This second edition updates the myths the authors challenged in the first book as well as addressing new ones that have arisen since, and discuss how teachers of ELLs can ensure that their students will fare well in the era of No Child Left Behind.--[book cover]In these situations, the subject matter content is aligned with comparable content for that grade level. ... projects or content units of study (e.g., a unit on westward movement may be followed by a unit on magnetism or world religions). ... However, if students are entering an English-medium school for the first time and are not kindergartners, there is a lot of content that they ... For example, Sheltered Instruction (SI) and Specially Designed Academic Instruction (SDAI) classes have beenanbsp;...
|Title||:||Myths and Realities|
|Author||:||Katharine Davies Samway, Denise McKeon|
|Publisher||:||Heinemann Educational Books - 2007|