In their book, Teaching for Biliteracy: Strengthening Bridges between Languages, Beeman and Urow describe their framework as having three components.
In each of the 10 chapters of this book, Beeman and Urow begin with key points that engage the reader in what is to come.
In this chapter, Beeman and Urow commit to explaining their biliteracy framework to the reader.
Furthermore, Beeman and Urow advise that while instructing ELLs, certain considerations should be adhered to, explaining three premises that should be taken into consideration while attempting to meet the needs of ELLs.
Beeman and Urow dedicate their third chapter to explaining the importance of capitalizing on teachers' life experiences and diversity.
In Chapters 4, 5 and 6, Beeman and Urow begin to outline the planning strategies of their biliteracy framework.
Beeman and Urow follow up with Chapters 7, 8 and 9, which focus on reading comprehension, writing, and word fluency.