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Preparing every teacher to reach English learners : a practical guide for teacher educators / edited by Joyce W. Nutta, Kouider Mokhtari, Carine Strebel.

Contributor(s): Nutta, Joyce W [edt] | Mokhtari, Kouider [edt] | Strebel, Carine [edt].
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard Education Press, [2012]Copyright date: ©2012Description: 311 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781612501277 (pb.); 1612501273 (pb.); 9781612501284 (lib. ed.); 1612501281 (lib. ed.).Subject(s): English language -- Study and teaching -- Foreign speakers -- Methods | Teachers -- Training of -- CurriculaDDC classification: 428.0071
Contents:
preparing all teachers to address the language and content needs of English Learners [ELs] in mainstream classrooms -- EL infusion from theory to practice : the One Plus model. The characteristics of EL infusion -- The origins and evolution of the One Plus model of EL infusion -- A description of the One Plus model -- The process of EL content infusion -- Faculty development. -- Application of the One Plus model across selected disciplines. Infusing EL content into category 1+ courses : the learner and learning context: Sociocultural studies in education / Lauren B. Isaac and Richard A. Quantz -- Human development and learning in social and educational contexts / Darrel R. Davis -- Parent-child relations / Judith N. Levin -- The Exceptional Student Education (ESE) learner / Kim Stoddard -- Infusing EL content into category 2+ courses : developing and implementing curriculum, instruction, and assessment: Teaching strategies and classroom management / Social studies in the elementary school / Middle school science / Nazan U. Bautista -- Adolescent mathematics II / Michael Todd Edwards, Suzanne R. Harper, Nicholas Shay, and Jennifer Flory Edwards -- ESOL for physical education teachers / Keith Folse -- Math for all students / Kim Stoddard -- Infusing EL content into category 3+ courses : developing and implementing curriculum, instruction, and assessment for language arts and literacy: Practice and theory of teaching literature in the secondary schools Donna Niday -- Teaching the reading of young adult literature / Donna Niday -- Foundations of reading, language, and literacy / Melissa M. Schulz -- Developmental reading / Vissiliki Zygouris-Coe -- School leaders, counselors, and psychologists / Edwidge Crevecoeur-Bryant. Advanced practicum in the diagnostic-prescriptive teaching of exceptional children and youth / Michael F. Woodin -- Group procedures and theories of counseling / Leigh DeLorenzi and Glenn W. Limbie -- Organization and administration of instructional programs / Rosemarye T. Taylor -- Strengthening the curriculum by adding EL-specific coursework and related field experiences / Florin M. Mihai and N. Eleni Pappamihiel : English Learner interlanguage analysis -- A culturally responsive framework for evaluating EL-infused programs / Jeannie Ducher, Martha E. Castañeda, and Amy Fisher Young.
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Editors and contributors are from Iowa State University, Miami University, University of Central Florida, University of North Carolina, University of South Florida, and UT-Tyler University.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 283-293) and index.

Introduction : preparing all teachers to address the language and content needs of English Learners [ELs] in mainstream classrooms -- Part I. EL infusion from theory to practice : the One Plus model. The characteristics of EL infusion -- The origins and evolution of the One Plus model of EL infusion -- A description of the One Plus model -- The process of EL content infusion -- Faculty development. -- Part II. Application of the One Plus model across selected disciplines. Infusing EL content into category 1+ courses : the learner and learning context: Sample Course 1. Sociocultural studies in education / Lauren B. Isaac and Richard A. Quantz -- Sample course 2. Human development and learning in social and educational contexts / Darrel R. Davis -- Sample course 3. Parent-child relations / Judith N. Levin -- Sample course 4. The Exceptional Student Education (ESE) learner / Kim Stoddard -- Infusing EL content into category 2+ courses : developing and implementing curriculum, instruction, and assessment: Sample course 1. Teaching strategies and classroom management / Cynthia J. Hutchinson -- Sample course 2. Social studies in the elementary school / William B. Russell III -- Sample course 3. Middle school science / Nazan U. Bautista -- Sample course 4. Adolescent mathematics II / Michael Todd Edwards, Suzanne R. Harper, Nicholas Shay, and Jennifer Flory Edwards -- Sample course 5. ESOL for physical education teachers / Keith Folse -- Sample course 6. Math for all students / Kim Stoddard -- Infusing EL content into category 3+ courses : developing and implementing curriculum, instruction, and assessment for language arts and literacy: Sample course 1. Practice and theory of teaching literature in the secondary schools Donna Niday -- Sample course 2. Teaching the reading of young adult literature / Donna Niday -- Sample course 3. Foundations of reading, language, and literacy / Melissa M. Schulz -- Sample course 4. Developmental reading / Vissiliki Zygouris-Coe -- School leaders, counselors, and psychologists / Edwidge Crevecoeur-Bryant. Sample course 1. Advanced practicum in the diagnostic-prescriptive teaching of exceptional children and youth / Michael F. Woodin -- Sample course 2. Group procedures and theories of counseling / Leigh DeLorenzi and Glenn W. Limbie -- Sample course 3. Organization and administration of instructional programs / Rosemarye T. Taylor -- Strengthening the curriculum by adding EL-specific coursework and related field experiences / Florin M. Mihai and N. Eleni Pappamihiel : Sample field experience project : English Learner interlanguage analysis -- A culturally responsive framework for evaluating EL-infused programs / Jeannie Ducher, Martha E. Castañeda, and Amy Fisher Young.

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Joyce W. Nutta is an associate professor and the ESOL/Foreign Language Education and TESOL PhD Track Coordinator at the University of Central Florida College of Education. Kouider Mokhtari is the Anderson-Vukelja-Wright Endowed Professor of Education at the School of Education at the University of Texas at Tyler. Carine Strebel is an accreditation and program approval specialist at the University of Central Florida College of Education.

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