Publications

  • Academic Language for English Language Learners and Struggling Readers

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  • Between Worlds: Access to Second Language Acquisition

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  • Diverse Learners in the Mainstream Classroom

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  • Dual Language Essentials for Teachers and Administrators

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  • English Language Learners: The Essential Guide

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  • La enseñanza de la lectura y la escritura en el salón bilingüe y de doble inmersión

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  • ESL/EFL Teaching: Principles for Success

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  • Closing the Achievement Gap: How to Reach Limited-Formal-Schooling and Long-Term English Learners

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  • Essential Linguistics: What You Need to Know to Teach Reading, ESL, Spelling, Phonics, and Grammar

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  • Teaching Reading in Multilingual Classrooms

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  • Teaching Reading and Writing in Spanish and English in Bilingual and Dual Language Classrooms, Second Edition

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  • Academic Language Mastery: Grammar and Syntax in Context

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Books

Freeman, Yvonne & David Freeman (forthcoming 2018) Dual Language Essentials for Teachers and Administrators. Portsmouth , NH: Heinemann.

Freeman, Yvonne & David Freeman (2016). ESL Teaching: Principles for Success. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Freeman, David, and Yvonne Freeman. 2016. Grammar and Syntax in Context. Newbury Park, CA: Corwin.

Freeman, David, & Freeman, Yvonne. (2014). Essential linguistics: What teachers need to know to teach ESL, reading, spelling, and grammar. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (2011). Between Worlds: Access to Second Language Acquisition (3rd ed.). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2009). La enseñanza de la lectura y la escritura en español y en inglés en clases bilingües y de doble inmersión (segunda edición revisada ed.). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (2009). Academic Language for English Language Learners and Struggling Readers: How to Help Students Succeed Across Content Areas. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2006). Teaching Reading and Writing in Spanish and English in Bilingual and Dual Language Classrooms (2nd ed.). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2002). Closing the Achievement Gap: How to Reach Limited Formal Schooling and Long-Term English Learners. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (2000). Teaching Reading in Multilingual Classrooms. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Edited books

Freeman, Yvonne, & Freeman, David (Eds.). (2015). Research on preparing inservice teachers to work effectively with emergent bilinguals. Bingley, UK: Emerald Books.

Freeman, Yvonne, & Freeman, David (Eds.). (2014). Research on preparing preservice teachers to work effectively with emergent bilinguals. Bingley, UK: Emerald Books.

Freeman, Y., Freeman, D., & Ramírez, R. (Eds.). (2008). Diverse Learners in the Mainstream Classroom: Strategies for Supporting All Students Across Content Areas. Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Selected Book Chapters

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2011). Bilingual Books, Bridges to Literacy for Emergent Bilinguals In R. Meyer & K. Whitmore (Eds.), Reclaiming Reading: Teachers, Students and Researchers Regaining Spaces for Thinking and Action (224-235). New York: Taylor and Francis/ Routledge.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (2009). Effective Reading Instruction for English Language Learners. In Z. Han & N. Anderson (Eds.), Second Language Reading Research and Instruction: Crossing the Boundaries (pp. 102-116). Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan University Press.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2008). English Language Learners: Who are They? How can Teachers Support Them? In Y. Freeman, D. Freeman & R. Ramírez (Eds.), Diverse Learners in the Mainstream Classroom: Strategies for Supporting All Students Across Content Areas (pp. 31-58). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (2007). Four Keys for School Success for Elementary English Language Learners. In J. Cummins & C. Davison (Eds.), International Handbook of English Language Teaching (Vol. 1, pp. 349-365). New York: Springer.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (2006). Teaching Language Through Content Themes: Viewing our World as a Global Village. In T. Young & N. Hardaway (Eds.), Supporting the Literacy Development of Engilsh Learners: Increasing Success in All Classrooms (pp. 61-78). Newark: DE: International Reading Association.

Selected Refereed Journal Articles

Freeman, David, Mary Soto, and Yvonne Freeman. 2016. "Translanguaging Success into Practice." Language Magazine no. 16 (4):18-21.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (2008). Teaching Language Through Content. Revista Educacíón y Pedagogía, 51, 96-110.

Gómez, L., Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (2005). Dual Language Education: A Successful 50/50 Model. Bilingual Research Journal, 29(1), 145-164.

Freeman, Y., Kranz, P., & Freeman, D. (2005). Majority to Minority: Anglos in a World of Latinos. Journal of Intercultural Disciplines, V (Winter), 47-59.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2004). Connecting Students to Culturally Relevant Texts. Talking Points, 15(2), 7-11.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2003). Struggling English Language Learners: Keys for Academic Success. TESOL Journal, 12(3), 5-10.

Freeman, Y., Freeman, D., & Mercuri, S. (2003). Helping Middle and High School Age English Language Learners Achieve Academic Success. NABE Journal of Research and Practice.

Freeman, Y., Freeman, D., & Mercuri, S. (2003). Supporting Older Bilingual Students: Keys for Success. NYSABE Journal, 14, 1-18.

Freeman, Y., Siemens, H., & Freeman, D. (2003). Helping Future Biilingual Educators Find their Voice. TABE Journal, 7(1), 35-42.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (September, 2002). Meeting the Academic Needs of Three Types of Bilingual Students. Leaders of Learners, 1-2, 5-8.

Freeman, Y., Mercuri, S., & Freeman, D. (2001). Keys to Success for Bilingual Students with Limited Formal Schooling. Bilingual Research Journal, 25(1,2), 203-213.

Freeeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2000). The Checklist of Effective Practices for English Language Learners in Action in Social Studies Classrooms. Social Studies Review, 40(1), 28-36. Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (2000). Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners. Talking Points, 12(1), 2-7.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (1999). The California Reading Initiative: A Formula for Failure for Bilingual Students? Language Arts, 76(3), 241-248.

Freeman, Y., Freeman, D., & Fennacy, J. (1997). California's Reading Revolution: What Happened? The New Advocate, 10(1), 31-47.

Freeman, Y., Freeman, D., & Fennacy, J. (1996). The California Reading Task Force and Whole Language: Does Anyone Understand? Talking Points, 7(3), 2-5.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (1995). Conditions that Promote Change in Schools. School of Education Journal, 14 (December), 10-13.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (1993). Strategies for Promoting the Primary Languages of all Students. The Reading Teacher, 46(7), 552-558.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (1993). Whole Language: How Does it Support Bilingual Learners? Annual Conference Journal: NABE ‘90. ‘91, 159-174.

Freeman, Y., Freeman, D., & Lindberg, S. (1993). Voices of Teacher Educators Reflecting on Their Curriculum Together. Teacher Education Quarterly, 20(1), 37-49.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (1992). Is Whole Language Teaching Compatible With Content-Based Instruction. The Catesol Journal, 5(1), 103-108.

Freeman, D., Freeman, Y., & Fennacy, J. (1992). California's Reading Revolution: A Review and Analysis. The New Advocate, 6(1), 41-60.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (1991). Using Sheltered English to Teach Second Language learners. California English, 27(1), 6-7, 26.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (1991). Doing Social Studies: Whole Language Lessons to Promote Social Action. Social Education, 55(1), 29-32, 66.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (1990). Case Studies: Viewing New Students in New Ways. California English, 26(3), 8-9, 26-27.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (1990). New Attitudes for New Students. Holistic Education Review, 3 (2), 25-30.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (1989). Changing Contexts in Secondary Classrooms by Altering Teacher Assumptions. The Catesol Journal, 2(1), 27-43.

Freeman, Y., & Freeman, D. (1989). Bilingual Learners: How Our Assumptions Limit Their World. Holistic Education Review, 2(4), 33-39. Also in R. Miller (Ed.), New Directions in Education: Selections from Holistic Education Review (pp. 186-198). Brandon, VT: Holistic Education Press, 1991. Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (1987). Success for LEP Students: The Sunnyside Immersion Program. TESOL Quarterly, 21(2), 361-367.

Freeman, D., & Freeman, Y. (1987). Teaching Listening Comprehension by Using the Speech Acts. Journal of Intensive English Studies, 1(1), 17-40.

Freeman, D. (1987). Assignment of Pronoun Reference: Evidence that Young Readers Control Cohesion. Linguistics and Education, 1(2), 153-176.

Freeman, D., (1984). Educational Implications of the Work of Lev Vygotsky and Jean Piaget. SCOPE Arizona Association of Supervision and Curriculum Development(Spring), 22-26.