Accommodating English Language Learners

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Accommodating English Language Learners Many of the things that a teacher would do for a new student to the school, at which they teach, would be some of the same things that they would do for an English Language Learner (ELL). Along with a few extra things possible added to the curriculum, class lectures, and activities. Here are at least 10 of the things I believe would prove essential for an ELL student to succeed in my classroom. 1. Assess the needs of the ELL student. By doing this I would know where I need to begin with this student needs to be successful in my classroom and in the future. It would be an informal assessment; ongoing throughout the year. 2. Empathy would also be a helpful tool for both the student and the teacher. By putting myself in the shoes of the student, and trying to understand how it must feel to be a coming into a classroom being indifferent. Surrounded by people of a different culture who also speak a different language. 3.
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This note was uploaded on 09/26/2011 for the course EDUCATION AED 200 taught by Professor Stickler during the Fall '11 term at University of Phoenix.

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