Teaching English Language Learners in Mainstream Classes addresses English language learning (ELL) pedagogical practices and will be particularly useful for mainstream teachers who have limited experience working with EAL/D (English as an additional language/dialect) students. It begins by considering general ELL and EAL/D theory and later examines specific theories in the areas of oracy, reading and writing. Many examples in the book are illustrated with authentic and recent student work samples. This book also helps readers to plan an effective ELL program for the diverse needs of English language learners.
EAL/D coordinators and leaders
Early career educators
Instructional, Curriculum and Pedagogy Leaders
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