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🌍 ναℓєηтιηα gσηzαℓєz Jun 10
The characteristics of an effective ESL/bilingual teacher include A2
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Emily Fɾαɳƈιʂ 💫 Jun 10
{New Post} Memories Read how we took 250+ random class pictures and turned them into an End-of-Year project we’ll cherish forever! 🕷💛🎊 👉🏽
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scarlene Jun 10
A5- truth be told... twitter and have brought more meaningful PD than anything else (aside from my Uni). There haven't been many PD opps offered that targets specifics for ELLs, and they are it is the ELL Ts who go and not classroom Ts
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🌍 ναℓєηтιηα gσηzαℓєz Jun 10
A4 it would’ve nice if preservice teachers had to take courseS about second language acquisition, accommodating instruction for ELs, & culturally responsive teaching before graduating
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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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Jacqueline Zacarías Jun 10
A3: Attainable high expectations, opportunities for growth, showing ELL Ss they are loved, wanted and belong. No student wants to fail. Like ’s S said, they came here to be something!
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Judie Haynes Jun 10
A3) The communication between ESL and classroom teacher is crucial especially for gen ed teachers who have little experience with ELLs/
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Judie Haynes Jun 10
Yes! I find that teachers don't understand that they need to relate language objectives to content objectives. Language shouldn't be taught to ELLs out of context.
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Judie Haynes Jun 10
A2) An effective ESL teacher of ELLs should be a strong advocate for their students.
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Judie Haynes Jun 10
Q1) Please share your name and where and what you teach.
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LeighAnn Matthews Jun 10
A2. Positive, flexible, reflective, culturally responsive, & able to see the strengths of all students
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Chris Homiak Jun 10
Yes! This article from is packed with great Language Objectives resources:
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Kαrlα Pino 20m
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karen nemeth Jun 10
A3 Research shows that, for young ELLs/DLLs, it is important that language supports must connect with everything else they are learning during the day, so tchrs need to blend curricula with appropriate ESL strategies. Not easy!
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Carol Salva 4h
Loving 's session on building academic vocabulary. Direct Link: Wonderful examples of how 2teach academic language IN CONTEXT. Check out the chat while you watch. Live viewers had great comments! bit.lyVirtuEL<--All sessions
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Miss Hartmus Jun 10
Replying to @judiehaynes
A3. Good communication with ELL teachers and parents is important! Also, helping the ELLs integrate into the classroom community and connecting them to their classmates is essential
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karen nemeth 2h
Please join tonight’s special event! Guest hosts from and their recent issue on teaching ELs, including author will add perspectives to our chat about Teacher Leadership and Working with ELs 9pm ET/6pm PT
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karen nemeth Jun 10
A2 One thing that is not well-covered in ESL teacher ed programs is language teaching and learning for children under age 6 - and yet more tchrs are being asked. So - effective tchrs of ELLs should know about the whole range of development.
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Courtney Proffitt Jun 14
I have the opportunity to give input on updating an ESL Methods and Materials course leading to a K-12 endorsement. I'm looking to textbook suggestions.
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Jessica Williams 14h
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