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Rhonda H ESL-433N September 22, 2019 Proficiency Level Analysis Group 1 Group 2 Group 3 Aryann Gabriel Petie Suzanne Carlos Jakob Jerry Michael Corynn Desiree Hailey Jade Noah Ramon Rebecca Rationale: As I was looking over the AZELLA scores list, I started to think about what the best way is to group the students. Since there are 15 students in this class, I will make 3 groups of 5 students in each group. There are many factors that can decide the reasons of which students should be grouped. They are the students age, language proficiency level, educational background, and the resources that are available. (Jong, E & Commins, N. 2006) Each group will be different levels of learning. They will each have at least one proficient, intermediate, basic, and emergent learning style. This type of grouping is called cross-ability learners which means a group of students with different learning levels working together. (English Club, 2019) By having at least one proficient level learning they will be able to help the lower learning levels
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Unformatted text preview: with any questions or problems they may have. As the activities start, the teacher will still review and provide an example of the assignment that will be completed. While the groups are working, the teacher will walk around to each group to see how they are progressing and provide any answers to questions they may have. By working in these groups, ELL students will practice their writing, reading, listening, and speaking skills. They will also gain a better understanding and more knowledge while working with their peers. References: English Club (2019) Teaching English to Multi-Level Classes. Retrieved from: De Jong, Ester & Commins, Nancy (2006) How should ELLs be grouped for instruction? Retrieved from: ...
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