Paul Boyd-Batstone draws on a wealth of classroom experience working with teachers and students to create a book that gives readers the critical information they need to teach English language learners in an accessible format. This book is packed with strategies and activities that are directly applicable to the classroom and that focus on meeting the early literacy demands of No Child Left Behind. Early literacy strategies for English language learners are differentiated according to five levels of language proficiency.The phonetic spellings are not conventional, but they are decodable. ... Each syllable will have a vowel sound, although final consonants that have a vowel quality such as r or / may not carry a ... Examples of transitional spellings are as follows: double consonants, littleAitle; silent e, time/tim or withAvithe; words using wh, .
|Title||:||Differentiated Early Literacy for English Language Learners|
|Publisher||:||Allyn & Bacon - 2006|