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The Abc Of Teaching Diverse Learners, Vicky Giouroukakis Ph.D., Andrea Honigsfeld Ed.D. Feb 2018

The Abc Of Teaching Diverse Learners, Vicky Giouroukakis Ph.D., Andrea Honigsfeld Ed.D.

Andrea Honigsfeld

As the impending Common Core State Standards (CCSS) seem sure to entail even more assessment in most states, there are increasing demands for teachers to adequately prepare all their students to meet the new standards and achieve passing scores on high-stakes, standardized state assessments. Teachers around the U.S. today are facing new standards, new assessments, and new curricula that they will need to study and incorporate quickly in order to comply with state and federal requirements while doing their best to provide quality education for all of their students.


Success With Ell's: Writing In The Esl Classroom: Confessions Of A Guilty Teacher, Susan R. Adams Jul 2014

Success With Ell's: Writing In The Esl Classroom: Confessions Of A Guilty Teacher, Susan R. Adams

Susan Adams

"Success with ELLs" suggests effective approaches to teaching English language learners in ways that can be of benefit to all students in mainstream middle and high school English classes.


Morality, Relationality, And Listening Pedagogy In Language Education, Bradley Baurain Dec 2010

Morality, Relationality, And Listening Pedagogy In Language Education, Bradley Baurain

Bradley Baurain

Listening pedagogy in language education treats listening proficiency almost exclusively as a function or skill, the purpose of which is to generate products or outcomes desired by language users. Though listening is rhetorically acknowledged to be an active and complex process of making meanings within contexts and relationships, in practice teacher education and pedagogical discourse treat listening simply as a linguistic transaction and listening pedagogy as a technical and instrumental process of skill building, with the goal of enabling learners fluently to perform such transactions. Such a means-to-ends orientation, however, is inadequate or insufficient to encompass holistic moral and relational ...


Voices, Identities, Negotiations, And Conflicts: Writing Academic English Across Cultures, Bradley Baurain, Ha Phan Dec 2010

Voices, Identities, Negotiations, And Conflicts: Writing Academic English Across Cultures, Bradley Baurain, Ha Phan

Bradley Baurain

No abstract provided.


Course Design And Teacher Development In Vietnam: A Diary Project, Bradley Baurain Dec 2009

Course Design And Teacher Development In Vietnam: A Diary Project, Bradley Baurain

Bradley Baurain

No abstract provided.


A Faith-Based Case For The Dream Act, Bradley Baurain Dec 2009

A Faith-Based Case For The Dream Act, Bradley Baurain

Bradley Baurain

No abstract provided.


Multilevel And Diverse Classrooms, Bradley Baurain, Ha Phan Dec 2009

Multilevel And Diverse Classrooms, Bradley Baurain, Ha Phan

Bradley Baurain

No abstract provided.


Christian Witness And Respect For Persons, Bradley Baurain Dec 2006

Christian Witness And Respect For Persons, Bradley Baurain

Bradley Baurain

Respect for persons has been widely acknowledged and discussed as a key moral dimension in education and teaching English to speakers of other languages. Christians believe in this value, particularly as it is articulated within scripture and tradition. Recent critics, however, seem to perceive a basic incompatibility between a Christian religious imperative to bear witness to one’s faith and a moral imperative to respect other persons. Beginning from an argument that all teaching is teaching for change, this essay makes a case that the two are not only not contradictory, but in fact should be consanguineous. Key issues explored ...


Small Group Multitasking In Literature Classes, Bradley Baurain Dec 2006

Small Group Multitasking In Literature Classes, Bradley Baurain

Bradley Baurain

Faced with the challenge of teaching American literature to large, multilevel classes in Vietnam, the writer developed a flexible small group framework called ‘multitasking’. ‘Multitasking’ sets up stable task categories which rotate among small groups from lesson to lesson. This framework enabled students to work cooperatively in a variety of formats and the teacher to generate a wide range of materials and activities efficiently. It also spurred students to develop more independent learning skills and the teacher to experiment more freely with new techniques. In a narrative and reflective format, in terms both of what he expected and what he ...


Solving The Multilevel Dilemma, Bradley Baurain Dec 2004

Solving The Multilevel Dilemma, Bradley Baurain

Bradley Baurain

No abstract provided.


Learning And Enjoying Literature In English, Bradley Baurain Dec 1999

Learning And Enjoying Literature In English, Bradley Baurain

Bradley Baurain

No abstract provided.