BILINGUAL AND ESL CLASSROOMS OVANDO 5TH EDITION PDF

The text covers the foundations of bilingual and ESL education and provides a strong focus on what the teacher needs to know in a bilingual classroom. Bilingual and ESL Classrooms is written for both preservice and experienced educators serving grades pre-K through mainstream, bilingual, ESL, and special education teachers, as well as administrators, school counselors, and educational policymakers. New in the Sixth Edition This sixth edition presents updated research on and expanded coverage of key issues related to the education of English language learners in the United States such as continuing controversies and findings in demographics, the impact of globalization on K public schooling, evidence-driven teaching practices, white normativity, using technologies developed for language minority populations, making sense of Census , and achievement levels of ELLs in math and science. Her research explores the intersections between language and education policies, school funding, and public perceptions about immigration and schooling, particularly in the state of Arizona.

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Ovando Carlos J. Prior to joining the faculty and administration at Arizona State University, he served as chair of the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Indiana University, Bloomington and also served as director of the Bilingual Education Program. He received his Ph. A former high school Spanish teacher, his research, teaching, and service focus on factors that contribute to the academic achievement of language minority students and ethnically diverse groups.

He has served as guest editor of two special issues of Educational Research Quarterly, and contributed to the first and second editions of the Handbook of Research on Multicultural Education. His books include: with Virginia P. Born in Nicaragua, Carlos Ovando immigrated to the United States in his pre-adolescent years and has therefore experienced first-hand many of the academic, sociocultural, and emotional issues, which confront language minority students in the United States.

He is a naturalized citizen of the United States. Mary Carol Combs is an adjunct associate professor in the Department of Language, Reading and Culture, where she teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in bilingual and multicultural education, American Indian bilingual education, English as a Second Language methodologies, and multicultural education.

Combs, academic interests include bilingual education policy and law, language planning, indigenous language revitalization and development, and bilingual and ESL teacher preparation. She is a former director of the English Plus Information Clearinghouse, a national clearinghouse on language rights and public policy based in Washington, DC, and she remains active in national networks concerned with policy developments in bilingual education.

Combs received her Ph. A in German from the University of Michigan

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