wk 15 1200-0115 - BLE220T/Th12:0001:15 What is JGT How to...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 3/2/11 BLE 220 T/Th 12:00-01:15 04/27/2010
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3/2/11 What is JGT? How to go beyond JGT?
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3/2/11 Three types Five levels The possible mismatch between cognitive level, and language level. The difference between home culture, and school Integratio n Separatio n/ segregati on assimilati on marginali zation L1 + + - - L2 + - + -
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3/2/11 What advice did you give to your peers? Talk more about how you would use it in your classroom, not just what the strategy is. The advice I gave to my peers was to be more specific about their examples. Advice given: explain how content could be modified to incorporate ELLs w/mainstream students .
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3/2/11 What advice did you give to your peers? Some advice that I gave to my peers would be to not only make the original strategy good but to also spend more time making sure the modifications
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