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Mastering ESL and Bilingual Methods: Differentiated Instruction for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD) Students informs educators in the field about national standards of best practice for CLD students. Readers will be able to use these standards to transform their practice to accommodate students who bring unique assets and needs to the classroom. By examining theory- and research-based methods that are specific to CLD students, Mastering ESL and Bilingual Methods shares with readers the complex realities that CLD students face on a daily basis and provides educators with strategies and techniques for enhancing the success of these students.
Reviewers Are Raving
The tables, figures and textboxes are excellent. Each chapter presented a unique set of these with relevant information throughout. I liked the 'voices from the field.'
Judith O'Loughlin, New Jersey City University
I think the book is excellent for both pre-service and in-service teachers. I like the simplicity and yet depth of how the topics are presented. Besides that, the topics are comprehensive for ESL instruction.
Laura Sujo de Montes, Northern Arizona University
I think the authors did an excellent job in including so many learning aids that may help the reader understand the myriad of terms, concepts, theories, instructional models, etc.
Irma Guadarrama, University of Houston
About the Authors
Dr. Herrerra and Dr. Murry are co-directors of the CLASSIC ESL/Dual Language Program at Kansas State University. Dr. Herrerra is certified in elementary education, bilingual education, and school counseling. Dr. Murry's work in curriculum and instruction has focused on teacher and administrator preparation. Their recent publications have appeared in the Bilingual Research Journal, Educational Considerations, The Journal of Continuing Higher Education, and The Journal of Research in Rural Education.
|Pt. 1||Hallmarks of accommodative instruction||1|
|Ch. 1||Multidimensional foundations of methods for CLD students||2|
|Ch. 2||Cognitive and academic dimensions of methods for CLD students||30|
|Ch. 3||Linguistic dimension of methods for CLD students||58|
|Pt. 2||Accommodation readiness||93|
|Ch. 4||Changing perspectives in platform development for instructional methods||94|
|Ch. 5||A framework of accommodation readiness||124|
|Pt. 3||Professionalism in practice||165|
|Ch. 6||Planning and grounding instructional methodology||166|
|Ch. 7||The integrated content-based method of instruction||206|
|Ch. 8||The sheltered method of instruction||248|
|Ch. 9||The CALLA method of instruction||296|
|Ch. 10||Achieving standards-driven professional practice||330|
Posted August 16, 2004