Teaching in Two Languages

A Guide for K–12 Bilingual Educators

Sharon Adelman Reyes,

Teaching in Two Languages: A Guide for K–12 Bilingual Educators
 
 

"The authors deliver a passionate, practical, and loving approach to teaching children whose first language is other than English. This is a source of both inspiration and practical strategies for those educating our newest emergent bilingual citizens."
—Sonia Nieto, Professor Emerita, Language, Culture, and Teaching
University of Massachusetts, Amherst

"Finally, a comprehensive and beautifully written guide to teaching bilingually. Full of creative strategies, practical mentoring, and well-chosen vignettes, this book is destined to become the standard text in bilingual methods courses."
—James Crawford, President
Institute for Language and Education Policy

"A truly intellectual text for all teachers of bilingual learners."
—María E. Torres-Guzmán, Professor of Bilingual/Bicultural Education
Teachers College, Columbia University

A hands-on guide to meeting the unique challenges of educating English language learners!

Bilingual education programs give students who are learning languages and content the opportunity to progress academically while gaining proficiency in English as well as their first language. Grounded in current research, this hands-on guide helps educators navigate the linguistic, academic, and cultural considerations of bilingual classrooms. 

Focusing on teachers′ day-to-day experiences, the authors present classroom-ready strategies such as 

  • Guidance on balancing instruction in two languages, including age-specific needs and social and academic language development
  • Tools for content-area teaching across the curriculum, including vocabulary development
  • Recommendations on appropriate assessments
  • Vignettes from schools and teachers illustrating solutions to challenges

Appropriate for a wide range of K-12 bilingual programs, Teaching in Two Languages is a comprehensive guide to language and content-area instruction for educators in any bilingual program or setting.

For more information on the authors′ consulting group, DiversityLearningK12, click here.



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