"[As a new teacher], I needed theoretically sound, research-based, instructional ideas to support the students in my classroom. ...[and] I needed support for the logistics: getting my classroom workshop ready; ideas for units of student and learning experiences; suggestions for whole-group, small group, individualized instruction and conferring; and ways to use assessment to drive my instruction. However, I needed these logistics to include the necessary linguistic considerations to support my English learners.” —Lindsey Moses
Lindsey Moses, author of Supporting English Learners in the Reading Workshop (2015) and co-author of two other Heinemann titles, works with classroom teachers across the country supporting the implementation of effective literacy instruction in diverse settings. Her experience and research reveal extensive knowledge, ideas and examples to guide teachers with facilitating a workshop setting that is just as effective for English learners as native speakers.
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