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Fourth Estate, Spring 33 (1): Developing Core English Language Learner’s Fluency and Proficiency: Building Reading & Writing Skills

This 2017 Spring issue of TexTESOL IV’s Fourth Estate is a brilliant success showcasing action research and discussions for ESOL Reading and Writing Skill development in the K-12 classrooms as well as University, Intensive English Programs, and Adult Ed programs. Herein you will find research grounded   discussions on using music, poetry, and authentic materials to develop better writers in all areas including STEM as well as discussion on teacher perception of reading strategies and those perceptions effect on their instructional habits, and the use of reading strategies to increase better reading skills as well as to increase language skills fundamentally. You are sure to enjoy this issue.

Key Words: SLA Research, Reading, Writing, Teacher Resources, TESOL

BISAC: Ed/Teach Materials/ Language Arts


(Full Text) Sheryl Lain, Laramie County School District #1, Cheyenne, Wyoming, USA Teaser: All students, especially those learning English, benefit ...
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(Full Text) Ting Yan, University of Central Florida, Orlando, Florida, USA  Teaser: This article illustrates the features and historical trends ...
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Anahita Rahimi Khoshtinat received her doctorate in Educational Leadership with a specialization in Women's Education from Lamar University, Beaumont (Texas, USA), a ...
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(Full Text) Erzsébet Békés, Catholic University, Cuenca, Ecuador Teaser: Creating authentic activities that can better prepare English language learners to ...
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(Full Text) Ahmad Alharthi, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington, USA   Teaser: What makes reading in English different from reading ...
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(Full Text) Bee Chamcharatsri, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA Monica Garcia, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, USA ...
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(Full Text) Heather Torrie, Purdue University Northwest, Hammond, Indian, USA   Teaser: While writing instructors of pre-college L2 learners often ...
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(Full Text) Shelley Hale Lee, ESL Instructor and Teacher Educator, & Owner, Emergent Readers.org, Wake Technical Community College, Raleigh, NC ...
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(Full Text) Sean H. Toland, Nanzan University Bjorn Fuisting, Sugiyama Jogakuen University Level:  High beginner+ Types of learners:  high school; ...
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(Full Text) Miriam King, Lone Star College, Kingwood, TX, USA Teaser: As students reach for their academic and professional goals, ...
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(Full Text) Walter Bernal, Universidad de Cuenca, Cuenca, Azuay, Ecuador  Teaser: An Ecuadorian ELT focuses on teacher-centered approaches, developing grammar ...
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(Full Text) Hien Tran, Vietnam National University of Agriculture, Hanoi, Vietnam Teaser: This study explored public university English teachers’ reading ...
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(Full Text) Seth French, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR, USA Teaser: Grounded in research regarding the positive effects of integrating music ...
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