By Angela L Carrasquillo
The e-book addresses the curricular, educational, and evaluation wishes of higher grade effortless academics who're suffering to advertise literacy improvement of their English language newcomers. those scholars have already been transitioned, but fight with the elevated literacy calls for within the higher grades.
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Extra info for Beyond the Beginnings: Literacy Interventions for Upper Elementary English Language Learners (Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 46)
Although ‘transitioned,’ a substantial number of these students continue to experience difficulty with academic English literacy 32 40 Carrasquillo 2nd proof, Wordworks 0870 740 7725 11 March 2004 22:06:11 Color profile: Disabled Composite Default screen MOVING BEYOND THE TRANSITION 33 throughout their school careers (Gersten, 1996). And it has been well documented that literacy abilities are highly correlated with academic success and school retention rates (Garcia, 1992). These difficulties are compounded by the fact that in upper elementary grades – where many of these students are found – literacy becomes the primary mode of transmitting information.
The English speakers enjoy trying to learn the words in the other languages and, when they see the posted signs, the bilingual children feel that their native languages are valued by the teacher. Carlos and Lily receive ESL instruction in a pull-out program and Ms Jackson tries to make accommodations so that they will not feel left out of the activities that the class is engaged in while they are out of the room. Sometimes this means that Ms Jackson will make an audiotape of a book that the class has read so that Carlos and Lily can follow along as a read aloud; at other times, English-proficient students may work with them.
Sentences read and written tend to be simple semantic and syntactic structures. Sentences read and written become more varied, reflecting complex semantic and syntactic structures. A limited range of vocabulary is encountered, based largely on the child’s spoken language. A wider range of vocabulary is encountered; more use of technical and disciplinary terms and concepts not found in child’s spoken language. Reading and writing about known concepts and ideas. Reading and writing about new concepts and ideas.
Beyond the Beginnings: Literacy Interventions for Upper Elementary English Language Learners (Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 46) by Angela L Carrasquillo