Books by Judie Haynes

I'm the author and co-author of several books on helping classroom teachers with their second language population

Teaching English Language Learners Across the Content Areas

by Judie Haynes
ASCD, 2010
180pp. ISBN 1416609121

Teaching English Language Learners Across the Content Areas

I am proud to announce the publication of Teaching English Language Learners: Across the Content Areas (ASCD, 2010). I had a wonderful time writing this book with Debbie Zacarian, whom I met at TESOL when we both wrote columns for the TESOL magazine, Essential Teacher. Writing a book alone is a long, lonely task but co-writing can be a wonderful journey where authors grow as writers. This was the case with my collaboration with Debbie.  

Our book can be ordered now on the ASCD website.  In fact, the first two chapters are available for free at ASCD Bookstore.

Here is what ASCD writes about the book on their site:

Taking off from the ideas in our best-selling book Getting Started with English Language Learners (Judie Haynes, ASCD 2007) here's a book that helps teachers in every subject area become expert teachers of English language learners (ELL). Using classroom scenarios that depict common challenges in elementary, middle, and high school content area classes, the authors describe the basics that every teacher needs to begin teaching both content and the English language, including

Discover how mainstream, subject area teachers can modify instruction to involve ELL students while still engaging the whole class by implementing proven classroom strategies, including.

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Getting Started with English Language Learners: How Educators Can Meet the Challenge

by Judie Haynes
ASCD, Feb 2007
180pp. ISBN 1416605193

Getting Started with English Language Learners

This new book will provide you with basic concepts and can't-miss strategies for boosting the achievement of your English language learners whether you're new to teaching ELLs or an old hand. Real-life scenarios from actual classrooms are presented to illustrate strategies.

Are you doing everything you can to help your English language learners succeed? As schools swell with increasing numbers of ELLs, administrators and teachers are wrestling with federal guidelines for educating these students. To meet these challenges, it is imperative for educators to learn about and use the theories and teaching strategies that will help English language learners succeed in the classroom.

Getting Started With English Language Learners: How Educators Can Meet the Challenge is a practical resource designed to help educators who are new to the field of English as a Second Language to understand the needs of ELLs. From learning how students acquire a second language to differentiating instruction to exploring practical strategies for teaching newcomers, this book will help educators learn how to create effective learning environments for English language learners. Included are staff development activities to help provide inservice programs to classroom teachers and administrators of ELLs.

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Newcomer Program, Grades 3-6

by Judie Haynes & Elizabeth Claire
Pearson ESL, March 1997
Paperback, 176pp. ISBN 0138630364

Newcomer Program Grades 3-6

This resource contains 176 reproducible activity pages for newcomers in Grades 3-6 with little or no knowledge of English. Create a language-nurturing environment for newcomers in your class who are at different language levels and who have varying levels of previous formal schooling. Newcomers are introduced to school survival language, and content area vocabulary and skills. Included are activities to help them acquires beginning Social Studies, Science and Math vocabulary.

The Teacher's Guide offers additional activities to enrich the learning of older newcomers. There are objectives and instructions for each Activity Page. Save yourself hours of preparation time while you help your newcomers ease into English.

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Pearson Education
P.O. Box 2500
Lebanon, IIlionois 46052

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Newcomer Program, Grades K-2

by Judie Haynes
Pearson ESL, January 1997
Paperback, 173pp. ISBN 0133692574

Newcomer Program Grades K-2

This resource contains 173 reproducible activity pages for newcomers during those first few months. The activity pages are ideal for mainstream teachers to use in their classroom with these new learners of English and can be used with students up to Grade 4 who have just arrived in the United States.

Create a language-nurturing environment for newcomers in your class and give them a good beginning in English language learning. Basic concepts such as parts of the body, days of the week, clothing, food, toys, and animals are included.

The Teacher's Guide offers additional activities to enrich the learning of young newcomers. There are objectives and instructions for each Activity Page. Save yourself hours of preparation time while you help your newcomers ease into English.

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This book may be purchased directly from Pearson Education at:
Pearson Education
P.O. Box 2500
Lebanon, IIlionois 46052

You may also call 1-800-947-7700 to order. Be sure to reference ISBN 0133692574 when ordering!

Classroom Teacher's ESL Survival Kit #1

by Judie Haynes & Elizabeth Claire
Pearson ESL, October 1994
Paperback, 208pp. ISBN 0131376136

Classroom Survival Kit #1

The Classroom Teacher's ESL Survival Kit #1 features 130 reproducible activities for teachers of grades 2-6+ who have ESL students in addition to mainstream students. The book also contains notes on culture shock and language acquisition, plus strategies, tips, and lesson plans to help social and academic adjustment. Activities help develop vocabulary, listening skills, reading, writing, and more, giving teachers a wealth of ready-to-use classroom material.

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Classroom Teacher's ESL Survival Kit #2

by Judie Haynes & Elizabeth Claire
Pearson ESL, February 1995
Paperback, 224pp. ISBN 0132998769

Classroom Survival Kit#2

Mainstream teachers who also have ESL students in their classrooms will find 150 basic facts about the U.S., plus 100 reproducible activities, in this book to help them meet the needs of their special students while keeping the rest of the class on track.

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