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Preparing Teachers to Work with ELLs in Mainstream Classroom
Luciana C. de Oliveira and Mike Yough

This book is for educators who are looking for innovative ways to prepare teachers for ELLs and positions teachers to empower these students and is aimed at preparing teachers in contexts that do not have historically large numbers of ELLs, but have had high rates of recent growth. Co-published with Information Age Publishing

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Common Core State Standards in Language Arts, Grades 6-12
Luciana C DeOliveira, Marshall Klassen, and Michael Maune

This book enables teachers to support Grades 6-12 ELLs as they meet ambitious Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts. It provides concrete ideas for engaging language learners in a range of intellectually rich tasks designed to sharpen their content knowledge and academic English.

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Teaching Adults English in the Digital World
Glenda Rose

Perspectives on Teaching Adults English in the Digital World presents an overview of adult ESL online in the USA illustrating a number of important points, and focuses on teaching and learning English online, specifically at the tertiary level in the US. The book also presents a clear and concise summary, this time of adult education and workplace English language learning and teaching online in the US.

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Teaching English at the U.S.-Mexico Border
Alfredo Urzúa

Dr. Urzúa highlights some of the reasons for creating this book: "a substantial body of research highlights the important role played by contextual factors in second and foreign language learning, including aspects such as contact with the target language and culture, learners' experiences and interactions in the language, and the specific characteristics of the learning setting".

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Teaching English at the University Level in Colombia
Kathleen A Corrales, Erica Ferrer Arizia, and Lourdes Rey Paba

A great deal has changed in the four decades in terms of English language teaching in Colombia, which puts this book, in many ways, at the interface of where ELT in Colombia was, where it is now, and where it could be headed in the immediate future.

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More Than a Native Speaker, Revised Edition
Snow, Don

This is a printed book. It is also available in an eBook format for Kindle and Apple and Android.

This book accelerates the process of learning English language teaching by offering a nontechnical introduction to ELT geared toward native-English-speaking teachers working outside their home countries.

The CCSS in English Language Arts for Grades K•5
Pam Spycher

This is an exciting time to be a teacher. The Common Core State Standards have invigorated the teaching profession.

Paper to Practice: Using the TESOL ELP Standards in PreK-12
Gottlieb, Margo; Katz, Anne and Ernst-Slavit, Gisela

This is a printed book. It is also available in an eBook format for Kindle and Apple and Android.

Paper to Practice offers a wealth of information and ideas for educators seeking to infuse the TESOL English language proficiency standards into curriculum, instruction, and assessment.

PreK-12 English Language Proficiency Standards
[an augmentation of the WIDA English Language Proficiency Standards]

This is a printed book. It is also available in an eBook format for Kindle and Apple and Android.

These standards provide an invaluable resource for all English language educators and a model for states and districts. They represent a starting point for developing effective and equitable education for ESOL students.

Fostering International Student Success in Higher Education
S. Shapiro, R. Farrelly, Z. Tomas

College faculty and TAs are often unfamiliar with the experiences of international students coming from non-English-speaking countries who are relatively new to the U.S context.