, and academic success of all students. Prepare for success through: Teaching approachespresented in the context of current perceptions, as well as historical and legal information, regarding their use with students for whom English is an additional language. Current, State-of-the-Art Learning Theories: Approaches and strategies based in recent sociocultural theories on teaching and learning. Commitments in Practice:Five principles to effective teaching and learning for immigrant and English learners. Four content area chapters: Section II shows how teachers successfully use the Commitments in Practice in social studies, language arts, science and math. Historical Overview:Overview of the inception of high schools and how their beginnings have influenced current structure. Chapter overview/Vignettes:Strategies imbedded in real classroom activities from teachers who are successful with English learners. Within-Chapter Reflections:Questions to encourage readers to reflect on chapter information during reading.Faltis, Christian J. is the author of 'Teaching English Learners and Immigrant Students in Secondary Schools ', published 2007 under ISBN 9780131192416 and ISBN 0131192418.
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