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Supporting English Language Learners in the Elementary Classroom
Transcript of Supporting English Language Learners in the Elementary Classroom
Make large colorful charts showing fractional parts of wholes with bold labels, show fractional parts of wholes on document camera or screencast, cut up an apple into fractional parts, and have kids make fractional pizzas with same size parts with paper. 5. COOPERATIVE LEARNING What it is: Strategy that encourages students to interact and rely on others to help complete tasks. Students hear and practice academic English content, not just social/communicative language. Provides rich learning opportunities as well as learning content/concepts. Example: Use in study of different countries and cultures, research reports, presentations, math story problems, various reading activities such retelling a story or choral reading. 6. GUIDED LANGUAGE ACQUISITION AND DESIGN (GLAD) AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT (ELD) STRATEGIES What they are: GLAD AND ELD were created specfically for ELLs and embed many other proven strategies. They are known for their vision and understanding of the STAGES of LANGUAGE ACQUISITION. 7. READER'S and WRITER'S WORKSHOP What they are: Both of these approaches to teaching reading and writing are extremely positive strategies for teaching language to ELLs as well as ALL STUDENTS. They have all the components that foster language acquisition as well as many scaffolding strategies that produce multifaceted results. HOW DO I SUPPORT ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS IN THE ELEMENTARY CLASSROOM?
by Sharon Bednarek CELEBRATE ALL ATTEMPTS AND SUCCESSES ALONG THE WAY! Examples:
Guide students in making predictions in story or experiment. Ask questions while reading. Suggest strategies during independent practice. Ask students to contribute own experiences that relate.