The number of young English learners worldwide continues to grow while preparation for English language educators in teaching young children is limited. This book guides educators in teaching young learners (2- to 12-year-olds) in an English as a foreign language setting by using The 6 Principles for Exemplary Teaching of English Learners® as a framework. A core set of principles for the exemplary teaching and learning of English as a new language, The 6 Principles and their recommended practices are targets of teaching excellence that provide teachers with the knowledge to improve instruction and assessment. Instructional techniques are illustrated throughout the book with numerous classroom examples, case studies, checklists, and vignettes.The authors' vision for The 6 Principles for teaching English to young learners has four major underpinnings that are foundational for teaching children, teaching children English in a foreign language context, and teaching children in the 21st century. 1. Commitment to children.2. Recognition of English as a global language.3. Integration of multiliteracies.4. Commitment to a multilingual world.Educators who share their vision and want to improve outcomes for their young English learners in a foreign language context will greatly benefit from the strategies and resources provided in this easy-to-follow guide.