Subject Literacy in Culturally Diverse Secondary Schools: Supporting Eal Learners

Author:   Dr Esther Daborn ,  Dr Sally Zacharias ,  Dr Hazel Crichton
Publisher:   Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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9781350073937


Pages:   256
Publication Date:   09 January 2020
Format:   Hardback
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Author:   Dr Esther Daborn ,  Dr Sally Zacharias ,  Dr Hazel Crichton
Publisher:   Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
Imprint:   Bloomsbury Academic
ISBN:  

9781350073937


ISBN 10:   1350073938
Pages:   256
Publication Date:   09 January 2020
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Hardback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   Manufactured on demand   Availability explained
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Preface: Who is the book for and what does it cover? Glossary of Terms 1. Why does every good teacher need knowledge about language to support subject literacy? 2. What is it like to be an EAL learner? 3. How is language used to present and discuss knowledge in my subject? 4. How can I support EAL learners to engage with new knowledge in challenging texts? 5. What are the key principles for adapting pedagogical tasks and tests to suit the EAL learner? 6. What constitutes 'useful feedback' to support EAL learner literacy development? 7. How can I monitor progress and plan progression in subject literacy? References Index

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A much-needed volume that provides a coherent conceptual framework for extending the teaching of grammar and literacy into the secondary school context. It provides subject teachers, and those delivering ITE and CPD programmes with excellent examples of how teachers can make explicit language used to express knowledge in their particular subjects. * Urszula Clark, Professor of English and Linguistics, Aston University, UK *


A much-needed volume that provides a coherent conceptual framework for extending the teaching of grammar and literacy into the secondary school context. It provides subject teachers, and those delivering ITE and CPD programmes with excellent examples of how teachers can make explicit language used to express knowledge in their particular subjects. * Urszula Clark, Professor of English and Linguistics, Aston University, UK * This book is long overdue and fills a gap in understanding how to develop non-native speaker (and native speaker) learners' academic English in the secondary classroom. The strategies will be invaluable for teachers of all subjects in the secondary as well as for teacher educators, working with secondary student teachers. * Daniele Flament-Boistrancourt, Emeritus Professor, Universite Paris-Nanterre, France *


A much-needed volume that provides a coherent conceptual framework for extending the teaching of grammar and literacy into the secondary school context. It provides subject teachers, and those delivering ITE and CPD programmes with excellent examples of how teachers can make explicit the language used to express knowledge in their particular subjects. * Urszula Clark, Professor of English and Linguistics, Aston University, UK * This book is long overdue and fills a gap in understanding how to develop non-native speaker (and native speaker) learners' academic English in the secondary classroom. The strategies will be invaluable for teachers of all subjects in the secondary as well as for teacher educators, working with secondary student teachers. * Daniele Flament-Boistrancourt, Emeritus Professor, Universite Paris-Nanterre, France *


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Esther Daborn is Lecturer in Educational Linguistics and teacher education in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow, UK. She has taught English as a first and as a second language in mainstream classrooms in the UK and East Africa. She has extensive experience of working with international students preparing English for Academic Purposes (EAP) to study at university and has prepared and delivered a number of in-service teacher's courses. Sally Zacharias is Associate Teaching Fellow in TESOL and teacher education in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow, UK. She has taught English as a second language in the UK, Germany and France and is a trained science teacher (Content and Language Integrated Learning specialism). Hazel Crichton is Lecturer in Modern Languages Education in the School of Education at the University of Glasgow, UK. She taught French, German and Spanish in UK secondary schools for 30 years.

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