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One Child, Two Languages: A Guide for Early Childhood Educators of Children Learning English as a Second Language  무료배송

 
지은이 : Tabors
출판사 : Brookes
판수 : 2 edition
페이지수 : 256
ISBN : 155766921X
예상출고일 : 입금확인후 2일 이내
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도서가격 : 39,000원 ( 무료배송 )
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The new edition of this accessible book for ealy childhood educators includes updated research and a greatly expanded chapter on assessment and highlights cultural diversity. It also includes a new tool for monitoring children's progess as they learn English as a second language. Updated from the first edition: Written expressly for teachers, this highly readable resource moves beyond the basics of child development to describe the natural progression of second-language acquisition in young children. Theachers will learn how to create a supportive classroom environment for second-language learners with effective ways to measure progress, address individual differences, and work with parents while acknowledging the importance of children's home language and cultures. The idea-packed handbook combines research findings with firshand observations of linguistically and culturally diverse children, making it an important addition to every early childhood educator's desk. All chapters have been updated and a few have been expanded. The largest area of supplementation is in the chapter on assessment, and area of great interest among early childhood educators at this time. The book also includes information on cultural diversity and international adoption. A new tool helps educators monitor children's progress as they learn English as a second language.



Prior to beginning her doctoral studies at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in 1981, Patton O. Tabors was an elementary school teacher and a childbirth educator. During her doctoral studies she focused on first and second language acquisition in young children. Her qualifying paper and dissertation research, based on 2 years of ethnographic investigation in a nursery school classroom, described the developmental pathway of a group of young children learning English as a second language. She was able to use this information as the basis for the material in One Child, Two Languages: A Guide for Preschool Educators of Children Learning English as a Second Language (Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co., 1997). Since 1987, Dr. Tabors has been the research coordinator of the Home-School Study of Language and Literacy Development in collaboration with Catherine Snow and David Dickinson. During this time she has also directed research related to low-education and low-income mothers reading to their preschool-age children as part of the Manpower Development Research Corporation evaluations of two welfare-to-work projects ;New Chance and JOBS ; and for the Harvard Language Diversity Project, a subproject of the New England Research Center on Head Start Quality, directed by David Dickinson. Dr. Tabors latest research a longitudinal project that is following the language and literacy development of Spanish-speaking children from preschool to second grade combines her interests in early language and literacy development and second language acquisition in young children.
About the Author
Foreword to the Second Edition
Mariela M. Pez
Foreword to the First Edition
Catherine E. Snow
Preface
Acknowledgements

Chapter One: Introduction

Part One: The Second-Language뻃earning Child's Task

Chapter Two: Two Portraits: Juliana and Byong-sun

Chapter Three: Getting Started in a Second Language

Chapter Four: Speaking a Second Language

Chapter Five: Individual Differences in Second-Language Learning

Part Two: The Teacher's Role

Chapter Six: Using Information, Communication, and Classroom Organization to Support Second-Language Learning

Chapter Seven: Using the Curriculum to Facilitate Second-Language and -Literacy Learning

Chapter Eight: Working with Parents of Second-Language Learners

Chapter Nine: Assessing the Development of Second-Language Learners

Chapter Ten: Developing Effective Early Childhood Programs for Second-Language Learners

Part Three: Internationally Adopted Children

Chapter Eleven: What to Expect, How to Help

References
Appendix A: Parent Questionnaire
Appendix B: Observing Children Learning English (OCLE)
Study Guide
Index
Permissions
A comprehensive resource for educating young bilingual children . . . truly valuable. --Carol Sheffner Hammer, Ph.D., Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Penn State University. An important contribution to the field that will provide valuable insights into how best to address the needs of linguistically and culturally diverse children and their families in the early years. --Sonia Soltero, Ph.D., Associate Professor and Director, Bilingual-Bicultural Education Program, DePaul University Relevant, timely, and practical . . . I recommend this book for teachers of young children and for anyone interested in second language learning in early childhood. --Elizabeth Pena, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, University of Texas at Austin

A complete view of the needs of young children learning English as a second language . . . My students can easily relate the principles and strategies that Tabors presents to their own clinical learning experiences. --Karen Carrier, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Literacy Education; Coordinator, Project QUILL, Northern Illinois University

Enhanced to provide future and practicing teachers with more effective research-based practical examples . . . useful to those who work in classrooms with children who speak one language other than English as well as those in classrooms with children of many different language backgrounds. --Andrea DeBruin-Parecki, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Early Childhood, Old Dominion University

A complete view of the needs of young children learning English as a second language . . . My students can easily relate the principles and strategies that Tabors presents to their own clinical learning experiences. --Karen Carrier, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Literacy Education; Coordinator, Project QUILL, Northern Illinois University

Enhanced to provide future and practicing teachers with more effective research-based practical examples . . . useful to those who work in classrooms with children who speak one language other than English as well as those in classrooms with children of many different language backgrounds. --Andrea DeBruin-Parecki, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Early Childhood, Old Dominion University
"Patton O. Tabors' ONE CHILD, TWO LANGUAGES: A GUIDE FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS OF CHILDREN LEARNING ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE appears in its updated second edition to address issues of ESL and bilingualism for early childhood educators. New reproducible tools on CD-ROM help track a child's progress while the latest research covers assessment techniques for a child's first and second languages and ways to improve literacy for all kids."

"The book was shipped in 3 days. This is "must have it" book for somebody who wants to learn how to teach bilingual kids and how to set up an appropriate environment for them.
I love this book! It has very useful information and is written in easy language."
 
"Still in the middle of reading it but it's definitely a must read for educators who have students learning English in their classroom. Well written, informative mixed with author's observations of a study classroom make the research "come to life" and provides deeper meaning. Practical material for teacher use is also useful. Comes with a cd which I have still yet to look at but imagine it to be useful too. You won't regret buying this book!
   
 
   
 
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