For ELL Students
Describe how the strategies of preview/review, content area reading and writing, and experiential methods have been demonstrated in your classrooms during content-based lessons. Were they successful? Why or why not? How could they be extended?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 7:18 am ad1c9bdddf
For ELL Students
Describe how the strategies of preview/review, content area reading and writing, and experiential methods have been demonstrated in your classrooms during content-based lessons. Were they successful? Why or why not? How could they be extended?
In the preview/review stage there are two important steps. Prior to new learning taking place, the teacher previews the topic to be studied. This is done to acquaint the ELL student with new terminology and themes as well as to identify gaps in knowledge. The review phase refers to a review of the material taught rather than simply sending students off when the bell rings with no review at all. It can also be a review at the beginning of class of the material taught the previous day.
In introducing a new unit on the Civil War to an ELL student, the teacher conducted a preview by discussing terminology such as emancipation, slavery, homestead, dirt farmer and involuntary servitude as well as the ...
This solution examines strategies to assist ELL students in the learning process. Preview/Review, Reading in the content area and experiential methods are all examined as viable strategies. Over 600 words of original text.
Instructional and Management Plan
Scenario: You teach in a regular education classroom of 30 students. Among them are: one student who has a learning disability, two students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), one English Language Learner (ELL) student, and one gifted student.
Based on the scenario, write instructional plan in math for one class period using specific instructional and management strategies. Include a section in which you identify and describe considerations made in advance of writing the instructional plan.
Consider the following:
1. Classroom arrangement
3. Curriculum and instruction modifications
4. Motivational strategies
5. Behavior issues