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Visual Scaffolding and Read-Aloud Plus
Transcript of Visual Scaffolding and Read-Aloud Plus
English Language Learners Visual Scaffolding Read-Aloud Plus Step-by-Step
Preread and choose support materials
Explain the process to the students
Read and clarify
Engage the students actively
Review key concepts
Assess and monitor growth
Add technology Example:
Mrs. Behrends 5th grade classroom, to help students understand some geometric terms they are learning she uses a book called Sir Circumference and the First Round Table: A Math Adventure. While she reads-aloud the students help solve the problem Sir Circumference is having in the book. Drawings, displays, and videos that help students connect visuals with words they are learning in English. Step by Step:
Identify the vocabulary
Reproduce and organize visuals
Engage the students
Build the file Example:
Ms. Hammond's high school history class, the teacher uses pictures from a recent trip to Egypt to help her students understand the information being taught on Ancient Egypt. As they learn new vocabulary and begin research on the topic the students use pictures and drawings they have found to present to the class. Read-Aloud: the method where the teacher reads out loud to illustrate correct pronunciation and fluency for English language learners. It also helps students relate text to their personal experiences. By: Lucy-Marie Bruns