AED 200 Accommodating ELL Students Checkpoint

AED 200 Accommodating ELL Students Checkpoint - -elevate...

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ELL students are ones that have another language as their first language. This outline is a brief description of ways I would help the ELL students learn the English language in my classroom. -provide opportunities to increase the student’s vocabulary in all subject areas -provide field experiences with the English language that would increase vocabulary -use lots of literature to increase the student’s vocabulary. Assess students comprehension. -provide opportunities for questioning and ask question to ensure the student’s understand -increase comprehensibility by using pictures, objects, or gestures in relations with vocabulary -increase the student’s interaction with study buddies or project based learning
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Unformatted text preview: -elevate thinking or study skills by asking “what if” type questions-use a students’ native language to increase comprehensibility or understanding -peer tutoring; with one student helping the other- the use of dialog journals; where the student writes in a journal and the teacher responds I think these are the most effective ways to teach or for an ELL student to learn the English language or any other language that they may want to or have to learn. These are ten ways that I would help my ELL students learn the English language while in my classroom....
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2010 for the course AED 200 taught by Professor Daniels during the Spring '10 term at University of Phoenix.

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