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xiv, 242 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
Now available in a revised and expanded edition, this accessible guide introduces readers to the issues and controversies surrounding the education of language minority students in the United States. What makes this book a perennial favorite are the succinct descriptions of alternative practices for transforming our schools and students' futures, such as building on students' home languages and literacy practices, incorporating curricular and pedagogical innovations, using proven-effective approaches to parent engagement, and employing alternative assessment tools. The authors have updated their bestseller to reflect recent shifts in policies, programs, and practices due to globalization and the changing economy demographic trends and new research on EL pedagogy. A totally new chapter highlights multimedia and multimodal instructional possibilities for engaging EL students. This Second Edition is essential reading for all teachers of language-minority students, as well as principals, superintendents, and policymakers.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780807758854 20180717
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-264E-01
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xvii, 344 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
  • Language stories
  • Our bilingual classrooms
  • Welcoming home languages
  • Equity at the center
  • Families and communities
  • Policy and advocacy.
This book shows the many ways that teachers bring students' home languages into their classroom--from powerful examples of social justice curriculum taught by bilingual teachers to ideas and strategies for how to honor students' languages in schools with no bilingual program. We see bilingual educators work to keep equity at the center and to build solidarity among diverse communities. Teachers and students speak to the tragedy of language loss but also about the inspiring work to revitalize languages on the brink of disappearance and to defend and expand bilingual education programs.
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-264E-01
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xix, 196 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm
  • Part I. Dynamic bilingualism at school
  • Translanguaging classrooms : contexts and purposes
  • Language practices and the translanguaging classroom framework
  • Documenting students' dynamic bilingualism
  • Part II. Translanguaging pedagogy
  • Translanguaging stance
  • Translanguaging design in instruction
  • Translanguaging design in assessment
  • Translanguaging pedagogy in action
  • Part III. Reimagining teaching and learning through translanguaging
  • Standards in the translanguaging classroom
  • Content-area literacy in the translanguaging classroom
  • Biliteracy in the translanguaging classroom
  • Biliteracy in the translanguaging classroom
  • Socioemotional well-being and social justice.
"Shows teachers how to strategically navigate the dynamic flow of bilingual students' language practices to (1) enable students to engage with and comprehend complex content and texts, (2) develop students' linguistic practices for academic contexts, (3) draw on students' bilingualism and bilingual ways of understanding, and (2) support students' socioemotional development and advance social justice"--Provided by the publisher.
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-264E-01
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xii, 235 pages ; 23 cm
  • CONTENTS Foreword Ricardo Otheguy Acknowledgements Introduction PART I: TRANSLANGUAGING THEORY AND A PROJECT Chapter 1 Translanguaging Theory in Education Ofelia Garcia and Tatyana Kleyn Chapter 2 A Translanguaging Educational Project Ofelia Garcia and Tatyana Kleyn PART II: THE CASE STUDIES Chapter 3 Student Voices Shining Through: Exploring translanguaging as a literary device Ann E. Ebe with Charene Chapman-Santiago Chapter 4 Balancing Windows and Mirrors: Translanguaging in a linguistically diverse classroom Heather H. Woodley with Andrew Brown Chapter 5 The Grupito Flexes their Listening and Learning Muscles Tatyana Kleyn with Hulda Yau Chapter 6 Declaring Freedom: Translanguaging in the social studies classroom to understand complex texts Brian A. Collins and Maria Cioe Pena Chapter 7 Navigating Turbulent Waters: Translanguaging to support academic and socio-emotional well-being Kate Seltzer and Brian A. Collins with Katrina Mae Angeles Chapter 8 Reclaiming Bilingualism: Translanguaging in a science class Cecilia M. Espinosa and Luz Yadira Herrera with Claudia Montoya Gaudreau PART III: IMPLICATIONS FOR POLICY AND PRACTICE Chapter 9 A Translanguaging Education Policy: Disruptions and creating spaces of possibility Ofelia Garcia and Tatyana Kleyn Chapter 10 Setting the Path: Implications for teachers and teacher educators Tatyana Kleyn Conclusion Afterword Kate Menken and Maria Teresa (Maite) Sanchez List of Contributors.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138906983 20181008
Looking closely at what happens when translanguaging is actively taken up to teach emergent bilingual students across different contexts, this book focuses on how it is already happening in classrooms as well as how it can be implemented as a pedagogical orientation. It extends theoretical understandings of the concept and highlights its promises and challenges. Using a Transformative Action Research design, six empirically grounded ethnographic case studies describe how translanguaging is used in lesson designs and in the spontaneous moves made by teachers and students during specific teaching moments. The cases shed light on two questions: How, when, and why is translanguaging taken up or resisted by students and teachers? What does its use mean for them? Although grounded in a U.S. context, and specifically in classrooms in New York State, Translanguaging with Multilingual Students links findings and theories to different global contexts to offer important lessons for educators worldwide.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138906983 20181008
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-264E-01
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xvi, 200 pages ; 28 cm
  • What is literacy squared?
  • Part I. Instruction : teaching within a holistic biliteracy framework
  • Oracy
  • Reading
  • Writing
  • Metalanguage
  • Part II. Assessment : monitoring trajectories for biliteracy in reading and writing
  • Reading assessment
  • Writing assessment
  • Part III. Lesson planning : creating holistic biliteracy lessons and units
  • Putting it all together : creating comprehensive biliteracy lessons
  • A kindergarten biliteracy unit
  • Grade 5 expository text unit.
Biliteracy from the Start: Literacy Squared in Action shows bilingual education teachers, administrators, and leadership teams how to plan, implement, monitor, and strengthen biliteracy instruction that builds on students' linguistic resources in two languages, beginning in kindergarten. Escamilla and her team present a holistic biliteracy framework that is at the heart of their action-oriented Literacy Squared school-based project. Teachers learn to develop holistic biliteracy instruction units, lesson plans, and assessments that place Spanish and English side by side. Educators also learn to teach to students' potential within empirically based, scaffolded, biliteracy zones and to support emerging bilinguals' trajectories toward biliteracy. -- Provided by publisher.
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-264E-01
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viii, 417 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-264E-01
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40 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Sylvia Mendez, an eight-year-old girl of Mexican-Puerto Rican heritage, played an instrumental role in the "Mendez vs. Westminster" case, the landmark desegregation case of 1946. Mendez grew up during a time when most schools were segregated. In the case of California, Hispanics were not allowed to attend schools that were designated for "Whites" only and were sent to so-called "Mexican schools." Although an American citizen who spoke perfect English, Mendez was denied enrollment to a "Whites" only school, an event which prompted her parents to take action, organise various sectors of the Hispanic community and file a lawsuit in the local federal court. The success of their actions would eventually bring an end to the era of segregated education.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781419710544 20160618
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-264E-01
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xiv, 174 pages ; 27 cm
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-264E-01
Book
xvii 262 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • El contexto para desarrollar la lectoescritura de los estudiantes bilingües
  • La concepción de la lectura como el reconocimiento de palabras
  • La concepción sociopsicolingüística de la lectura
  • La historia de la enseñanza de la lectoescritura en español y en inglés
  • Los métodos para enseñar la lectura en español
  • El enfoque basado en principios para la enseñanza de la lectura
  • La enseñanza efectiva de la escritura
  • Las etapas y los niveles del desarrollo de la escritura
  • La enseñanza temática para desarrollar la lectoescritura en dos idiomas.
Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-264E-01
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Education Library (Cubberley)
EDUC-149-01, EDUC-249-01, EDUC-264E-01