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  • Ell presentation

    1. 1. Engaging English Language Learners by Rise” Cuellar
    2. 2. Student Engagement • All students need to be engaged in the lesson in a fun and interesting way. • ELL students especially need this to help bring their language to life. • This is done at the beginning of a new theme or topic or as an introduction to a lesson.
    3. 3. HOW? • Short and snappy. • Not more than a few minutes. • You want to grab their attention.
    4. 4. Sing songs or chants. Read poems with visual support.
    5. 5. Visual Support Examples Stuck On A New Word? Look at the pictures -Look at the picture for clues Get your lips ready -Say first sounds • Photos -Read & say it again Stretch it out -Stretch word out -Put sounds together • Posters Chunk the Word -Look for word chunk -Look for a word part • Real objects Skip It, Skip It -Skip the word -Read to the end -Hop back & read it • Charts Try it again -Try to reread -Try a new word Ask for help -Ask for help after you have tried the other strategies Never let the word win. Read on!
    6. 6. Read Short Interesting Books • Act out actions. • Sketch key vocabulary. • Reread the story the next day. • Work on a theme or topic with several books during the unit.
    7. 7. Selected Passages • Choose a few pages from a book to grab attention • The pages should contain clear pictures.
    8. 8. Read and act out: • Stories and simple plays with straightforward plots. • Various scenarios of everyday interactions. • Teach frequently heard words.
    9. 9. T U • Model the rhythm and cadence of the N English language through reading: E • interesting passages T H • poems E • short stories E A R
    10. 10. Recreate scenarios or retell stories through actions, drawings, and sentences using frames they complete with learned words and phrases.
    11. 11. Writing Write sentences of common utterances and read them aloud.
    12. 12. Write then Read • Write--One word at a time so students see and hear words. • Read--Slowly as a whole, then at normal speaking speed.
    13. 13. Use known works to focus on phonological awareness. Make this brief and lively!
    14. 14. Language Pattern Songs • Use Language Pattern Songs to engage students at the beginning of a lesson. • These help the students to practice the vocabulary, language patterns and cadence.
    15. 15. Sing a New Song • It tunes the ear to a language pattern. • Helps to internalize the new language.

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