ERIC Number: ED429439
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996
Reference Count: N/A
Teaching Reading and Writing to ESL Learners (K-8). An ERIC-Based Resource Document for Teachers.
Goodman, Ellen, Comp.; Hevia, Mary, Comp.
This collection of papers on English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) reading and writing instruction includes: "The Use of the Newspaper in Teaching ESL Students" (Andrea Bittman); "Using a Combination of Life Experience Stories and Other Types of Stories To Teach the Writing Process and Build Self Confidence within the ESL Student" (Kathy Brightman); "Dialog and Buddy Journals Help Teach ESL Students To Read and Write Successfully" (Abby Brown); "How the Arts Can Help Teach ESL Students How To Read and Write" (Daniela Coloma); "Teaching Reading/Writing to ESL Children Through Whole Language" (Deborah Frankson); "Teaching Spelling to Speakers of Other Languages" (Joseph Perez); "Reading and Writing and How They Relate" (Tami Rosenstein); "The Use of Portfolio Assessment with ESL Learners To Promote Literacy" (Ellen Goodman); "How To Assess the L2 Writing Process" (Betsy Gorman); "An Examination of the Issues Regarding ESL Children with Special Educational Needs and Its Relationship to Their Ability To Acquire Communication Skills--Specially Reading, Writing and Oral Skills" (Kathleen Freehill); "Multimedia & Technology in the ESL Classroom" (Annabelle nAfanador); "How Computers Have Affected Reading/Writing Instruction in ESL" (Alexandra Gargaglione); "The Benefits of Audiotaped Books for Teaching Reading to English as a Second Language Students" (Suzanne Miller); and "Technology Assisted Second Language Reading and Writing Instruction" (Allison Rattner). (MSE)
Descriptors: Art Activities, Audiotape Recordings, Classroom Techniques, Communication Skills, Computer Assisted Instruction, Dialog Journals, Educational Technology, Elementary Education, English (Second Language), Instructional Materials, Journal Writing, Literacy Education, Multimedia Instruction, Newspapers, Personal Narratives, Portfolios (Background Materials), Reading Instruction, Second Language Instruction, Self Esteem, Special Education, Speech Skills, Spelling Instruction, Story Telling, Student Evaluation, Student Journals, Student Needs, Teaching Methods, Whole Language Approach, Writing Evaluation, Writing Instruction
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Authoring Institution: Hofstra Univ., Hempstead, NY.
Note: Produced by 14 students as a class project in ELED 225, "Teaching English as a Second Language" in the Fall of 1996, under the direction of Nancy Cloud, instructor.