The goals of this investigation were to explore teachers' beliefs about effective reading instruction for middle school English language learners, to uncover teachers' thinking in regards to modifying their reading instruction for EL learners with LD, to chronicle the content and methods implemented by the different participants as either noted in my observations or described by teachers, and to identify the challenges and successes these teachers had experienced. Given the goals of the investigation, the methods most suitable for approaching and carrying out this endeavor were qualitative in nature.She had taught an 8th grade reading class which had included students with a range of reading abilities, from non-readers up to students reading at the 4th grade level and possibly higher. She noted several challenges ... It would be worksheets. Wea#39;ll have stories, short stories and we will bubble in. Wea#39;ll do some reading.
|Title||:||Teaching Reading to Middle School English-language Learners with Learning Disabilities in Reading: Teacher Beliefs, Experiences, and Practices|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|