Getting Started with English Language Learners: How Educators Can Meet the Challenge is written for teachers, administrators, board of education members, and teacher trainers in the United States who are responsible for educating the growing number of English language learners (ELLs) in our public schools. The book’s aim is to help you provide an effective learning environment for ELLs.
Judie Haynes shares her experience and knowledge from years of helping English language learners understand not only English and academic content but also the customs, history, and mores of United States culture that help students become active participants in their schools and communities. She provides educators with an engaging, hands-on, practical resource that can be used by all professionals who are working with English language learners. Classroom teachers and content-area teachers will ﬁnd a menu of different strategies
and techniques that can be used with all learners, whether students are native English speakers or English language learners.