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like sample objectives. Like sometimes I go and look in the POLIA-handbook and sometimes like taking examples of writing lessons like my lesson plans and reading through other people’s and making and how they word things and different things helps me go back to my computer and start writing my...
The most significant step that an educator can take to be better equipped to teach an ever changing and diverse population of students is to become familiar with strategies that benefit ELL learners, understand the language acquisitions process for ELL learners and provide them with an...
allowed to have the directions read aloud. This prevents confusion about what the test is asking of the student. The simplification of testing language has proven to improve ELL students’ test scores (Montgomery, et al., 2003).
A final modification would be to allow ELL students to take the...
these lessons plans comes into play with pairing students with another, repeating instructions, hands on activities, different types of teaching techniques- lecture, visuals, stations, and self-guided. “As the information is processed differently among different learners, it is necessary to make lessons...
containing multiple choice, fill-in the blank, matching and short answer. I also used a pre assessment on the first day of my teaching to assess prior knowledge of dental care. This allowed me to gauge how in depth I needed to teach my lessons. I also used a rubric to measure student’s ability to...
the No Child Left Behind Act. This Act enables the Department of Education to determine how every public school in the country is performing based on standardized testing. The three subgroups that did not make AYP are the Students with Disabilities (SWD), English Language Learners (ELL), and the...
. Verbal and auditory learners develop a better understanding of materials during large group interactive lessons. The ability for students to touch the screen and interact with the material being taught encourages their physical participation in lessons.
Assessments: Minute Paper
To use the Minute...
background | It is important to look closely at the assessment that depicts the areas that the student is weaker and stronger. An assessment can assist the teacher in determining how strong the student is in their primary language. It is important to teach the students instruction in their primary...
use study skills. You will need
to plan lessons that teach students how to study.
Provide them with the tips that they need to be successful learners. Teach the skill, model, and practice
until the student makes this a part of an automatic
Use questions in your lessons to help...
because they have limited English language skills would be like assuming they don’t know how to feed themselves because they don’t eat the same foods. We can’t save the metaphor lessons only for advance language proficiency students. In English Learners in American Classrooms, James Crawford and Stephen...
.” (Echevarria, 2007, p. 50). When I become a teacher, it will be extremely important that I adjust my lesson plans and instructional settings in order to meet the ELL student’s needs and give them the opportunity to reach the high quality of learning that they need.
Along with gaining the knowledge of the...
, candy). The teacher will list the response on the board/chart paper and invite the students to come up and draw a visual to correspond with their responses. The students would also draw lines to show how they would divide their responses. |
Teach Lesson/Model: The teacher will draw a circle on...
Week 3 Parent Involvement Plan
SEI 301 Week 3 Proficiency Standards Lesson
SEI 301 Week 3 DQ 1
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SEI 301 Week 4 Language Acquisition Timeline Chart
SEI 301 Week 4 Cooperative Learning Activity and Paper
SEI 301 Week 4 DQ 1
SEI 301 Week 4 DQ 2
SEI 301 Week 5 Alternative...
Week 5 DQ 1 Planning Vocabulary Instruction Based on IEP Objectives and Individualized Needs
ESE 697 Week 5 DQ 2 Designign a Mini-Lesson in Vocabulary
ESE 697 Week 5 Assignment Lesson Plan #5 Vocabulary or Content Area
ESE 697 Week 6 DQ 1 The Importance of Planning Evidence-Based Strategies for...
they feel they need extra help in. Technology meets their specific needs.
Jan: How have you used technology with English language learners?
Itza: As a 1st-grade teacher, I've used technology as a way to help my ELL students enhance their learning by providing different pathways in which they will...
Week 2 Matching Objectives to Instruction
EDU 381 Week 3 DQ 1 The Quest for Knowledge
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content area selected in Week One. The unit must contain at least three lessons written for the unit. Each Learning Team member must develop his or her own plan.
Identify key vocabulary, lesson topics, lesson sequence, and
supplementary materials. The final Instructional Unit is due in Week Six...
Designing a Mini-Lesson in Mathematics
ESE 697 Week 4 Assignment Lesson Plan #4 Mathematics
ESE 697 Week 5 DQ 1 Planning Vocabulary Instruction Based on IEP Objectives and Individualized Needs
ESE 697 Week 5 DQ 2 Designign a Mini-Lesson in Vocabulary
ESE 697 Week 5 Assignment Lesson Plan #5 Vocabulary...
English Language Learners in Special Education:
How They Learn and How to Teach Them
By Jackie Moore
How Should Students Learn?
Unfortunately in our public school systems today, we do not have a clear program or even a concept of what type of classroom English Language Learners (ELL) need to...
of public education has faced many challenges. One of its more important challenges has been how to teach children from diverse backgrounds and cultures. As a society that prides itself on a democratic ideology, cultural diversity and schooling are not trivial issues. One of the more significant...
Lesson Length: 20-30 minutes
Objectives/Learner Outcomes (specific and measurable)
“At the completion of this lesson, learners will be able to…” (LWBAT…)
Spell their vocabulary words
How will you know that the learners met the objectives...
with ELL students. Ideas: read with parents, teach parents how to read to students, and peer reading groups
12. Engaging parents: what---engaging the support of families and parents is critical. Ideas---helping parents to help themselves, helping parents help their children, and using parents as...
. Similarly, teachers who teach subject matter to ELLs must be prepared to ensure that these learners understand classroom discussion and expository text. Schifini (1994) suggests that classroom teachers with no specialized training in linguistics consider the successful instructional strategies they...
they have said. Teach for fluency right from
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Session 4A: Generating Predictions
This section of the lesson promotes the need to predict before reading. Students who have participated
in earlier lessons have texts they have generated and can reread as a way...
Biliteracy instruction for English Language Learners for Earth Science on Weather
Dual language is an education model involving the use of two languages to teach literacy and content. A partner language is used for a minimum of half of the instructional and learning...
EDU 381 Week 5 Final Paper
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Part One: Lesson Plan
Select academic standards on which a unit of study can be developed. Create three lesson plans that could be used in this unit using three different instructional models (select from models...
have learned in this first week of class, it is essential to understand how to plan for effective instruction for students with disabilities. In the classroom, it is important for all lesson plans to not only integrate effective strategies for instruction and accommodations for students with...
|Strategies for English Language |What additional teaching strategies will be used to accommodate the needs of English Language Learners during this lesson unit? |