Using the Language Experience Approach with English Language Learners: Strategies for Engaging Students and Developing Literacy
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Beschreibung'Nessel and Dixon show teachers how to effectively support English language development by using the Language Experience Approach.'ùDavid E. Freeman and Yvonne S. Freeman, Professors of Literacy, ESL, and Bilingual EducationThe University of Texas at Brownsville'Provides the tools teachers need to use this natural way of helping English Language Learners. The Language Experience Approach makes language and language arts accessible to the students in need of basic skills.'ùRoberta E. Dorr, Associate Professor of EducationTrinity University, WASupport ELLs while meeting the goals of your literacy curriculum!English Language Learners (ELLs) enter the classroom with different levels of proficiencyùand confidenceùin English. The Language Experience Approach offers Kû12 teachers an instructional framework and classroom strategies for meeting students at their level and helping them use their strengths as speakers and listeners to build reading and writing skills. Research-based and used successfully in practice, this method actively engages students by allowing them to construct their own texts and bring their personal experiences into the learning process. The authors:Offer detailed, step-by-step directions for using the Language Experience Approach in English language instructionInclude examples of the kinds of texts that are generated by ELL students Describe activities teachers can use with those texts to refine and extend learners' literacy skillsAppropriate for teaching students at varying levels of English proficiency, Using the Language Experience Approach With English Language Learners is a valuable reference for teachers, literacy coaches, and reading specialists.
About the Authors
Introduction to the Language Experience Approach
1. The Value of LEA for English Language Learners: An Overview
2. Reading From Experience for Beginners
3. Reading From Experience for Intermediate Students
4. Reading From Experience for Advanced Students
5. Vocabulary and Word Recognition in an LEA Program
6. Writing in an LEA Program
7. Putting It All Together
Appendix A: LEA and State Standards
PortraitDenise Nessel is an associate of the National Urban Alliance for Effective Education (NUA), where she focuses on teaching reading and writing as thinking processes in grades K-12. She has worked as a secondary English teacher, elementary reading specialist, reading clinician, university professor, district-level curriculum supervisor, co-director of a statewide staff development project, curriculum manager at educational software companies, and consultant to schools around the country and abroad. Nessel has conducted numerous workshops and demonstration lessons for teachers and administrators and has served as a consultant and writer for educational publishers and multimedia firms. She has written several books and classroom resources for teachers and a number of articles for professional journals.
Pressestimmen"Offers K-12 teachers in ESL a basic instructional method for meeting students at their different levels and helping them use listening skills to build reading skills. An outstanding approach ESL teachers will relish."
Untertitel: Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: CORWIN PR INC
Erscheinungsdatum: April 2008
Seitenanzahl: 171 Seiten