Colorín Colorado. Where to Find Diverse Books. Multicultural Children's Book Publisher. Spanish Children's Stories - The Spanish Experiment. Booklists - Social Justice Books. Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC) Lety Out Loud, written by Angela Cervantes and published by Scholastic Press, an imprint of Scholastic Inc.
Lety Out Loud introduces readers to a variety of immigrant experiences through Lety Muñoz, an English language learner who spends the summer volunteering at an animal shelter. Although initially hesitant to speak out, Lety learns to use her voice to stand up for others. The Other Half of Happy, written by Rebecca Balcárcel and published by Chronicle Books. As Quijana enters seventh grade, she feels in between, grappling with a new school, new friends, and her half-Guatemalan heritage. She struggles to find her place within her friendships and family, stumbling and succeeding on her path to discovering her authentic self. Dia! Diversity in Action – El día de los niños, El día de los libros.
ALSC Blog Connect with the ALSC Blog to find a collection of articles written about Día by ALSC members and Committees.
All Día articles can be accessed at: Día Get Together Facebook chats ALSC offers periodic Día Get Together Facebook chats on the Día Facebook Page. These chats are a great way to share programming ideas and to find new resources. Websites - Multicultural Literature for Children and Young Adults - LibGuides at Elgin Community College. Home - Multicultural Children's Books - Subject Guides at University of La Verne. Children’s books continue to be an invaluable source of information and values.
They reflect the attitudes in our society about diversity, power relationships among different groups of people, and various social identities (e.g., racial, ethnic, gender, economic class, sexual orientation, and disability). Diversity Book Lists. CCBC Booklists. Compiled by Megan Schliesman, Kathleen T.
Horning and Merri V. Lindgren. Penguin Parallel Text. Spanish easy readers, parallel texts and online lessons. Diversity in Graphic Novels. Special thanks to member Laura M.
Jiménez for her time and expertise in reviewing and adding additional resources for this blog post. This summer members highlighted the need for more diversity in graphic novels. We’ve looked around the internet and compiled a list of suggested resources to check out. ELL/ESL and Bilingual Books. Check out our new printable Authentic Spanish Book List that features some of our most popular award-winning bilingual and dual language texts written by authors from the cultures featured in our books.
The read alouds featured in this list will help build a solid foundation to achieve Spanish literacy or bilingualism while also affirming and validating a child’s identity, culture, and home language. These stories celebrate cultures, voices, and experiences of communities historically underrepresented or misrepresented in children’s literature. Included in this list are culturally and linguistically authentic books that all children can enjoy. Authentic Spanish Book List Collections: Digital Textbooks and Educational Resources. The Fable Cottage: Bilingual stories for language learners. Digital Books. Spanish - Download Audiobooks & eBooks for iPhone, Android, Kindle and more! An Accessible Online Library for people with print disabilities.
Add Magic to Read Alouds with Novel Effect. In this guest blog post, certified special educator and Chief of Education for Novel Effect Melody Zagami Furze introduces Novel Effect, a free voice interactive storytelling app that can “add music, sounds, and even characters’ voices, simply by reading a book out loud” to enrich the storytelling experience with kids.
Lee & Low is excited to have soundtracks for several of our books available now on Novel Effect! As an early childhood educator and now a parent, I know how exhausting it can be to squeeze in all the classroom activities you need in a single day. We created Novel Effect so that story time can be an achievable daily goal for you and your students, especially the ones who may find it extra hard to sit still until the end of a book. If you’re newly discovering Novel Effect in this blog post, you’re in for a treat. Novel Effect is a completely free mobile app that will respond to your voice as you read out loud.
Get a nice blue-tooth speaker. Take your time. South Dakota Title III & Migrant Consortia – Equity in Education. Teaching with Standards. WIDA understands that your instructional context is unique.
For example, you might be teaching academic subjects with multilingual learners integrated into your classroom, or you might be collaborating as a content or language expert for your shared multilingual students. Education - Microsoft Translator. ESL Students Introduction. World Book Discover from SDSL. Electronic Resources | Complete Listing Academic Search Premier A general, multidisciplinary research database, with thousands of acclaimed full-text journals, magazines and other valuable resources.
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12 Ways to Support English Learners in the Mainstream Classroom. English Language Learners. Order Now. ESL Students Introduction. Home. How to Use Technology to Support ELLs in Your Classroom. Quality edtech for ELLs isn't easy to find, but great options do exist. English-language learners (ELLs) come into our classrooms with a wide variety of specific and unique needs for language acquisition. It's hard to talk about them all as one group -- ELLs represent a diverse range of students in every sense.
It's needless to say: Working with ELLs is often challenging and also highly rewarding. Because there are so many apps and edtech tools available today, you might expect to find lots of them made specifically for English language development (ELD), bilingual, or dual-immersion classrooms. Spanish Speakers. Colorín Colorado.