I. TEACHING ENGLISH LEARNERS TO READ: CURRENT POLICY AND BEST INSTRUCTIONAL PRACTICE.
1. Reading and the Bilingual Student: Fact and Friction.
2. Teaching English Learners to Read: Learning or Acquisition?
3. Three Roles for Reading for Minority-Language Children.
4. Orthographic Development and Learning to Read in Different Languages.
5. Scaffolding Reading Experiences for Multilingual Classrooms.
6. Making Content Instruction Accessible for English Language Learners.
II. TEACHING ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT: RETHINKING AND REDESIGNING CURRICULUM.
7. Communicative Approaches to Second-Language Acquisition: The Bridge to Second-Language Literacy.
8. Meeting the Needs of English Learners in All-English Classrooms: Sharing the Responsibility.
9. Revisioning the Blueprint: Building for the Academic Success of English Learners.
10. Rethinking English Language Instruction: An Architectural Approach.
11. Multilevel Collaboration for English Learners: An Asian-American Perspective.
12. Standards-Based Instruction for English Language Learners.
III. OPTIMIZING CULTURE AS A BRIDGE TO LITERACY LEARNING.
13. Connecting Children, Culture, Curriculum, and Text.
14. Reading with a Hero: A Mediated and Literate Experience.
15. Access to Books and Beyond: Creating and Learning From a Book Lending Program for Latino Families in the Inner City.
16. Mediating Language and Literacy: Lessons From an After-School Setting.