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Series Introduction Part 1 Your English Language Learner, Tony Erben 1.1 Orientation 1.2 The Process of English Language Learning and What to Expect 1.3 Deciding on the Best ESOL Program 1.4 Teaching for English Language Development 1.5 Not All ELLs are the Same 1.6 Culturally Responsive Pedagogy 1.7 Not All Parents are the Same: Home-School Communication 1.8 English Language Learners with Special Needs Part 2 What We Know From Research 2.1 Principles of Science Teaching and Learning 2.2 Science-Focused ESOL Research 2.3 Supporting Communication in Content Instruction for ELLs 2.4 Stages of Second Language Acquisition 2.5 Adapting Direct Instruction, Inquiry-Based Learning, and Assessment 2.6 Supporting ELLs' Academic Language Development in Science Part 3 Teaching Science Overview 3.1 Teaching Science to ELLs at Secondary Grade Levels 3.2 PreK-12 English Language Proficiency Standards for Science 3.3 Culturally and Linguistically Congruent Instruction and Assessment 3. 4 Science and Culturally Relevant Teaching 3.5 Classroom-based Science Assessment at the Secondary Level 3.6 Life Science 3.7 Physical Science 3.8 Earth and Space Science 3.9 Science as Inquiry 3.10 History and Nature of Science 3.11 Personal and Social Perspectives in Science 3.12 Science and Technology 3.13 Unifying Concepts and Processes Resources Internet Resources for Teachers Literature for Teachers Materials for Teachers Resources for Students References Index
Joyce W. Nutta is an Associate Professor of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Education and the ESOL Co-ordinator of the College of Education at the University of Central Florida. Nazan U. Bautista is an Assistant Professor of Science Education in the Department of Teacher Education at Miami University. Malcolm B. Butler is an Associate Professor of Science Education at the University of South Florida in St. Petersburg, Florida.
"Teaching Science to English Language Learners is a good combination of theoretical background and practical ideas that will serve science teachers well!As the United States becomes increasingly diverse, it is important that science teachers have the knowledge and skills to meet the needs of all students. Teaching Science to English Language Learners provides an important piece of this knowledge by effectively bringing together and contextualizing key principles that must be considered when teaching science to ELLs."--Teachers College Record