Teaching English as a Second Language
- Lecturer Resources
- Teacher Resources
- Student Resources
- Sample Pages
- Case studies are used to show students how to develop a lesson plan.
- ‘Focus on pedagogy’ boxes throughout containing teaching tips.
- Coverage of a broad range of topics allows students to develop a variety of skills and knowledge.
- Examples of how stories, such as Jack and the Bean Stalk, show how to teach meanings and themes across cultures.
1 Understanding Culture in Language Learning and the Need for Intercultural Literacy
2 Understanding Children’s Language Learning and Development
3 Acquiring an Additional Language
4 Becoming Literate in English as a Second Language
5 Managing Positive Language Learning Environments
6 Creating Positive Language Learning Environments
7 Leading for Effective Language Programs
8 Assessing Students’ English Language and Literacy Performance
9 Developing Curriculum
Appendix A: Application of Fishbone to Integrate Across Curriculum
Appendix B: O’Neill Language Proficiency Scales
Appendix C: Sample Language Lesson Plan for Project Intercultural Bridge-building through Sport
Appendix D: Sample Language Lesson Plans for Makoto, a Japanese Student in an English Speaking Early Childhood Education Setting
Appendix E: Case Study 2: Year 2 Child, Greek
Appendix F: A Tertiary Student’s Response to the Motley Collection
Appendix G: Recipe for Tagine Chicken and Breakdown of Language in Use
Shirley O'Neill , Associate Professor, Faculty of Education, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Annabelle Gish , Associate Lecturer, Faculty of Education, University of Southern Queensland, Australia