Ell Classroom Observations Essays and Term Papers

  • Intructional Strategies for Ell Classrooms

    Instructional Strategies for ELL Classrooms Grand Canyon University SPE-523N English Language Teaching Foundations and Methods November 17, 2010 There are many different strategies that an instructor can use in ELL classrooms or in classrooms in which ELL students have been mainstreamed. As always...

      1412 Words | 5 Pages   Constructivism (philosophy of education), English-language learner, Metacognition, English as a second or foreign language

  • Instructional Strategies for ELL Classrooms

    their grade level standard. This makes it a double challenge for them and their teachers. After observing a lesson based on a video simulation of a classroom, I will discuss five components: comprehensible input, ongoing specific and immediate feedback, grouping structures and techniques, building background...

      949 Words | 3 Pages   English-language learner, E-learning, English as a second or foreign language, Vocabulary

  • Conditions for Learning in the Ell Classroom

    Conditions For Learning in the ELL Classroom One thing the classroom teacher has complete control over is the environment in the classroom. In order for students to have ultimate success in learning, the teacher is solely responsible for building the stepping stones for optimum conditions for the...

      600 Words | 2 Pages   Teacher, Inclusion (education)

  • Classroom Observation

    Classroom Observation Paper Keri D Marceaux RDG/410 February 13, 2012 Julie Smith Classroom Observation Paper I had the privilege of interviewing and observing the third grade teacher and Forked Island E. Broussard in Vermillion parish. Mrs. Helen Conner is a reading and language arts teacher...

      797 Words | 3 Pages   Educational assessment, Reading comprehension, Teacher, Accelerated Reader

  • Classroom Observation

    Classroom Observation For this math assignment I chose to study a first grade classroom. Mrs. Cooper a first grade teacher told me that she would be honored to have me observe her instruction for as many days as I needed to complete my assignment. When I first stepped into her classroom, Mrs. Cooper...

      927 Words | 3 Pages  

  • Classroom Observation

    6th of December 2010 – in the recent classroom observation on the ZC11, a block section for first year Information Technology students taking up Study and Thinking Skills class of Dr. Florece. Evelyn E. Florece, PhD is a faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences under the Literature and Language...

      1422 Words | 4 Pages   Constructivist teaching methods, Teacher, Educational assessment

  • Classroom Observation

    University of Santo Tomas College of Education Classroom Observation Research In Partial Fulfilment of the Requirement in SPED 5 Child Observation Study 2 Submitted by: Amante, Kim Angela Dominguez, Kurt Louise Galano, Meridith Mae Gan, Jennica Patricio, Chris Paul Platero, Abigail ...

      365 Words | 3 Pages   Special education, Classroom management

  • Classroom Observations

    Fieldwork Report D: Classroom Interactions 1. Focus on one student for half hour during Language Arts a. Ernesto is the students I observed for 30 minutes during my observations. Ernesto is a struggling reading who can get distracted easily and keeps distracting the class. ...

      4995 Words | 12 Pages   Reading comprehension, Phonics, Reading education in the United States, Literacy

  • Classroom Observation

    inclusion classrooms, and any information I had obtained was through literature or discussion with fellow classmates. There were no such things as inclusion classrooms when I was in high school, and special education was not nearly as prevalent. I chose an inclusion classroom to do my observation out of...

      1786 Words | 5 Pages   Inclusion (education), Special education, Special education in the United States, Tutor

  • Classroom Observation

    Classroom Observation Samuel Castaneda MTE / 501 March 25, 2013 Charla Jones Classroom Observation Spent the morning of the 14th of March 2013 in the 5th grade class at Canyon Breeze Elementary School. Darrell Bledsoe is the teacher. Darrell and I served together in the US Air Force. We were...

      843 Words | 3 Pages   Learning styles, Recess (break)

  • Classroom Observation

    Observation Reflection The more you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go- Dr.Seuss The opportunity that was given for our class to visit Ozark Elementary was so great. Being able to see how other surrounding districts conduct their business...

      1587 Words | 4 Pages   Differentiated instruction, Kinesthetic learning, Guided reading, Instructional scaffolding

  • Classroom Observation

    Mrs. Cash’s 3rd grade classroom is a comfortable and safe environment for all of her 16 students. She has a very successful approach to education. Throughout the short amount of time I spent at Pelican Elementary, I was introduced to sheer creativeness.  During my observation time, I was able to grasp...

      1426 Words | 4 Pages   Classroom, Teacher, Reading (process)

  • Classroom Observation

    Definition: What is a budget? A budget generally refers to a list or plan of expenses and revenues. Make a budget is very important in every kind of business or personal plan. A budget is an organizational plan stated in monetary terms. Personal or Family budget: In a personal or budget all source...

      499 Words | 2 Pages   Budget, Personal budget, Revenue

  • Instructional Strategies for Ell Classrooms

    MODULE FIVE: INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES FOR ELL CLASSROOMS Instructional Strategies for ELL Classrooms Angelica L. Tarver Grand Canyon University ESL – 223N SEI English Language Teaching: Foundations & Methodologies October 10, 2010 Abstract This paper takes a close look at various...

      3891 Words | 10 Pages   English-language learner, English as a second or foreign language, Total physical response, Instructional scaffolding

  • Classroom Observation

    Classroom Observation Ricky Fonteneau COM/501CA July 30,2012 Matthew Devine Classroom Observation Teacher observations are an opportunity to assess and evaluate the teaching and learning environment within a classroom setting. Observers are not only introduced to a teacher’s particular approach...

      578 Words | 2 Pages   Inquiry-based learning, Collaborative learning, Observational learning, Philosophy of education

  • classroom observation

    Running head: CLASSROOM OBSERVATION Classroom Observation University of Phoenix EDU 301 – Foundations of Education Classroom Observation On September 21, 2009, I observed Mrs. Cristy Cochrane’s first grade classroom. Mrs. Cochrane is a 25 year veteran teacher, who has...

      836 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Classroom Observation

    Classroom Observation Kelby is a four year old child who has black hair and brown eyes. She is short in stature when compared to other children her age and appears to be of average weight. Kelby initially presents herself to be a confident child who has a solid grasp on the world around her, but upon...

      440 Words | 1 Pages  

  • classroom observation

    Classroom Observation Report I observed a general education kindergarten class at Monte Vista Elementary school in the Albuquerque public school district in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The setup of the classroom had four round tables with six seats for the capacity of 24 students in total. The round...

      557 Words | 2 Pages   Classroom management, Classroom, Teaching assistant, Teacher

  • Classroom Observation

    I had the pleasure of observing a classroom containing kindergarteners through second graders. In these classes I observed two students. One male one female. They had a variety of different traits and displayed skills to provide information of their development. Each of these children was at different...

      805 Words | 2 Pages  

  • Classroom Observation

    way to teach all students; instead, we must adapt different contents, strategies, and assessments to better educate our students. Often time our classrooms will be filled with students of vastly diverse ages and grade levels. When I was teaching Chinese at a local Chinese school, due to the limited resources...

      371 Words | 1 Pages   Learning styles, Educational assessment, Education, Teacher

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