ESL in History class

ESL in History class - Inside the history classroom. .....

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ESL Strategies in History Classrooms Austin Council Christa Mizrahi Alison Schmeer Janyel Smith Samantha Swanhart Louis Toedt
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Discussion Techniques Framework for discussion Triad Reinforcement aids Group work Analytical thinking prompts for reflection of lecture
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Why Discussion Techniques? Framework: build ‘place of plenty,’ familiarity of content. Triad: guided class discussion to ensure students are understanding not only the lecture, but each other. Reinforcement aids: various worksheets Group work: used to complete the reinforcement aid Thinking prompts: reinforcing the lecture outside the classroom; reflection on the experience
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Note Taking Strategies Ties with Reinforcement Aids 2 column notes Notes from lecture (listening), reading (self-taught), and group work (exchanging information)
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Unformatted text preview: Inside the history classroom. .. Visual aids (time lines, pictures of historical figures being discussed, etc.) Culturally open and accepting No Politics! Reading strategies for lecture reinforcement (pages 17-18 of study guide) Portfolio display Activity Within your group, discuss how you would describe the following word and form a sentence with the word to an ELL student. Group 1: Motivation Group 2: Evidence Group 4: Justify Group 5: Convincing Group 6: Point of View References www.teachinghistory.org Talking History by Shannon Carey Reframing English Language Development by Shannon Carey SQ3R: Survey, Question, Read, Review, Recite by Jordan Alexander-Santana...
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