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Running head: REFLECTION ESSAY 1 Course Reflection Essay Joana Ledo Walden University Dr. Mel Griffin EDUC-6650K-1 Enhancing Learning Through Linguistic and Cultural Diversity February 24, 2011
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Reflection Essay This course has really helped me with focusing my instruction with my ELL students and servicing their special needs. I am now aware that some of my techniques are appropriate and have learned some ways to adjust them to become the most highly effective teacher possible. Skills such as communicating on a more effective level with my ELL students, creating lessons that engage as well as inform, and developing my students’ language acquisition skills at all moments throughout the day (Stritikus 2006). Additionally, coming from a grade level and district that doesn’t really use rubrics, those that I’ve been fortunate enough to use during this course have helped to understand me to incorporate some alternatives to grading that can be altered to fit the specific needs of my ELL students (Stritikus 2006). I have only been used to using rubrics for writing assessments that
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This note was uploaded on 08/14/2011 for the course EDU 631 taught by Professor Marin during the Spring '11 term at Walden University.

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APP7LedoJ - Running head: REFLECTION ESSAY 1 Course...

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