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HELLping ELL students

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Transcript of HELLping ELL students

Background
GOAL!
the road to becoming a better teacher
hELLping in the classroom
Students whose

Primary language or language used at home ≠ English, and

Require additional support to develop their individual potential within BC curriculum*
* English Language Learners Policy Framework, Ministry of Education, 1998
ELL students are
simultaneously
developing:
a grasp of the knowledge, skills, and attitudes specific to various subjects.

a better command of the English language.

an ability to interact with others and function within the social environment of the school.

Appropriate Forms of Instruction & Assessment
Language
Context
Time
aim for greater understanding, not obscurity
wait time
give students time to rehearse information or instructions orally
scaffold and guide students on how to read comprehensively using the right tools (pre-reading, pre-reading questions, locating key words, building a vocabulary notebook, follow-up questions)
directed reading activities:
simplify text:
support rather than stigmatize students' use of their native language
build a supportive environment:
Social Inclusion in the Mainstream Classroom
Principles of Learning
that apply to ELL students
1.
Learning requires the
active

participation
of the student.

2.
People learn in a
variety of ways
and
at different rates
.

3.
Learning is an
individual
and a
group process
.
provide opportunities for students to learn and demonstrate knowledge in their own way
multimodality:
respect:
create a safe and respectful environment in your classroom by teaching and modeling the value of differences between people
Parental Involvement & Teacher Training
Resources
BC Ministry of Education:
https://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/ell//standards.pdf
https://www.bced.gov.bc.ca/ell//policy/classroom.pdf


Creative Commons Images:
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Pixabay
Summary
inclusion

- socially and academically
flexible
instruction &
fair
assessment
united efforts
- school, home and student
Cassandra Chan, Christine Yeung, Kano Yajima, Mitra Mirshafie
EPSE 317 Unit 3 Project:

graduation credits:
currently, BC does not recognize ELL courses as creditable language courses - this is an exemplary case of social exclusion
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