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This second edition of the Freemans' classic text updates their ideas and strategies in response to new research and changing contexts for teaching reading and writing in both English and Spanish.
Between the growing number of Spanish-speaking students in dual language and bilingual classrooms and the increasing focus on accountability, teachers need a resource that gives them research-based instructional advice for helping all students meet standards while giving nonnative speakers access to the same high-quality education as their English-speaking peers. They must have the most effective methods for teaching reading and writing to students in two languages, and Teaching Reading and Writing in Spanish and English in Bilingual and Dual Language Classrooms provides what teachers need.
The new edition includes:
|1||The context for developing literacy for bilingual students||1|
|2||A word recognition view of reading||26|
|3||A sociopsycholinguistic view of reading||46|
|4||The history of literacy instruction in Spanish and in English||79|
|5||Methods of teaching reading in Spanish||96|
|6||A principled approach to teaching reading||123|
|7||Effective writing instruction||151|
|8||Stages and levels of writing development||180|
|9||Thematic teaching to develop biliteracy||209|