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Meeting the Special Needs of Dual Language Learners with Disabilities: Integrating Data Based Instruction and the Standards for Teaching English for Speakers of Other Languages

This paper on meeting the needs of students with disabilities who are learning English as a second language suggests integrating principles from the Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) Standards and Data Based Instruction (DBI). The power of combining intentional language teaching with an action research process is illustrated by four case studies conducted by special education interns in a multicultural setting.

  • Author/Creator: Beckett, Carol, Nevin, Ann, Comella, Serena, Kane, Nancy, Romero, Priscilla, Bergquist, Glenn
  • Date Published: 02-08
  • Year: 2002

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