Foundations for Teaching English Language Learners: Research, Theory, Policy, and Practice
Dr. Wayne E. Wright offers a timely overview of the ELL field for educators and administrators that includes chapters about: ELL demographics; second-language theory; historical background; ELL policy at the federal, state, and local level; ELL assessment; language instruction; content-area instruction; primary language support; and technology in the classroom. Chapters tools such as guiding questions, activities, key terms, supporting documents, and exercises available on a companion website make this an essential resource for pre-service courses and professional development.
Publisher: Caslon, Inc.
Book Series: About ELLs: Guides for Instruction ELL Strategies for Administrators Language Acquisition & Instruction Policy and English Language Learners