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The ELL Teacher's Toolbox


The ELL Teacher's Toolbox

Hundreds of Practical Ideas to Support Your Students
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von: Larry Ferlazzo, Katie Hull Sypnieski

22,99 €

Verlag: Jossey-Bass
Format: EPUB
Veröffentl.: 03.04.2018
ISBN/EAN: 9781119364955
Sprache: englisch
Anzahl Seiten: 544

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Practical strategies to support your English language learners  The ELL Teacher’s Toolbox is a practical, valuable resource to be used by teachers of English Language Learners, in teacher education credential programs, and by staff development professionals and coaches. It provides hundreds of innovative and research-based instructional strategies you can use to support all levels of English Language Learners.  Written by proven authors in the field, the book is divided into two main sections: Reading/Writing and Speaking/Listening. Each of those sections includes “Top Ten” favorites and between 40 and 70 strategies that can be used as part of multiple lessons and across content areas.  Contains 60% new strategies Features ready-to-use lesson plans Includes reproducible handouts Offers technology integration ideas The percentage of public school students in the U.S. who are English language learners grows each year—and with this book, you’ll get a ton of fresh, innovative strategies to add to your teaching arsenal.  
Contents About the Authors xxix Acknowledgments xxxi Introduction 1 I Reading and Writing 3 1. Independent Reading 5 What Is It? 5 Why We Like It 5 Supporting Research 5 Common Core Connections 6 Application 6 Selecting Books 6 Student-Teacher Check-Ins 7 Writing and Talking About Books 7 Publishing Student Successes 8 Working with Students Not Literate in Their Home Language 8 Student Handouts and Examples 9 What Could Go Wrong? 9 Technology Connections 9 Attribution 10 Figures 10 Figure 1.1 End-of-Quarter Reading Reflection 10 Figure 1.2 My Year of Reading Visual Project 11 Figure 1.3 My Year of Reading Student Example 11 2. Literary Conversations 13 What Is It? 13 Why We Like It 13 Supporting Research 13 Common Core Connections 14 Application 14 Book Trailers 14 Book Talks 15 Partner Reading 15 Book Interviews 16 Golden Lines 16 Creative Response Prompts 16 Student Handouts and Examples 17 What Could Go Wrong? 17 Technology Connections 18 Attribution 18 Figures 19 Figure 2.1 Book Trailer 19 Figure 2.2 Book Talk 20 Figure 2.3 Partner-Reading Instructions 21 Figure 2.4 Book Interview 22 3. Graphic Organizers 23 What Is It? 23 Why We Like It 23 Supporting Research 24 Common Core Connections 24 Application 24 Reading 24 Writing 25 Student Handouts and Examples 27 What Could Go Wrong? 27 Technology Connections 28 Attribution 28 Figures 29 Figure 3.1 Narrative Word Chart 29 Figure 3.2 Identifying Words While Reading 30 Figure 3.3 Five Senses Chart 30 Figure 3.4 Five Senses Chart Student Example 31 Figure 3.5 Setting 32 Figure 3.6 Main Characters 33 Figure 3.7 Supporting Characters 34 Figure 3.8 Theme 35 Figure 3.9 Conflict Map 36 Figure 3.10 Story Events 37 Figure 3.11 Dialogue 38 Figure 3.12 Write Your Story 39 4. Vocabulary 41 What Is It? 41 Why We Like It 42 Supporting Research 42 Common Core Connections 43 Application 43 Four Words Sheet 43 Word Chart 43 Teaching New Words During Reading 44 Academic Vocabulary 44 Clines 45 Word Webs 46 Interactive Word Wall 46 Cognates 48 From Clues to Words 48 Student Handouts and Examples 49 What Could Go Wrong? 49 Technology Connections 49 Attribution 50 Figures 51 Figure 4.1 Four Words Sheet 51 Figure 4.2 Question and Sentence Starters List 52 Figure 4.3 Narrative Word Chart 53 Figure 4.4 Identifying Words While Reading 54 Figure 4.5 Clines 55 5. Activating Prior Knowledge 57 What Is It? 57 Why We Like It 58 Supporting Research 58 Common Core Connections 58 Application 58 KWL Charts 59 Anticipation Guides 59 Multimedia 59 Quick writes 60 Preparatory Texts 60 Field Trips—Real or Virtual 60 Student Handout and Example 61 What Could Go Wrong? 61 Technology Connections 61 Figure 62 Figure 5.1 Anticipation Guide 62 6. Sequencing 65 What Is It? 65 Why We Like It 65 Supporting Research 66 Common Core Connections 66 Application 66 Strip Stories 66 Sentence Scrambles 68 Comic Strips 68 Student Handouts and Examples 68 What Could Go Wrong? 69 Technology Connections 69 Attribution 69 Figures 70 Figure 6.1 First Day of School Strip Story (Student Handout) 70 Figure 6.2 First Day of School Strip Story (Teacher Answer Key) 71 Figure 6.3 Mexico Strip Story (Student Handout) 72 Figure 6.4 Mexico Strip Story (Teacher Answer Key) 73 Figure 6.5 Strip Story Instructions 74 7. Clozes 75 What Is It? 75 Why We Like It 75 Supporting Research 75 Common Core Connections 76 Application 76 Student Handouts and Examples 78 What Could Go Wrong? 78 Technology Connections 79 Attribution 79 Figures 80 Figure 7.1 Cloze with No Answers Shown—Jobs (Student Handout) 80 Figure 7.2 Cloze with No Answers Shown—Jobs (Teacher Answer Key) 80 Figure 7.3 Cloze with No Answers Shown—Art and Music (Student Handout) 80 Figure 7.4 Cloze with No Answers Shown—Art and Music (Teacher Answer Key) 81 Figure 7.5 Cloze with Word Bank—Helen Keller (Student Handout) 81 Figure 7.6 Cloze with Word Bank—Helen Keller (Teacher Answer Key) 82 Figure 7.7 Cloze with Word Bank at End of Sentences—Cesar Chavez (Student Handout) 82 Figure 7.8 Cloze with Word Bank at End of Sentences—Cesar Chavez (Teacher Answer Key) 83 Figure 7.9 Cloze with Letter Blanks—Juan and Maria (Student Handout) 83 Figure 7.10 Cloze with Letter Blanks—Juan and Maria (Teacher Answer Key) 83 Figure 7.11 Cloze with No Blanks—US History (Student Handout) 84 Figure 7.12 Cloze with No Blanks—US History (Teacher Answer Key) 85 Figure 7.13 Persuading My Parents Cloze and Mimic Write 85 Figure 7.14 Persuading My Parents (Student Sample) 86 Figure 7.15 Instructions for Making a Cloze 86 8. Language Experience Approach (LEA) 87 What Is It? 87 Why We Like It 87 Supporting Research 87 Common Core Connections 87 Application 88 Student Handout and Example 89 What Could Go Wrong? 89 Technology Connection 90 Attribution 90 Figure 90 Figure 8.1 Language Experience Approach Model 90 9. Jigsaw 91 What Is It? 91 Why We Like It 91 Supporting Research 91 Common Core Connections 92 Application 92 Beginners and Low-Intermediates 92 High-Intermediates and Advanced 94 Student Handouts and Examples 96 What Could Go Wrong? 96 Technology Connections 96 Attribution 97 Figures 97 Figure 9.1 Driver’s License Jigsaw 97 Figure 9.2 Driver’s License Activity 98 Figure 9.3 Nina’s Break-In Part 1: Jigsaw 99 Figure 9.4 Nina’s Break-In Part 2: Questions About the Story 100 Figure 9.5 Nina’s Break-In: How to Use This Jigsaw 101 Figure 9.6 Student Jigsaw Instructions 102 10. Reading Comprehension 103 What Is It? 103 Why We Like It 104 Supporting Research 104 Reading Strategies 104 Read Alouds and Think Alouds 105 Close Reading 105 Common Core Connections 105 Application 105 Reading Strategies 105 Read Alouds and Think Alouds 107 Whole-Class Readings 108 Close Reading 113 Student Handouts and Examples 117 What Could Go Wrong? 117 Technology Connections 117 Attribution 118 Figures 119 Figure 10.1 Reading Strategies Word Chart 119 Figure 10.2 Think Aloud Example 120 Figure 10.3 Benefits of Reading Data Set 121 Figure 10.4 “What People Say About” Graphic Organizer 122 11. Inductive Learning 123 What Is It? 123 Why We Like It 123 Supporting Research 124 Common Core Connections 124 Application 124 Picture Word Inductive Model (PWIM) 124 Text, Phonics, and Picture Data Sets 126 Concept Attainment 128 Student Handouts and Examples 129 What Could Go Wrong? 129 Technology Connections 129 Attribution 130 Figures 130 Figure 11.1 A Man in the Kitchen 130 Figure 11.2 Kitchen Picture Cloze Sentences 131 Figure 11.3 International New Year’s Traditions Data Set (for Intermediates) 132 Figure 11.4 John F. Kennedy Data Set (for Intermediates) 133 Figure 11.5 Seasons of the Year Data Set (for Beginners) 134 Figure 11.6 Data Set Instructions 134 Figure 11.7 Page from Sounds Easy! Phonics, Spelling, and Pronunciation Practice 135 Figure 11.8 Concept Attainment Example on Adjectives and Periods 136 Figure 11.9 Concept Attainment Example on Has and Have 136 12. Concept Attainment—Plus! 137 What Is It? 137 Why We Like It 137 Supporting Research 137 Common Core Connections 137 Application 138 Student Handouts and Examples 139 What Could Go Wrong? 139 Technology Connections 139 Figures 140 Figure 12.1 Student Example and Correction 140 Figure 12.2 Student Annotation of Mistakes 141 Figure 12.3 Teacher Mimic Write of Student Mistakes 142 Figure 12.4 Teacher Mimic Write with Student Corrections 143 Figure 12.5 Student Writing Prompt and Response 144 13. Sentence Navigators and Sentence Builders 145 What Is It? 145 Why We Like It 145 Supporting Research 145 Common Core Connections 146 Application 146 Student Handouts and Examples 147 What Could Go Wrong? 147 Technology Connection 147 Attribution 147 Figures 148 Figure 13.1 Model Sentence Navigator Answering Questions 148 Figure 13.2 Blank Sentence Navigator Answering Questions 149 Figure 13.3 Blank Sentence Navigator for Any Sentence 150 14. Writing Frames and Writing Structures 151 What Is It? 151 Why We Like It 151 Supporting Research 152 Common Core Connections 152 Application 152 Writing Frames 152 Writing Structures 153 Student Handouts and Examples 155 What Could Go Wrong? 155 Technology Connections 156 Attribution 156 Figures 156 Figure 14.1 George Washington Writing Frame 156 Figure 14.2 Mexico Writing Frame 157 Figure 14.3 Mexico Writing Structure 158 Figure 14.4 ABC Writing Structure 159 Figure 14.5 PEE Writing Structure 160 Figure 14.6 RACE Writing Structure 161 Figure 14.7 AREE! Writing Structure 162 Figure 14.8 AREE! Writing Structure Teaching Grid 163 15. Quoting, Summarizing, and Paraphrasing 165 What Is It? 165 Why We Like It 165 Supporting Research 166 Common Core Connections 166 Application 166 Quoting 166 Summarizing 167 Paraphrasing 168 Student Handouts and Examples 170 What Could Go Wrong? 170 Technology Connection 170 Figures 171 Figure 15.1 Summarizing Examples 171 Figure 15.2 Concept Attainment Paraphrasing 1 172 Figure 15.3 Concept Attainment Paraphrasing 2 173 Figure 15.4 Paraphrase Sheet 174 16. Cooperative Writing 175 What Is It? 175 Why We Like It 175 Supporting Research 176 Common Core Connections 176 Application 176 Cooperative Drawings 176 Chain Stories 177 Cooperative Storytelling 178 Sticky Chats 179 What Could Go Wrong? 180 Technology Connections 180 Attribution 181 17. Using Photos or Other Images in Reading and Writing 183 What Is It? 183 Why We Like It 183 Supporting Research 184 Common Core Connections 184 Application 184 Slideshow Annotation 184 Close-Read Photos and Other Images 184 Unveiling Parts of an Image 185 Writing Captions and Cloze Captions 185 Compare and Contrast 186 Picture Story 187 Student Handouts and Examples 187 What Could Go Wrong? 187 Technology Connections 188 Attribution 188 Figures 189 Figure 17.1 Slideshow Notes 189 Figure 17.2 Examining an Image 190 Figure 17.3 Examining an Image (for Intermediates) 191 18. Writer’s Notebook 193 What Is It? 193 Why We Like It 193 Supporting Research 194 Common Core Connections 194 Application 194 Getting Started 194 How Students Use Them 196 How Teachers Use Them 197 Student Handouts and Examples 197 What Could Go Wrong? 197 Technology Connection 198 Attribution 198 Figures 198 Figure 18.1 Student Example of a Heart Map 198 Figure 18.2 Prompts for Responding to My Reading 199 19. Error Correction Strategies 201 What Is It? 201 Why We Like It 201 Supporting Research 202 Common Core Connections 203 Application 203 Concept Attainment and Concept Attainment Plus 203 Games 203 Encourage a Growth Mind-Set 204 Giving Individual Feedback 204 What Could Go Wrong? 205 Technology Connections 205 Attribution 205 20. Revision 207 What Is It? 207 Why We Like It 207 Supporting Research 208 Common Core Connections 208 Application 208 Student Handout and Example 210 What Could Go Wrong? 210 Technology Connections 210 Figure 212 Figure 20.1 Peer Review Sheet 212 21. Problem-Posing 213 What Is It? 213 Why We Like It 213 Supporting Research 213 Common Core Connections 214 Application 214 Student Handout and Example 217 What Could Go Wrong? 217 Technology Connections 218 Attribution 218 Figure 219 Figure 21.1 Problem-Posing Graphic Organizer 219 22. Micro-Progressions 221 What Is It? 221 Why We Like It 221 Supporting Research 222 Common Core Connections 222 Application 222 Student Handouts and Examples 225 What Could Go Wrong? 225 Attribution 225 Figures 226 Figure 22.1 Micro-Progression—Claim and Evidence 226 Figure 22.2 Micro-Progression—Predictions 226 23. Learning Games for Reading and Writing 227 What Is It? 227 Why We Like It 227 Supporting Research 228 Common Core Connections 228 Application 228 Nine Box Grid 228 Phonic Darts 229 Fill-in-the-Blank 229 Flyswatter Game (with or Without Flyswatters) 230 Name It 231 Round-and-Round She Goes 231 Writing Bingo 231 Sentence Scrambles 232 Academic Language Sentences 233 Pictionary 234 Team-Writing Sentences 234 Hangman 234 Categories 235 What Doesn’t Belong? 235 Student Handouts and Examples 235 What Could Go Wrong? 235 Technology Connections 236 Attribution 238 Figures 238 Figure 23.1 Nine Box Grid with Health Care Words Example 238 Figure 23.2 Nine Box Grid Template 239 II Speaking and Listening 241 24. Dictation 243 What Is It? 243 Why We Like It 243 Supporting Research 243 Common Core Connections 243 Application 244 Paired Dictation 244 Dictogloss (and Variations) 244 Picture Dictation 246 Information Gap 246 What Could Go Wrong? 247 Technology Connections 247 Attribution 248 25. Conversation Practice 249 What Is It? 249 Why We Like It 249 Supporting Research 249 Common Core Connections 250 Application 250 Dialogues 250 3–2-1 251 Ask-Answer-Add 252 Conversation Cheat Sheets 253 Self-Assessment 253 Student Handouts and Examples 253 What Could Go Wrong? 254 Technology Connections 254 Attribution 254 Figures 255 Figure 25.1 Holiday Dialogue 255 Figure 25.2 Dialogue Scramble 255 Figure 25.3 Dialogue Scramble (Teacher Answer Key) 256 26. Total Physical Response (TPR) 257 What Is It? 257 Why We Like It 257 Supporting Research 257 Common Core Connections 257 Application 258 TPR Extension Activity 258 What Could Go Wrong? 259 Technology Connections 259 Attribution 260 27. Music 261 What Is It? 261 Why We Like It 261 Supporting Research 261 Common Core Connections 262 Application 262 Typical Sequence 262 Topical Projects 265 Personalized Song Lessons 266 Chants 267 Student Handouts and Examples 267 What Could Go Wrong? 267 Technology Connections 268 Attribution 268 Figures 269 Figure 27.1 Song Lyric Analysis Sheet 269 Figure 27.2 My Favorite Song 271 Figure 27.3 Information Chants 273 28. Using Photos or Other Images in Speaking and Listening 275 What Is It? 275 Why We Like It 275 Supporting Research 275 Common Core Connections 276 Application 276 Photo Collages 276 Back and Forth 276 If Animals or Inanimate Objects Could Talk 277 Student Handout and Example 277 What Could Go Wrong? 277 Technology Connections 277 Attribution 277 Figure 278 Figure 28.1 Back-and-Forth Page 278 29. Video 279 What Is It? 279 Why We Like It 279 Supporting Research 280 Common Core Connections 280 Application 280 Guidelines 280 Typical Sequence 281 Back to the Screen 283 Sequencing 283 True or False 284 Pause and Predict 284 How-To Videos 285 Student Handouts and Examples 285 What Could Go Wrong? 285 Technology Connections 285 Attribution 286 Figures 287 Figure 29.1 Video Thinking Sheet 287 Figure 29.2 Pause and Predict Sheet 288 30. Oral Presentations 289 What Is It? 289 Why We Like It 289 Supporting Research 289 Common Core Connections 290 Application 290 Guidelines 290 Teaching Presentation Skills 292 Short Presentations 294 Long Presentations 298 Student Handouts and Examples 300 What Could Go Wrong? 300 Technology Connections 300 Attribution 301 Figures 302 Figure 30.1 Presentation Peer Evaluation Rubric 302 Figure 30.2 Speaking Dos and Don’ts 303 Figure 30.3 Listening Dos and Don’ts 303 Figure 30.4 Talking Points PresentationModel and Outline 304 Figure 30.5 Top Five Outline 306 Figure 30.6 Home Culture Planning Sheet 307 Figure 30.7 Sentence Stems for Oral Presentations 308 Figure 30.8 Oral Presentation Feedback Form 309 31. Listening 311 What Is It? 311 Why We Like It 311 Supporting Research 312 Common Core Connections 312 Application 312 The Why and the How: Listening Benefits and Metacognitive Listening 312 Listening Language Frames 314 More Listening Ideas 314 Student Handouts and Examples 316 What Could Go Wrong? 316 Technology Connections 316 Attribution 317 Figures 317 Figure 31.1 Listening Practice Sheet 317 Figure 31.2 Listening Frames 318 Figure 31.3 Sample Dialogue 319 32. Debate 321 What Is It? 321 Why We Like It 321 Supporting Research 321 Common Core Connections 322 Application 322 Student Handout and Example 324 What Could Go Wrong? 324 Technology Connection 324 Figure 325 Figure 32.1 Debate Language 325 33. Learning Games for Speaking and Listening 327 What Is It? 327 Why We Like It 327 Supporting Research 327 Common Core Connections 328 Application 328 Nine Box Grid 328 Answer—Question 328 Letter Scavenger Hunt 329 Sound Effects 330 Guess the Word 330 Telephone 330 Running Dictation 331 Student Handout and Example 331 What Could Go Wrong? 331 Technology Connections 331 Attribution 332 Figure 332 Figure 33.1 Nine Box Grid 332 III Additional Key Strategies 333 34. Differentiation for ELLs in Mainstream Classes 335 What Is It? 335 Why We Like It 336 Supporting Research 336 Common Core Connections 336 Application 336 Dos and Don’ts 336 Newcomer in Class 340 What Could Go Wrong? 342 Technology Connections 343 Attribution 344 35. Supporting ELL Students with Interrupted Formal Education (SIFEs) 345 What Is It? 345 Why We Like It 346 Supporting Research 346 Common Core Connections 346 Application 346 Online Support 346 Phonics Instruction 347 Home Language Instruction 347 Encouragement, Patience, and Support 347 What Could Go Wrong? 348 Technology Connections 349 36. Culturally Responsive Teaching 351 What Is It? 351 Why We Like It 352 Supporting Research 352 Common Core Connections 352 Application 352 How Well Do I Know My Students? 352 Do My Words Reflect a Culturally Responsive Mind-Set When I Am Talking to Students and About Students? 353 How Are My Instructional Practices Culturally Responsive? 354 How Is the Curriculum I Am Using Culturally Responsive? 355 What Could Go Wrong? 356 Technology Connections 356 37. Peer Teaching and Learning 359 What Is It? 359 Why We Like It 359 Supporting Research 359 Common Core Connections 359 Application 360 Empathy Project 360 Peer Tutoring 361 Peer Mentoring 362 Sister Classes 362 Everyone Is a Teacher 363 Student Handouts and Examples 364 What Could Go Wrong? 364 Technology Connections 364 Attribution 365 Figures 366 Figure 37.1 Personal Story Outline 366 Figure 37.2 Story Sharing 367 Figure 37.3 Writing Prompt: Building Empathy 368 Figure 37.4 Story-Sharing Listening Chart 369 Figure 37.5 Peer Mentor Guidelines 370 Figure 37.6 Everyone Is a Teacher Poster 371 Figure 37.7 Everyone Is a Teacher Goal-Setting Chart 372 Figure 37.8 Student Example of Goal-Setting Chart 373 38. Co-Teaching 375 What Is It? 375 Why We Like It 375 Supporting Research 375 Common Core Connections 376 Application 376 Co-Teaching Don’ts and Dos 376 Technology Connection 378 Attribution 378 39. Working with Parents and Guardians 379 What Is It? 379 Why We Like It 379 Supporting Research 380 Common Core Connections 381 Application 381 Communicating with Parents 381 Supporting Parents 382 Inviting Families to Participate in Classroom Learning 383 What Could Go Wrong? 383 Technology Connections 384 Attribution 384 40. Learning Stations 385 What Is It? 385 Why We Like It 385 Supporting Research 385 Common Core Connections 385 Application 386 What Could Go Wrong? 387 Technology Connection 388 41. Beginning the School Year 389 What Is It? 389 Why We Like It 389 Supporting Research 389 Common Core Connections 390 Application 390 Greeting Students 390 Student Names 391 Course Expectations Activity 391 Letter Exchange 391 Partner Introductions 392 Student Handouts and Examples 395 What Could Go Wrong? 395 Technology Connections 395 Attribution 396 Figures 396 Figure 41.1 Course Expectations 396 Figure 41.2 Course Expectations Questions 398 Figure 41.3 Partner Introductions 399 Figure 41.4 My Summer 400 42. Ending the School Year 401 What Is It? 401 Why We Like It 401 Supporting Research 401 Common Core Connections 402 Application 402 Activities for the Last Few Months of School 402 Activities for the Last Few Days of School 405 Encouraging Summer Practice 407 Student Handouts and Examples 407 What Could Go Wrong? 408 Technology Connections 408 Attribution 409 Figures 409 Figure 42.1 Finishing Strong Goal Sheet 409 Figure 42.2 Lesson Plan 410 Figure 42.3 My Year Directions 412 Figure 42.4 Writing Improvement Rubric 413 Figure 42.5 Improvement Rubric Reflection Questions 414 43. Beginning and Ending of Class 415 What Is It? 415 Why We Like It 415 Supporting Research 416 Common Core Connections 416 Application 416 Do-Now Activities 416 Closure Activities 419 What Could Go Wrong? 421 Technology Connections 421 Attribution 422 44. Textbooks 423 What Is It? 423 Why We Like It 423 Supporting Research 424 Common Core Connections 424 Application 424 What Could Go Wrong? 426 Technology Connection 426 Attribution 426 45. Using Technology 427 What Is It? 427 Why We Like It 427 Supporting Research 428 Common Core Connections 428 Application 428 Teaching Others 429 Independent Study 429 Homework 431 Learning to Type and Use the Keyboard 432 Student Handouts and Examples 432 What Could Go Wrong? 432 Technology Connections 433 Attribution 433 Figures 434 Figure 45.1 Student-Led Lesson Plan 434 Figure 45.2 Lesson Guide 435 Figure 45.3 Weekly Computer Independent Study Plan 436 Figure 45.4 Personalized Learning Weekly Test 437 Figure 45.5 Daily Computer Plan & Reflection 439 Appendix: English Language Arts Standards—Anchor Standards 441 College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Reading 441 College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Writing 443 College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Speaking and Listening 444 College and Career Readiness Anchor Standards for Language 445 Technological Connections: Web Resources 447 References 461 Index 499
LARRY FERLAZZO teaches English, social studies, and International Baccalaureate Theory of Knowledge classes to English Language Learners and mainstream students at Luther Burbank High School in Sacramento, California. He has written eight previous books and has won numerous awards, including the Leadership For A Changing World Award from the Ford Foundation, and was the grand prize winner of the International Reading Association Award For Technology and Reading. KATIE HULL SYPNIESKI has worked with English language learners at the secondary level for 21 years in the Sacramento City Unified School District. She currently teaches middle school English language arts and English language development at Rosa Parks K–8 School. FERLAZZO and HULL SYPNIESKI are the coauthors of The ESL/ELL Teacher's Survival Guide and Navigating the Common Core with English Language Learners, both from Jossey-Bass/Wiley.
A Compendium of Teacher-Tested Instructional Strategies that Build on the Assets of English Language Learners As the number of English language learners continues to grow, The ELL Teacher's Toolbox offers teachers and staff development professionals a practical, research-based guide to the instructional strategies that are appropriate for all students learning English. Filled with innovative strategies developed by two in-the-trenches teachers and other education professionals, the book contains the teaching tactics, techniques, and methods that can be put to work immediately across content areas. The ELL Teacher's Toolbox includes 45 strategies that are designed to help teachers assist students to draw out the gifts and tools they already possess, and to provide them with new ones, so that they can move forward in their academic, social-emotional, and professional/economic lives. All the strategies promote a classroom culture of active learning and not passivity. The authors clearly explain how to apply the various strategies, offer helpful tips if something goes wrong, and include information on how to integrate technology. Written to be a timely and easy-to-apply resource, the book features ready-to-use lesson plans, reproducible handouts, and the most current research on the topic.

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