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Elizabeth McMullen Jun 11
2A4: Visual vocabulary cards, visual anchor charts, realia, visual word walls, visuals within language outcomes and for language functions, videos, visual word banks, PWIM with visuals related to science theme.
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Margie Flores Jun 18
3A2: Example of a video recording of a student explaining the steps needed to solve a word problem with the use of color-coded sentence stems. Prior to recording himself on Flipgrid, the student had written this. 18.0
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Nicole Anderson Jun 12
18.0 3A3 Careful and strategic planning of what words to teach & when- are they necessary for the lesson, will it be needed in future lessons, will explicitly teaching this word make learning new words easier?
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Tan Huynh Jun 13
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Avery Jun 16
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Beth Skelton Jun 18
4A5) Sentence dissections are so helpful for expanding ELs--they teach structure in context + expand complexity. More info on 'language dives': and 18.0
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Tamara M Garcia Jun 12
Spent my 4th and final day learning about the new Texas ELAR TEKS strand layout for K-5 and the new curriculum coming next school year at my district. Here is the awesome acrostic my group made today to solidify our learning 👩‍🏫👂👀📚✏💻
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Deb Jun 15
So many techniques modeled in such a short demonstration! Wow! Love this and will use this!
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Carol Salva Jun 15
Keep tweeting about ! You're supporting the learning of others. (mine, for sure) So grateful to all the presenters and to everyone who is watching. It's all here:
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🇧🇷Cristiane Howard 🇺🇸 Jun 16
WOW! This article is 🤯.
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Katie Welch Jun 11
I've found this type of visual helps my better grasp the four domains of English Language Development and is a good scaffold for talking about comprehensible input. 18.0
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Mia Allen Jun 15
Thank you Building context and connectivity for . This morning’s research based session builds on the practicality of great vocabulary instruction
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Carly Spina Jun 12
Hey Y'all! Check out my article for on leveraging our students' linguistic assets!
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VirtuEL Conference Jun 15
brings you the leading experts in our field with just 1 click: . Today at 10 AM ET
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Ryan Moon Jun 18
18.0 , @andreahonigsfeld 4Q4) However if the student is literate in his/her native lang it is possible 2 practice metacog strategies w/ the native text.
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Ryan Moon Jun 18
18.0 , @andreahonigsfeld 4Q4) cont'd S's can wrk w/ more prof EL's w/ same native lang, 2 translate and make connections 2 new vocab.
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Cynthia Rial Graham Jun 11
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Kirsten Foti, M.Ed.T Jun 16
3A5 Journal writing, when done well, allows for pure experimentation in a pressure-free environment. I don't think any kids get enough of that. They need to learn to simply enjoy writing for the sake of writing.
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Nicole Anderson Jun 12
3A3 Developing/Expanding Ss take charge of their own vocabulary learning in unit through Unknown-Known—Own strategy 18.0
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VirtuEL Conference Jun 15
Updated Link: 👈👈👈 's great session on using the ! She went over basics of how to use it & talked abt how it engages Ss in all four language domains !
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