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Writing Between Languages (eBook)

Danling Fu

Pub Date: 8/6/2010 1
Product Type: eBook
Grade: 4th - 12th

“Most literacy instruction for ELLs in the United States focuses on grammar, vocabulary, content reading, or speaking and listening. The focus on the surface structure of English may lead to enough English proficiency to compose proper English sentences in correctly formatted papers, but it does not support ELLs as competent writers... more

Writing Between Languages (Print eBook Bundle)

Danling Fu

Pub Date: 9/25/2009
Product Type: Print + eBook
Grade: 4th - 12th

“Most literacy instruction for ELLs in the United States focuses on grammar, vocabulary, content reading, or speaking and listening. The focus on the surface structure of English may lead to enough English proficiency to compose proper English sentences in correctly formatted papers, but it does not support ELLs as competent writers... more

Writing Between Languages

Danling Fu

Pub Date: 9/25/2009
Product Type: Paperback
Grade: 4th - 12th

“Most literacy instruction for ELLs in the United States focuses on grammar, vocabulary, content reading, or speaking and listening. The focus on the surface structure of English may lead to enough English proficiency to compose proper English sentences in correctly formatted papers, but it does not support ELLs as competent writers... more

An Island of English

Danling Fu

Pub Date: 7/24/2003
Product Type: Paperback
Grade: 4th - 10th

Although focused on the Chinese experience, this is a book that shows how to help new language learners from any country through a frank and honest approach.—Donald H. Graves, Author of The Energy to Teach and A Fresh Look at WritingDanling Fu shows us very specifically what is possible when we approach our teaching with empathy,... more

My Trouble is My English

Danling Fu

Pub Date: 3/20/1995
Product Type: Paperback
Grade: 6th - 12th

[This book] is a very readable and timely book for mainstream teachers and ESL educators; its authenticity makes one smile, cry, cringe, clap.—TESLEJCan the whole language approach adequately prepare minority students, especially those with different backgrounds, for the literate world? With "My Trouble Is My English," Danling... more