Are you a teacher of K-6 ELL students?
My two books on teacher collaboration for K-6 ELL students will make your life much easier!
Here’s a brief overview:
This book provides an overview designed to help educators collaborate more effectively in the areas of content area literacy for the sake of their K-6 ELL students. The book weaves the practical and theoretical aspects of collaboration and suggests ways for teachers to form long term partnerships. Each chapter extends collaboration in the areas of skill and content based learning so ELL students can achieve necessary proficiency to thrive in content areas classrooms and minimize gaps in instructional learning.
Books are available in hardcover, paperback and ebook formats.
Book #1 on collaboration in reading and listening is available for preorder (most formats will be released in September, 2013).
Book #2 on collaboration in speaking and writing is available for preorder (most formats will be released in September, 2013)
Here’s what other educators and professionals in the field are saying about these books:
Absolutely groundbreaking new information you can use immediately is just inside this book! You will discover collaboration strategies via listening and reading for the first time ever, as well as easy-to-use templates, charts and checklists. This has everything the busy ELL professional needs.
Pat Wyman, M.A., founder, HowToLearn.com; author, Amazing Grades: 101 Best Ways to Improve Your Grades Faster
This book has as many novel strategies as the first! As you implement collaboration across the grade levels, you’ll find brand new techniques using speaking and writing, again a truly groundbreaking approach. Every ELL professional will benefit from using both books and many will say as I did, “I sure wish I had these books sooner!” You can count on Sasson every time to be there when you need her.
Pat Wyman, M.A., founder HowToLearn.com, author, Spelling Made Easy: Learn Your Word in Half the Time
No other book on co-teaching has taken such a meticulous approach to examining collaborative practices specifically focused on the four language skills—listening, speaking, reading, and writing–than in this comprehensive 2-volume publication.
— Andrea Honigsfeld, Ed.D., fulbright scholar and professor of education, Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY, editor of the “Breaking the Mold” series
Dorit Sasson’s work provides practical, helpful information that offers encouragement as well as covering the basics of the critical areas that ESL teachers need to manage in today’s K-6 classrooms. In addition to the theoretical material that will help classroom teachers make informed decisions about curriculum issues, Sasson offers easy-to-implement specific strategies designed to help ESL teachers make success a reality for their students. This book is a must for teachers who want to help their students become proficient English learners.
— Julia Thompson, author of “The Discipline Survival Guide for the Secondary Teacher”