Today’s classrooms must accommodate English Second Language (ESL) learners. Every teacher is an ESL teacher in today’s classrooms. How will you acknowledge and overcome language barriers, recognize attitudinal perspectives, and choose appropriate pedagogical strategies and methods for your multicultural and bilingual class?
ESL Awareness by Dr. Patricia Reynolds
Dr. Reynolds advocates for greater understanding for children whose native language is not English.
Where do these Children Come From Part 1 of 2?
Where do these Children Come From Part 2 of 2?
Read the chapter, Where Do These Children Come From?, in the Classroom Facilitator to learn more.