• ED201
    Learner Outcome #5- Diversity Name: Date: 10/28/13 Grade or Subject: Mathematics School Supervising: Paul Laurence Dunbar High School Teacher: University Supervisor: 1.) Summarize your observations about diversity (ie: ELL, special education, ethnicity, social economic status). During my...
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  • Action Research for Esl Students
    any time outside regular classroom instructional time. The average time for observation duration was 34 minutes for each class. The data was retrieved from three different content levels of ESL and ELL students consisting of sixth, seventh and eighth grade students. The class breakdown...
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  • Assessment Ell
    funding is necessary to assist students in their learning and achievement. To provide the suitable service and achieve optimal result, teachers and administrators must identify their ELL students and place them in classroom that best fit with their abilities. In an interview conducted with Miss...
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  • Instructional Strategies for ELL Classrooms
    language for the ELL students (Haynes, 1998). In the virtual classroom the teacher did a wonderful job at controlling her tone and pace of speech. She spoke clearly and gave direct directions. Her body language and gestures and pronunciation were clear to the class. Next I’ll focus on feedback. In...
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  • Chapter One Summary
    students will have the support of a specialist that pulls them from the classroom and works with them in a different learning environment, whereas the SI student will not. In SI classrooms the instruction is adapted to the ELLs by the use of gestures, visual aids, and manipulatives. Classroom with...
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  • Reseatch Analysis
    two principles from the two districts, and finally interviews from the three ESL teachers and the English language learners (ELL). All of the data was collected by Janet, and she also conducted all of the interviews. To further exam the three ESL classrooms Janet used Geosemiotic analysis components...
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  • Special Education lit Review
    instruction, sheltering techniques, differentiated instructions and overcoming barriers related to teaching ELL students. It also expresses the importance of accepting cultural differences and embracing them into the classroom culture as well as being sensitive to the priorities and beliefs of various...
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  • REAT Task 2
    WGU Observation Protocol Form REAT Task 2 Observation Date: 05/06/14 Video Title: Model Lesson 1 1. Describe the context of the observed classroom (demographics, instruction, learning activity): The observed classroom is a third grade class that consists of Asian, Hispanic, and...
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  • Learning Through Diversity
    . Have students write on their observation logs daily about what they see going on in their jars. Classroom aide will help their group with one or two word responses. Aide will ask john yes/no questions and record answers on observation sheet. ELL students will write complete simple sentences about...
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  • English Language Learners
    proficient" (LEP) or "English language learner" (ELL) students. If, in the past, you taught only native English-speaking students but now have some ELL students in your classroom, then you have joined a growing number of teachers who can no longer take for granted that all students speak English and share...
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  • Instructional Strategies
    Abstract The diversity of students that are being mainstreamed into classrooms consists of students with little or no English proficiency skills. This population poses a challenge for many teachers who have received a limited amount of training to work with ELLs. Teachers are familiar with...
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  • Eassy
    success on the material presented by the classroom teacher. The purpose of this essay is to share thoughts of the mentor teacher for this class and evaluate the strategies used in her lessons to the ELL students in the class. It is also important that we visit the teachers’ effectiveness in her...
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  • Teachers of English Language Learners
    bilingual in English and Spanish. All teachers participating are trained for the Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment Standards (TELPAS) or the Texas Observation Protocol assessment rating process, which is required for ELL students. The participants will be required to take a survey in a...
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  • Case Study Research Paper
    Abstract The purpose of this study is to determine if a deficit in the ability to use oral communication has an effect on participation in an academic classroom discussion. The subject of the study is a seven year old girl who is an English Language Learner’s (ELL) and has educational challenges...
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  • Qualitative Approaches to Classroom Research
    designed to examine the complex relationships among factors in a learning situation. In classroom research on the experiences of ELLs, for example, the following elements might be involved: observations and narrative accounts of what students are doing during a particular type of focal activity...
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  • Investingating Ell Strategies
    Analyzing the Implementation of ELL Strategies Stacey Meyers Walden University Jen Xu Ph.D EDUC-66501 June 13, 2012 Analyzing and Implementing ELL Strategies The ELL strategies presented in the DVD were very informative, and I found myself intrigued with the lesson on...
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  • Vocabulary Development
    help aide a regular ed classroom teacher. I can identify with this article because while I was student teaching, I had an ELL student in my classroom. As I was reading through the article I noticed several techniques that I had not tried in my past experience in working with an ELL student. I...
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  • Ms. Rhonda Baker
    . Lesson Planning in the SIOP Model: Lesson Plan Rationale This first grade lesson plan is designed for multi-leveled, English Language Learners (ELL), in the content area of writing, in a mainstream classroom, using the model from the Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP). The SIOP...
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  • Understanding a Student's Background
    different languages. In the state of Florida, 9% of the 2,631,020 students are classified as English Language Learners (ELL) (National Center for Education Statistics, 2011). While this small percentage rate paints a picture that our classrooms have very few students with language and cultural...
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  • temp share
    materials that is need enable to plant the seed and make the plant grow. I will also make sure that I display pictures of plants in the classroom for the time period that we are doing this experiment. Twice a week I will sit the students down in a circle in front of the chalk board and we will discuss...
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