The ESL/ELL Teacher's Book of Lists. 2nd Edition. J-B Ed: Book of Lists

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  • 384 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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  • Expanded vocabulary builders
  • Reproducible response activities
  • Enhanced fluency practice
  • New online resources
  • Includes culture, holidays, idioms, and more!

The ESL/ELL Teacher′s BOOK of LISTS

SECOND EDITION Jacqueline E. Kress, Ed.D.

This second edition of the bestselling resource includes scores of practical, helpful lists that can be reproduced for classroom students or provide a basis for developing instructional materials and lessons. ESL/ELL teachers K–12 at all instructional levels will find teachable content, key words, and important concepts that help to reinforce and enhance grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, and writing skills for all ESL students no matter what their ability level or what approach is used.

Completely revised and updated, this new edition includes myriad new lists that reflect the latest information and resources for te iaching English language learners in varied subject areas. Designed for easy use and quick access, the lists may be photocopied for individual or group instruction and are organizednto the following sections:

  • Getting Started
  • Pronunciation
  • Grammar
  • Culture
  • Content Area Words
  • Glossary
  • Core English
  • Vocabulary Builders
  • Assessment
  • Teaching
  • Helpful Resources and References

PRAISE FOR THE ESL/ELL TEACHER′S BOOK OF LISTS

"Includes useful tools, resources, and activities for educators teaching English language learners at any age and across subject area domains. Teachers will find this book helpful in planning lessons and activities that will engage and enrich the language development of ELL students. It will also help teachers to design activities to directly teach the skills English language learners need to be successful."
DIANE HAAGER, Ph.D., professor, California State University, Los Angeles

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About This Book v

The Author v

Preface to the Second Edition xiii

Section 1 Getting Started 1

List 1.1. Tips for Teaching ESL/ELLs 1

List 1.2. Teaching Taxonomy for Beginning ELLs 3

List 1.3. One Hundred Ways to Praise 10

List 1.4. Meeting and Greeting 12

List 1.5. Realia and Manipulatives 15

List 1.6. Predictable School Routines 16

List 1.7. Active Response Activities 18

List 1.8. Active Response Cards 20

List 1.9. Class and School Vocabulary 25

List 1.10. ESL/ELL Students Language Background 28

Section 2 Core English 29

List 2.1. Five Hundred Most Frequently Used English Words 29

List 2.2. Fluency Practice for Most Frequently Used Words 33

List 2.3. Calendar Words 37

List 2.4. Number Words 39

List 2.5. Weather Words 41

List 2.6. Color Words 42

List 2.7. Time Words 43

List 2.8. Health Words 45

List 2.9. Family and Relationship Words 49

List 2.10. Money Words 52

List 2.11. Practice Checks 54

List 2.12. Safety Words 55

List 2.13. Transportation and Travel Words 57

List 2.14. Traffi c Signs 59

List 2.15. Application and Form Words 61

Section 3 Pronunciation 63

List 3.1. Speech Sound Production 63

List 3.2. Consonant Production Chart 65

List 3.3. Vowel Production Chart 68

List 3.4. English Sounds Not Used in Other Languages 69

List 3.5. Problem English Sounds for ESL/ELL Students 70

List 3.6. Problem English Contrasts for ESL/ELL Students 71

List 3.7. Practice for Phonemes in the Initial Position 72

List 3.8. Practice for Phonemes in the Medial Position 77

List 3.9. Practice for Phonemes in the Final Position 81

List 3.10. Practice for Beginning and End Clusters 84

List 3.11. Practice for Problem Sounds and Contrasts 86

List 3.12. Phonetic Alphabet and English Spellings 91

List 3.13. Stress and Intonation Patterns in Words 93

List 3.14. Stress and Intonation Patterns in Sentences 95

List 3.15. Tongue Twisters 97

Section 4 Vocabulary Builders 101

List 4.1. Synonyms 101

List 4.2. Antonyms 104

List 4.3. American Idioms 106

List 4.4. English–Spanish Cognates 112

List 4.5. English–French Cognates 119

List 4.6. English–German Cognates 123

List 4.7. Collocations 127

List 4.8. Nonreversible Pairs 129

List 4.9. Phrasal Verbs Separable 130

List 4.10. Phrasal Verbs Inseparable 135

List 4.11. Words with Multiple Meanings 137

List 4.12. Homophones 142

List 4.13. Homographs and Heteronyms 150

Section 5 Grammar 159

List 5.1. Basic Sentence Patterns 159

List 5.2. Question and Answer Sentence Patterns 162

List 5.3 Negative Sentence Patterns 165

List 5.4. Active/Passive Sentence Patterns 166

List 5.5. The Parts of Speech 167

List 5.6. Verbs 170

List 5.7. Verb Conjugation 172

List 5.8. Sentence Patterns Using To Be 176

List 5.9. Subject–Verb Agreement 180

List 5.10. Time Agreement 182

List 5.11. Irregular Verb Forms 184

List 5.12. Contractions 188

List 5.13. Plurals 189

List 5.14. Pronouns 191

List 5.15. Possessive Forms 193

List 5.16. Adjectives 194

List 5.17. Adverbs and Adverbial Phrases 196

List 5.18. Articles 198

List 5.19. Conjunctions 199

List 5.20. Prepositions 200

List 5.21. Capitalization 201

List 5.22. Punctuation 203

List 5.23. Common Grammatical Errors 207

List 5.24. Spelling Rules 208

Section 6 Content Area Words 213

List 6.1. Mathematics Vocabulary Basic 213

List 6.2. Mathematics Vocabulary Intermediate 218

List 6.3. Social Studies Vocabulary Basic 220

List 6.4. Social Studies Vocabulary Intermediate 222

List 6.5. Geography Vocabulary Basic 224

List 6.6. Geography Vocabulary Intermediate 226

List 6.7. Science Vocabulary Basic 227

List 6.8. Science Vocabulary Intermediate 229

Section 7 Culture 233

List 7.1. Seasons, Holidays, and Culture 233

List 7.2. Fall (Autumn) Holidays and Seasonal Words 235

List 7.3. Winter Holidays and Seasonal Words 240

List 7.4. Spring Holidays and Seasonal Words 247

List 7.5. Summer Holidays and Seasonal Words 251

List 7.6. Month–by–Month Commemorative Dates 252

List 7.7. Flag Pledge and Patriotic Songs 255

List 7.8. Government 258

List 7.9. States 260

List 7.10. Common Names 262

List 7.11. International Proverbs 265

List 7.12. Dichos: Spanish Proverbs 268

List 7.13. Idioms Across Five Languages 270

Section 8 Teaching 273

List 8.1. ESL Standards 273

List 8.2. Thematic Language Units 274

List 8.3. Word Walls 277

List 8.4. Conversation Starters 279

List 8.5. Discussion Starters 282

List 8.6. Helping Students with Audience Recognition 286

List 8.7. Activities for Developing Auditory Skills 288

List 8.8. Activities for Developing Aural Skills 290

List 8.9. Activities for Developing Oral Skills 292

List 8.10. Activities for Grammar Instruction 296

List 8.11. Activities for Vocabulary Development 300

List 8.12. Activities for Improving Writing Skills 305

List 8.13. Taste and Touch Lessons 309

List 8.14. Journaling 310

List 8.15. Interviewing 311

List 8.16. Surveys 313

List 8.17. Strategies for Inclusive ESL/ELL Classrooms 314

List 8.18. New Literacies 316

List 8.19. Test–Taking Strategies 317

List 8.20. Bingo Blank 320

List 8.21. Fill–in Event Calendar 321

List 8.22. Five–by–Five Data Organizer 322

Section 9 Assessment 323

List 9.1. Language Assessment Guidelines 323

List 9.2. Assessing Language Profi ciency 325

List 9.3. Assessing Auditory and Aural Skills 327

List 9.4. Assessing Oral Language Skills 329

List 9.5. Assessing Reading Comprehension 332

List 9.6. Assessing Written Language Skills 333

List 9.7. Tests for Assessing English Language Learners 336

Section 10 Helpful Resources and References 341

List 10.1. ESL/ELL Virtual Reference Library 341

List 10.2. Web Sites for ESL/ELL Teachers 345

List 10.3. Glossary of ESL/ELL Language Learning

Terms 348

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