The updated edition of a classic text on research-based best practices for teaching emergent bilingual students.
Long considered a groundbreaking text for pre-service, in-service, mainstream, and EL teachers, the bestselling Between Worlds is now available in an updated Fourth Edition. As student populations across the U.S. reflect increasing racial, ethnic, and linguistic diversity in changing times, the need for effective, research-based classroom practices has never been greater. The Fourth Edition includes what you need to effectively provide equitable instruction for emergent bilingual students including:
• How to implement activities/strategies for in class, online, and hybrid settings
• How to address racial/social justice issues
• How to respond to immigrant student concerns in the current political climate
• How to incorporate students’ home languages through translanguaging.
Ever mindful of the needs of teachers in a range of settings, the Freemans and Soto include new classroom vignettes and case studies of teachers and students to illustrate what best-practice second language acquisition instruction looks like in today’s schools.