Issue Archive

Vol. 03, Number 02, Winter 2011

Vol. 03, Number 02, Winter 2011

  1. Editor's Note
  2. Preparing Preservice Teachers to Address the Disproportionality of ELLs in Exceptional Education Programs
  3. Dramatic Differences: The Power of Playbuilding for Young English Language Learners
  4. Technology and Language Teaching: A Conversation with Dr. James May

Vol. 04, Number 01, Summer 2012

Vol. 04, Number 01, Summer 2012

  1. Editor's Note
  2. Benefits and Challenges of Co-teaching English Learners in one Elementary School in Transition
  3. Essay Review: Implications for Educators of Daniel Everett’s Language: The Cultural Tool
  4. New Book Publication Announcement

Vol. 03, Number 02, Winter 2011

Vol. 03, Number 02, Winter 2011

  1. From the Editors
  2. The Evolution, Experiences, and Lessons Learned with ESOL Infusion in Florida
  3. Infusing EL Content into a Sociocultural Studies in Education Course
  4. Infusing EL Content into a Foundations Course
  5. Infusing EL Content and Instruction into English Education Courses
  6. Preparing Teacher Candidates to Meet the Needs of English Language Learners: The TELLs Certificate

Vol. 03, Number 01, Summer 2011

V03n01

  1. Preservice Teachers’ Perceptions of their Knowledge, Skills and Attitudes toward Working with English Language Learners in Mainstream Classrooms
  2. Biliteracy in Two Older Adopted Salvadoran Children
  3. Enhancing Reading Proficiency in English Language Learners
  4. Book Review of Differentiating Instruction and Assessment for English Language Learners: A Guide for K-12 Teachers

Vol. 02, Number 01, Winter 2010

V02n01

Deciding When to Step In and When to Back Off: Culturally Mediated Writing Instruction for Adolescent English Learners
An article providing a framework for when a teacher should "step in to provide support for a student” and to “back off and let students work independently” depending on their students’ needs.
“You Got the Word Now”: Problematizing Vocabulary-Based Academic Language Instruction for English Learners in Science
An article describing how teachers' understanding of infusing language into science teaching can shape instructional practices and consequently influence the simultaneous English language development and science learning of English Learner students.
Book Review: Teaching reading to English language learners: Insights from linguistics.

Vol. 01, Number 01, Winter 2009

V01n01

A study of optimism among Latinos in a successful urban school
A study investigating how to develop and sustain optimism among students often considered academically at-risk.
Vocabulary Development in the Science Classroom: Using Hypermedia Authoring to Support English Learners
A study investigating the the impact of authoring hypermedia projects on the academic vocabulary development of middle school, ESL students.
Building a community for migrant education services through family literacy and farm worker outreach
An article offering a vision for creating a multi-purpose resource center that serves the cultural, linguistic, and literacy needs of migrant families with the goal of enhancing the education of migrant workers.
Home to school transitions: A Guatemalan family portrait
A study detailing how bilingualism and cultural assimilation influences literacy development in immigrant children.