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English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
English Language Learners
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This presentation supports my book, English Language Learners: Teaching Strategies That Work, which will be published in April, 2010 by Linworth Publishing

This presentation supports my book, English Language Learners: Teaching Strategies That Work, which will be published in April, 2010 by Linworth Publishing

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  • 1. English Language Learners: Teaching Strategies That Work(Linworth Publishing 2010)<br />Larry Ferlazzo<br />
  • 2. ELL’s Are Often Seen Through a “Lens” Of Deficits<br />
  • 3. Lower-Level Thinking<br />
  • 4. Instead, ELL’s Can Be Seen Through A “Lens” Of Assets<br />
  • 5. Higher Level Thinking<br />
  • 6. Building Relationships<br />
  • 7. Sister Classes<br />
  • 8. Learning By Doing<br />
  • 9. Picture Word Inductive Model (PWIM)<br />
  • 10. PWIM SEQUENCE<br />Introduce Picture & 20+ Words<br />Put Words Into Categories & Students Find New Ones That Fit Patterns<br />Complete “Cloze” Sentences Using Picture Words. Next, Categorize Them & Add New Sentences About Picture That Fit Categories<br />Convert Sentences Into Paragraphs. Next, Turn Paragraphs Into Essay With Title<br />
  • 11. Free Voluntary Reading<br />
  • 12. Problem-Based Learning<br />
  • 13. Accessing Prior Knowledge Through Student Stories<br />
  • 14. Freirean Lesson Sequence<br />1) What do you see?<br />2) What problem do you think is represented in the picture or video?<br />3) What do you think caused the problem?<br />4) Have you or your families ever experienced a similar problem?<br />5) How did you or your family respond to the problem?<br /> 6)What do think are other possible ways to respond to the problem? <br />
  • 15. Mentor Student Leadership Potential<br />
  • 16. Qualities Of A Good Language Learner<br />Intrinsically Motivated<br />Self-Confident<br />Willing To Take Risks<br />Learns From Mistakes<br />Wants To Teach Others<br />
  • 17. Reflection<br />
  • 18. No Cockroaches<br />
  • 19. Larry Ferlazzo<br />“English Language Learners: Teaching Strategies That Work” Linworth Publishing, 2010<br />“Building Parent Engagement In Schools” Linworth Publishing, 2009<br />Blog: http://larryferlazzo.edublogs.org/<br />Student Website: http://larryferlazzo.com/<br />Student Blog: http://sacschoolblogs.org/burbankeld/<br />

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