The Classroom Teacher's ESL Survival Kit / Edition 1

The Classroom Teacher's ESL Survival Kit / Edition 1

by Elizabeth Claire, John Chapman, Judie Haynes, J. D. Frazier
     
 

ISBN-10: 0131376136

ISBN-13: 9780131376137

Pub. Date: 03/10/1994

Publisher: Pearson

The 100 reproducible activities in each of these volumes are designed for regular, mainstream teachers who have ESL students in their classrooms.

This unique resource includes practical ideas and hot tips to help your non-English-speaking students. Easy-to-read text demonstrates ways to include ESL students in your daily curriculum plans.

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Overview

The 100 reproducible activities in each of these volumes are designed for regular, mainstream teachers who have ESL students in their classrooms.

This unique resource includes practical ideas and hot tips to help your non-English-speaking students. Easy-to-read text demonstrates ways to include ESL students in your daily curriculum plans.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780131376137
Publisher:
Pearson
Publication date:
03/10/1994
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.90(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range:
8 - 11 Years

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Table of Contents

Introduction. How to Use this Kit. I. YOU AND YOUR ESL STUDENTS: MEETING THE SPECIAL CHALLENGE. 1. Making Advance Preparations. 2. The Newcomers' First Days. 3. The First Challenge: Culture Shock. 4. Strategies for Two-Way Communication. 5. General Teaching Strategies. 6. Materials and Equipment for ESL Learners. 7. Teaching Reading to Your Newcomers. 8. Challenges in Learning to Read English. 9. Helping ESL Learners in the Content Areas. 10. Questions Teachers Ask. 11. Testing, Report Cards, and Parent Conferences. 12. Get Help from School Aides and Volunteers. 13. District Policies and Practices that Help ESL Learners. Appendix: Annotated Resources. PART II. TEACHER'S INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE REPRODUCIBLE ACTIVITY SHEETS. PART III. REPRODUCIBLE ACTIVITY SHEETS. Tools for Teachers. Newcomer Orientation. Alphabet, Colors, and Other Beginning Concepts. School and Park Scenes. Reading about Animals. Easy Stories. Beginning Social Studies. Health. Mathematics. Surveys for Social Interaction.

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