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Instructional Adaptation as an Equity Solution for the English Learners and Special Needs Students: Practicing Educational Justice in the Mainstream Classroom

Author(s): Jose Lalas, Margaret Solomon

Edition: 1

Copyright: 2007

Pages: 96

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This book develops teacher who can make subject-matter content comprehensible and academic success reachable for English learners and students with special needs, despite their evident obstacles. This book integrates theory, research and best practice in adaptation strategies and recommendations. The variety of inequities that exist in K-12 settings are examined, as well as their impact on academic achievement.

Preface and Acknowledgements
Introduction
1 Serving the English Language Learners and
Special Needs Students in the Mainstream Classroom
2 Making Instructional Adaptation as an Equity Solution:
What, Why, and How?
3 Mainstream Teachers Making Instructional
Adaptations for English Language Learners
and Special Needs Students
4 Adaptable Literacy Strategies and Technology
Support Resources for All Students
5 The Conclusion: Making and Sustaining Instructional
Adaptation for Educational Justice

Jose Lalas

Margaret Solomon

Related ISBN's: 9780757538575, 9781465215307

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