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ERIC Number: ED429439
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1996
Pages: 130
Abstractor: 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)
Publication Type: Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Practitioners; Teachers
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
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.