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EDUCATION OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS {HC}
presents evidence-based strategies for supporting english-language learners' school readiness and achievement at various grade levels, examining differences in the learning process for ells, as well as the importance of communication and the value of home literacy activities.

includes bibliographical references and index.;the brain and language acquisition : variation in language knowledge andreadiness for education / barbara t. conboy -- the process of acquiring a first and second language / kathryn kohnert and giang pham -- language choice and competence : code switching and issues of social identity in young bilingual children / iliana reyes and susan ervin-trip -- ways to words : learning a second language vocabulary / lisa m. bedore, elizabeth d. pena, and karin boerger -- the role of phonology in orthographically different languages / ellen h. newman -- bili

ngualism and cognitive linkages : learning to read in different languages / ellen bialystok and kathleen f. peets -- learning english as a second language / maria estela brisk -- communicative repertoires and english language learners / betsy rymes -- difficulty, delay, or disorder : what makes english hard for english language learners? / carol westby and deborah hwa-froelich -- implications for assessment and instruction / alison l. bailey -- extended implications for practice : families as allies / leslie reese and claude goldenberg -- recent research on english language and literacy instru

ction : what we have learned to guide practice for english language learners in the 21st century / diane august, claudegoldenberg, william m. saunders, and cheryl dressler.
Condition
New
Publisher
GUILFORD PRESS (P)
Copyright
2010
Catalog ID
4349510
ISBN-10
1606236598
ISBN-13
9781606236598
Language
English
 




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