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    Stages of Instructing ELLs

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    I need notes and help with completing this information for ELL students. This information will be used in a graph.

    Brief examples of Pre-Emergent Instructional Strategies in:

    Speaking & Listening
    Reading
    Writing

    Brief examples of Emergent Instructional Strategies in:

    Speaking & Listening
    Reading
    Writing

    Brief examples Basic Instructional Strategies in

    Speaking & Listening
    Reading
    Writing

    Intermediate Instructional Strategies

    Speaking & Listening
    Reading
    Writing

    Along with justification of the strategies (why each strategy is applicable to the specific ELL proficiency label)

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    There is a range of web-based resources you can consult and cite for this assignment: choose any search engine you like (Google?) and such search strings as "instructional strategies for pre-emergent ELL learners" for a host of useful ideas. One such resource is this one: http://www.education.com/reference/article/instructional-strategies-success-ell/, but there are many more you could use. Repeat this search for each different stage of ELL development addressed in this task, and be sure to cite the resources that you use.

    Brief examples of Pre-Emergent Instructional Strategies in:
    Speaking & Listening: Flash cards with the target language letters; hearing the letter sounds, and speaking those sounds aloud.
    Reading: Visually identifying the letters and identifying them by name and sounds associated with them (example: the letter b (BEE) which sounds like 'buh')
    Writing: Producing the letters, properly shaped

    Justification: At this stage, learners are rank beginners, with no or very limited vocabulary, and no knowledge of the target language structure, not even letters or their sounds. Strategies for this group of learners, therefore, are targeted towards familiarizing them with the target language alphabet, and the range of sounds those letters are associated with. Also, instruction can include basic, beginning vocabulary ...

    Solution Summary

    Strategies for teaching ELL learners at the early stages of language acquisition, with justifications and Web-based resources.

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