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

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Judie Haynes has taught in elementary ESL classrooms for 26 years. For the past 20 years she has been an ESL teacher in River Edge, New Jersey. She is the author and coauthor of four books on helping classroom teachers with English language learners: Newcomer Program Grades K–2, Newcomer Program Grades 3–6, Classroom Teacher's ESL Survival Kit #1, and Classroom Teacher's ESL Survival Kit #2 and coauthor of a chapter in TESOL's Integrating Standards into Classroom Practice PreK–2. She writes a column about elementary ESL entitled [Circle Time] for TESOL's magazine, Essential Teacher. Haynes is cofounder (with her son Charles) and content editor of the award-winning Web site everythingESL. net and editor of [Voices,] a TESOL affiliate newsletter. She has provided professional development programs and workshops for school districts and TESOL affiliates around the United States. She has presented at TESOL's International Conference every year for the past 16 years.

Haynes has served on the National Board for Professional Teaching Standard's Committee on Standards for ESL and bilingual teachers. She is a past chair of TESOL's Elementary Interest Section and has been on the executive board of the New Jersey Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages and the New Jersey Bilingual Educators (NJTESOL-NJBE) for 16 years.

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