8. www.state.nj.us/education/frameworks/arts/chap5.pdf Pages 19-26: Excellent breakdown of instructional adaptations for students with limited English proficiency, including preparation, strategies, vocabulary enhancement ideas, and sample lesson adaptations
2. http://www.alliance.brown.edu/db/ea_catalog.php#M Downloadable copies of: Meeting the Literacy Needs of Adolescent ELLs through Content Area Learning Part 1- Focus on Motivation and Engagement Part 2- Focus on Developing Academic Literacy Habits and Skills Across Content Areas
1. http://jccdrc.jobcorps.gov/ELL/address This
is the home page for Job Corps and English Language Learners. It has a
wealth of information for all teachers in this area. I gave a related
address to this one to the two after-lunch groups-this is the main page
for ELLs and is well worth visiting.
2. http://iteslj.org/Techniques/Lau-BusinessCommunication.htm An
article called "Teaching Business Communication to LEP (Limited English
Proficient) Students" specific to mainstream classrooms. Many other
related articles on this academic area can be found on this online
journal site by typing in "business". Also good for other academic areas.
4. http://llt.msu.edu/intro.html Journal
on second language acquisition and the use of technologies. The summer
2003 issue has an article on "Combining ESOL and Business
Communications in US Classrooms" for example.