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Original: How can you better help ESL students in your classroom?

ESL Professional Development
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Julie Noble

on 13 September 2012

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Transcript of Original: How can you better help ESL students in your classroom?

ELL - English Language Learner
ESL - English as a Second Language How can you better help ESL students in your classroom? (cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr Pre-Production Stage 1: "Silent Period" Early Production Stage 2: Stages of Second Language Acquisition {10 hours - 6 months}
Students may have up to 500 words in their receptive vocabulary but they are not yet speaking.
{Additional 6 months}
Students will develop a receptive & active vocabulary of about 1000 words. Stage 3: Speech Emergence {Additional 1 year}
Students have developed a vocabulary of about 3,000 words &
can communicate with simple phrases and sentences. Stage 4: Intermediate Fluency {Additional 1 Year}
Students have a vocabulary of 6000 active words. Stage 5: Advanced Fluency Repeat
Duplicate gestures & movements
Listen attentively
Copy from the board Answer with yes or no
Speak in 1-2+ word phrases
Use repetitive language patterns
Begin to verbalize while still internalizing English Will ask simple questions
Able to do some content work with support
Will imitate short conversations with classmates
Can understand easy stories read in class with support of pictures Use more complex sentences when speaking & writing
Willing to express opinions & share thoughts
Will be able to work in grade level math & science classes with some support
Comprehension in Literature & S.S> content is increasing
Writing will have many errors as ELLs try to master grammar & sentence structure
Copy from the board Near-native in ability to perform in content area learning
Need continues support especially in history/S.S & writing
Most have been exited from ESL/support programs
Takes students 4-10 years to achieve cognitive academic language proficiency in a second language. Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills BICS Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency CALP BICS vs. CALP Day-to-day language /Social Language
Use on the playground, at lunch, on the bus, at parties, playing sports, talking on the phone {Develop within 6 months - 2 years after arrival in U.S.} When Teachers/Administrators think a child is proficient in the language when they demonstrate good social English. Day-to-day language /Social Language
Use on the playground, at lunch, on the bus, at parties, playing sports, talking on the phone {Develop within 6 months - 2 years after arrival in U.S.} PROBLEM: • How do you know what students should be able to do? WIDA's Can Do Descriptors TOP 10
Strategies for Improving Instruction for ELLs Speak slowly & clearly Use Sufficient Wait Time Model Expectations & Spoken Language Use Visual Aids Use Hands-On Activities
& Active Methods of Learning Set objectives
& provide feedback Use Cooperative Learning Keep expectations high,
but reasonable Provide Lesson Outlines/
Graphic Organizers Integrate ESL Student's Culture Effective Instruction
{Science, Social Studies, &Writing} Julie Noble Science & Social Studies Writing Activate prior knowledge & build background
Emphasize key vocabulary
Use visuals
Use texts written at the student's level
Include activities to increase engagement
Model writing strategies (revision, editing, & elaboration)
Conference with students individually
Allow writers to self-select topics to help keep them motivated to write
Use diaries/journals to promote fluency
Utilize personal narratives & writer's workshop to help students feel comfortable
Expose ESL learners to a wide variety of literary forms
Incorporate various writing activities in all content areas
Utilize blogs with students Suggestions for Classroom Activities Involving ESL Parents & the Community Encourage students to use their
first language at Home Develop plans for parent & community
involvement that include the parents
of ELLs and others who share
their ethnicity & culture. Find a way to communicate with parents. Gather information from parents of ELLs
about their backgrounds, languages,
and cultures. Questions???


Website for more information... http://theellspot.blogspot.com/


Post-survey &
Volunteers for follow up interviews
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