Content-Based Instruction in Primary and Secondary School Settings

Content-based instruction (CBI) challenges English language educators to teach English using materials that learners encounter in their regular subject-area classes. This volume helps ESL and EFL teachers meet that challenge by providing them with creative ways to integrate English language learning with the content that students study at primary and secondary schools.

Authors: Dorit Kaufman and JoAnn Crandall, Editors

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Product No.: 174
Pages: 248
ISBN: 1-931185-17-4
Year: 2005
Price: $32.95 (member $24.95)

Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
Series Editor's Preface

CHAPTER 1: Standards- and Content-Based Instruction: Transforming Language Education in Primary and Secondary Schools (PDF)
Dorit Kaufman and JoAnn (Jodi) Crandall

PART 1: PARTNERSHIPS AND CONSTRUCTIVIST NOTIONSIN CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION

CHAPTER 2: Keeping Content at the Heart of Content-Based Instruction: Access and Support for Transitional English Learners
George C. Bunch, Rachel A. Lotan, Guadalupe Valdes, and Elizabeth G. Cohen

CHAPTER 3: Pickles, Proverbs, and Play: Finding Out About Ourselves and Others
Valerie S. Jakar

CHAPTER 4: Collaborating on the Curriculum: Focus on Secondary ESOL
Donna Hurst and Chris Davison

CHAPTER 5: Coteaching in a Sheltered Model: Maximizing Content and Language Acquisition for Beginning-Level English Language Learners
Carolyn Bernache, Kathleen Galinat, and Sandra Jimenez

CHAPTER 6: Working Together to Raise Content-Based Instruction Into the Zone of Proximal Development
Tatiana Gordon

PART 2: REFLECTION AND INQUIRY IN CONTENT-BASED INSTRUCTION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER 7: Supporting Sheltered Instruction in a Bilingual Program Through a Professional Development School Partnership
Nancy Dubetz, Hilduara Abreu, Reina Alegria, Mercedes Casado, and Asuncion Diaz

CHAPTER 8: Teaching a Less Commonly Taught Language in a Social Science Classroom
Erin Fairlight Olsen and R. Kirk Belnap

CHAPTER 9: Giving Them a Voice: Content-Based Instruction in an EFL Setting
Gabriel Diaz-Maggioli and Alicia Burbaquis-Vinson

CHAPTER 10: Frilled Up Science: Developing Practices Within Collaboration
Sophie Arkoudis

PART 3: STANDARDS- AND CONTENT-BASED CURRICULUM, ASSESSMENT, AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

CHAPTER 11: On the Road to "MECCA": Assessing Content-Based Instruction Within a Standards Framework
Margo Gottlieb and Timothy Boals

CHAPTER 12: Mapping the ESOL Curriculum: Collaborating for Student Success
Ester de Jong and Genoveffa Grieci

CHAPTER 13: Choosing Depth Over Breadth in a Content-Based ESOL Program
Martha Bigelow, Susan Ranney, and Ann Mickelson Hebble

CHAPTER 14: New Conceptual Tools for Content-Area Teachers: A Programmatic Approach to Content-Based Instruction
Annela Teemant

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