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SLA Group Report

ESL 326 SP13
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Samantha Blaisdell

on 2 March 2013

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Transcript of SLA Group Report

The Direct Method Overview
What
Why
Techniques Cooperative Learning Students learning from each other in groups Dessugestopedia Overview
What?
Why?
Techniques
SLA Group Report Sarah Reagan, Kamarah Bayard,
and Samantha Westmoreland Technology with ELLs Effective Strategies for ELLs with Special Needs Strategies #15 Vocabulary Role-play
#16 Leveled Questions
#25 Sorting Activities
#32 Read-Pair-Share Learning new academic vocab is difficult for ELLs
Technology can make it easier to learn new vocab
"Triptico Word Magnets" = teacher created game that ELLs can use to practice vocab
Graphic Organizers are common and useful
"Words I know" and Venn Diagrams
Short videos are a useful tool Teachers teach students collaborative/social skills so they can work together more efficiently Lesson focus: Work on social skill and language task concurrently Each individual has leadership, contributes, and cooperates Disadvantages for ELLs with Special Needs
Scarcity of appropriate assessment
Lack of trained personnel to provide linguistically and culturally relevant materials
Shortage of special needs educators who are trained to address their language and disability needs simultaneously Prevention of School Failure
Creation of educational environments that are conducive to their academic success
Use of instructional strategies known to be effective with these students Early Intervention Strategies Clinical teaching
Peer/Expert Consultation
Teacher Assistance Teams
Alternative programs Major Principles
Teacher
Student
Language
Learning Major Principles
Teacher
Student
Language
Learning Supplementary instructional services are provided early, intense enough to bring at-risk students quickly to a level which they can profit from high quality classroom instruction
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