• to initiate a home-school literacy partnership.
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Connect student language with literacy and content area knowledge through speaking, listening, reading, and writing activities.

Genre pedagogy: Language, literacy and L2 writing instruction

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Encourage students to use their first and second languages in instructional activities.
“While raising the level of interaction in group activities is important, some of my stronger results in this study are seen from informal interactions between teacher and child, showing the importance of elevated language during times such as play and lunch,” he said.

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Language and literacy are social and cultural practices that can occur outside of school.
"Exploring Home-School Connections: A Family Literacy Perspective on Improving Urban Schools" (Nistler and Maiers 1999) contributes an understanding of what constitutes family literacy and discusses family literacy programs in terms of three very distinct categories of approaches: Parent Involvement Programs, Intergenerational Programs, and Research on Naturally Occurring Family Literacy programs.

 

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Exploring home-school connections: A family literacy perspective on improving urban schools.
Ballantyne, K. G., Sanderman, A. R., & McLaughlin, N. (2008). Dual language learners in the early years: Getting ready to succeed in school. Washington, DC: National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition.

Secondary newcomer program: helping recent immigrants prepare for school success.
Misconceptions Although it is true that culture shock and low self-esteem play an important part in understanding the problems Hispanic parents face, the literature suggest that many other factors are also at work.


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CONTENTS
Foreword, . Introduction: Toward a Situated Perspective on Multicultural Families and their Home Literacy Practices, . PART I: THEORIZING RESEARCH ON HOME LITERACY PRACTICES AND MAINSTREAM SCHOOLING. Home Literacy Practices and Mainstream Schooling: A Theoretical Understanding of the Field, . PART II: MULTICULTURAL FAMILIES AND HOME LITERACY PRACTICES. African and African American Families. Literacy Practice in African American Homes: Looking Across Time and Space, . Family Matters: How One Somali Bantu Family Supported Themselves and an American Teacher in Literacy Learning, . Asian Families. Writing in Korean and English: Case Study of Parent-Child Interactions in a Korean Family, . Family Literacy: Learning From an Asian Immigrant Family, . Hispanic Families. Solamente libros importantes": Literacy Practices and Ideologies of Migrant Farmworking Families in North Central Florida, Literacy Practices Among Immigrant Latino Families, . European American Families. Sharing a Language and Literacy Legacy: A White Middle Class Family’s Experience, . The “Majority in the Minority”: Literacy Practices of Low-SES White Families in an Inner City Neighborhood, . Families of Mixed Heritages. Syncretic Home Literacies: Learning to Read in Two Languages and Three Worlds, . PART III: SCHOOL-HOME LITERACY CONNECTIONS AND THE DIRECTIONS OF MINORITY LITERACY EDUCATION. Understanding English Language Learners’ Identities in Two Languages and Literacies in Two Contexts, . Implications of Home Literacies for Teacher Education, School Learning, and Family Literacy Programs, PART IV: HOME LITERACIES AND MAINSTREAM SCHOOLING—A CONCLUSION. Say It Today Then Say It Differently Tomorrow: Connecting Home and School Literacies, . Author Biographies.

Language and Literacy in Education – Andrew J Crane

Aukrust, V. G. (2007). Young children acquiring second language vocabulary in preschool group time: Does amount, diversity, and discourse complexity of teacher talk matter? Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 22, 17-38.

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CONTENTS
Foreword, . Introduction: Toward a Situated Perspective on Multicultural Families and their Home Literacy Practices, . PART I: THEORIZING RESEARCH ON HOME LITERACY PRACTICES AND MAINSTREAM SCHOOLING. Home Literacy Practices and Mainstream Schooling: A Theoretical Understanding of the Field, . PART II: MULTICULTURAL FAMILIES AND HOME LITERACY PRACTICES. African and African American Families. Literacy Practice in African American Homes: Looking Across Time and Space, . Family Matters: How One Somali Bantu Family Supported Themselves and an American Teacher in Literacy Learning, . Asian Families. Writing in Korean and English: Case Study of Parent-Child Interactions in a Korean Family, . Family Literacy: Learning From an Asian Immigrant Family, . Hispanic Families. Solamente libros importantes": Literacy Practices and Ideologies of Migrant Farmworking Families in North Central Florida, Literacy Practices Among Immigrant Latino Families, . European American Families. Sharing a Language and Literacy Legacy: A White Middle Class Family’s Experience, . The “Majority in the Minority”: Literacy Practices of Low-SES White Families in an Inner City Neighborhood, . Families of Mixed Heritages. Syncretic Home Literacies: Learning to Read in Two Languages and Three Worlds, . PART III: SCHOOL-HOME LITERACY CONNECTIONS AND THE DIRECTIONS OF MINORITY LITERACY EDUCATION. Understanding English Language Learners’ Identities in Two Languages and Literacies in Two Contexts, . Implications of Home Literacies for Teacher Education, School Learning, and Family Literacy Programs, PART IV: HOME LITERACIES AND MAINSTREAM SCHOOLING—A CONCLUSION. Say It Today Then Say It Differently Tomorrow: Connecting Home and School Literacies, . Author Biographies.