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by Garth Sundem,Jan Krieger,Kristi Pikiewicz

Download Ten Languages You′ll Need Most in the Classroom: A Guide to Communicating With English Language Learners and Their Families ePub
  • ISBN 1412937817
  • ISBN13 978-1412937818
  • Language English
  • Author Garth Sundem,Jan Krieger,Kristi Pikiewicz
  • Publisher Corwin; 1 edition (February 20, 2008)
  • Pages 288
  • Formats lit mobi rtf doc
  • Category Educ
  • Subcategory Schools and Teaching
  • Size ePub 1228 kb
  • Size Fb2 1982 kb
  • Rating: 4.4
  • Votes: 812

This guide to the top ten languages of ELL students offers educators communication resources like picture dictionaries, parent letters, and common phrases in native languages.

by Garth Sundem (Author), Jan Krieger (Author), Kristi Pikiewicz (Author) .

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has been added to your Cart. Finally, a book that gets at the heart of communicating with ESL/ELL students

has been added to your Cart. Finally, a book that gets at the heart of communicating with ESL/ELL students. A must-have for teachers trying to break down communication barriers. -Andrew Pontius, Middle School Teacher (10/08/2007). The authors have created a must-have resource for any teacher who works with ELL students.

Finally, a book that gets at the heart of communicating with ESL/ELL students.

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by Jan Krieger, Garth Sundem, Kristi Pikiewicz (Paperback, 2014).

ISBN 13: 9781412937818. Sundem, Garth; Krieger, Jan; Pikiewicz, Kristi.

Garth Sundem - Educational Consultant, Texas. Jan Krieger - Middle and High School Spanish Teacher.

Author : Garth Sundem,Kristi Pikiewicz,Jan Krieger. The author also offers practical resources to aid teachers in basic communication with ELL students and their families. Users who liked this book, also liked.

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Venemarr
Nope, nope, nope! I got this to help with communication between families. The text is fillled with mistakes in the English, and many of the Korean and Russian labels are completely wrong. (I’m sure others are inaccurate as well, but I could only verify those two). For example, the label for “Gymnasium” says 화장실... hwajanshil, which means bathroom. There are countless errors. Mistranslated homophones, incorrect verb tenses, and not to mention culturally insensitive text to begin with. This would not only only do very little to help with communication, it could make situations MORE confusing. This is not a handy reference, but a scam and should not be published or for sale.
Drelajurus
Early childhood- preschool through second grade teachers can benefit from the excellent resource- well divided and easy to follow- highly recommend
Phenade
Great book, great service. Thanks!
Andromakus
First, let me say how very excited I was to see this book. This book could have been a fantastic resource for teachers, administrators, and anyone else who works with families. Unfortunately, the book itself was disappointing. The pronunciation guides were difficult to follow and I doubt that I could produce anything near an intelligible Hmong greeting using this book as a guide. Including a cd with the book so that I could hear the phrases would make this a MUCH more useful book.

The introduction contains a brief section on cultural differences and some of the most common areas of misunderstanding in regards to intercultural communication. This was a sensitively written overview, and I was encouraged by it's presence. However, the idea that cultural communication is more than simply translating word is entirely disregarded in the model notes provided in each language section. The notes for each language are translations of exactly the same English notes, some of which I find a bit abrupt and tactless, even in English. Wouldn't it be more valuable to present samples of notes to families that are worded in ways that are sensitive to the cultural values and expectations of the varied cultures? I realize that is a lot to expect of teachers, but I don't think that it is too much to expect of a book that presents itself as "A Guide to Communicating With English Language Learners and Their Families."

I hope that this book is revised into the valuable resource that it could become.
Taun
This is a book that teachers and administrators in schools with ELL stufdents will treasure. It provides notes to parents, simple communication vocabulary and cultural information in 10 different languages - Spanish, Cantonese, Tagalog, Hmong, Haitian Creole, Russian, Korean, Arabic, Vietnamese and Navajo. This is a must for all school administrative offices as well as each teacher's classroom.