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Running head: WEEK FIVE SUMMARY 1 Week Five Summary Rhonda Zarychta MTE/553 November 7, 2017 Shelly Fair
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WEEK FIVE SUMMARY 2 Week Five Summary Reading, Writing, and Learning in ESL, Ch. 5 When developing the English language, many areas specifically work together to enhance the learning of the student. First is to listen, then speak, reading is next, and then writing. All of the areas are essential pieces when teaching English language learners. One must use connections between speaking, reading, and writing and continually used in the classroom. SOLOM or Student Oral Language Observation Matrix was introduced and how to effectively use it in the school. It will show the oral proficiency of the student, and throughout the day one can use it for observations to determine how well the student is progressing, or if there need to be changes made. Formal presentations are an ideal way to learn how well a student understands the subject. Because of the hesitancy of some EL students to speak in front of the whole class, you may need to find other ways, such as small group or one-on0one to make the student comfortable. It is imperative not to force a student to do a presentation in front of the whole class as it could adversely affect them. Using the technique of think-pair-share can assist the students in becoming more comfortable presenting. First, students will be in pairs to determine the answer or solution to a question. Once they have found a solution, they could show it to another couple, encouraging both students in the pair to share. Finally, building up, so the pair then shows it to the class. It may help the EL learner to have someone with them to support their ideas and
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