This guidebook offers powerful, concrete ways to engage all middle and high school students -- especially English learners and students with other special needs -- in successful learning. Teachers will benefit from the practical, evidence-based approaches for teaching standards-based content in any subject area. School and district leaders will benefit from the sustainable schoolwide and districtwide practices that respect diversity and support inclusion. Authors John Carr and Sharen Bertrando provide invaluable insight, tools, and strategies, including: An effective framework for teaching diverse learners in any core discipline Specific steps and resources for helping students organize concepts, develop appropriate use of academic language, and communicate ideas effectively Rubrics identifying key characteristics of five English language proficiency levels, along with teaching strategies appropriate for each Methods for scaffolding assessments to ensure every student has a fair and accurate way to communicate what he or she is learning A lesson plan template for combining and putting into practice all of the ideas, approaches, and tools included in this guidebookAlso, ita#39;s normal for anyone to make some mistakes when speaking; even a college professor giving a practiced lecture will ... Tony says, aMy group saw Diet Pepsi explode when we put MentosAr in the bottle.a The teacher asks, aDid it explode like a bomb or eruptlike a volcano? ... The teacher provides implicit feedback on verb tense, saying, aYes, your group observedthe soda erupt, a and she writes thisanbsp;...
|Title||:||Teaching English Learners and Students with Learning Difficulties in an Inclusive Classroom|
|Author||:||John W. Carr, Sharen Bertrando|
|Publisher||:||WestEd - 2012-05|