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Teaching English Language Learners: Social Studies & History

Selected Articles

New Immigrants, New Challenges: High School Social Studies Teachers and English Language Learner Instruction. By: Cho, Seonhee; Reich, Gabriel A. Social Studies, Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 99 Issue 6, p235-242

Providing Support for Non-Native Learners of English in the Social Studies Classroom
Social Studies, Jan/Feb2001, Vol. 92 Issue 1, p22, 4p 

Social Studies for English Language Learners: Teaching Social Studies that Matters. By: Cruz, Barbara C.; Thornton, Stephen J. Social Education, v. 73 no6 (October 2009) p. 271-4. 2009.
Note: Only available in print.  Call Number: H62.A1 S6, Floor 4)

Strategies for Teaching Social Studies to English-Language Learners at the Elementary Level
Social Studies, Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 98 Issue 5, p180-184, 5p, 1 chart

Strategies for Making Social Studies Texts More Comprehensible for English-Language Learners 
Social Studies, Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 98 Issue 5, p185-188, 4p, 1 diagram

Supporting English Language Learners in Social Studies Class 
Social Studies, Sep/Oct2007, Vol, 98 Issue 5, p189-195,

Introducing Historical Thinking to Second Language Learners: Exploring What Students Know and What They Want to Know
Social Studies, Sep/Oct2006, Vol. 97 Issue 5, p203-207, 5p

Teaching Social Studies to English Language LearnersSocial Studies, v. 98 no5 (September/October 2007) p. 179-222.

Whose History? Social Studies in an Elementary English Class for Speakers of Other Languages
Social Studies; Sep/Oct2001, Vol. 92 Issue 5, p193, 5p