2 edition of Program alternatives for linguistically diverse students found in the catalog.
Program alternatives for linguistically diverse students
1999 by Center for Research on Education, Diversity & Excellence, U.S. Dept. of Education, Office of Educational Research and Improvement, Educational Resources Information Center in Santa Cruz, CA, Washington, DC .
Written in English
|Statement||Fred Genesee, editor ; contributors, Beverly Boyson ... [et al.].|
|Series||Educational practice report -- 1|
|Contributions||Genesee, Fred., Boyson, Beverly., Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
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A final issue with the use of Relative Risk Ratios as well as other methods of calculation is that there is not a single, recognized approach for determining when disproportionality is large enough to be important. Is Disproportionality Significant? They are well known for developing the Prism Model, a theory and guide to empirical research. Ethics and Behavior, 11, The last chapter explores tactics to increase the participation of families in the education of their children. It is likely that the coming years will see improved, and more consistent, approaches to the measurement of disproportionality in placement and will allow policymakers and administrators to focus on the underlying inequities that such disproportionality indicates.
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Much has been written about how schools should respond to the needs of diverse learners and how teachers should alter curricula and teaching practices to accommodate them.
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Cloud, Genesee, and HamayanChapter 3 offer a number of suggestions: To encourage students to see connections between their languages and, thus, to better understand how languages are structured and organized, talk to ELLs about their home language — ask them: How is the home language the same and how it is different from English?
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They offer a convenient, but imperfect, means for characterizing the extent of the problem and identifying schools, districts, or states with the most striking differences. Genesee Ed.
Thomas, Publisher, Ltd. Reforming education policies for English learners means better schools for all. Turlington cases, overrepresentation of African American students in EMR programs was at issue, but overrepresentation per se was not found to be sufficient evidence of differential treatment of African Americans.
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Are there words in the home language and English that sound the same but mean different things? These programs were justified on the grounds that educating ELLs in English only posed a triple threat to their educational success since it would require that they simultaneously: learn academic English to high levels, master challenging academic skills and content taught through English, adopt new social skills that would permit them to integrate with their English-speaking classmates and teachers.
Study participants, 33 fourth-grade boys, demonstrated a variety of poor social skills such as poor attendance, poor interpersonal skills, stress, poor organization and study skills, and destructive and aggressive behaviors.
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While she opposes this approach for students in general, Hamayan is particularly against the use of this approach with students who come from linguistically and culturally diverse backgrounds.
The author claims that lack of full proficiency in. Start studying SED Final: chapter 6. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Discriminated against linguistically diverse students b. Discriminated against culturally diverse students c.
Both A & B Identify two alternatives to suspension. Students with diverse cultural traditions may be able to strengthen and program options implemented have proven unsuccessful. Can ELLs who have had little or no previous formal education in their home countries offer special education alternatives, students.
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