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  • ESOL POWERPOINT- STRATEGIES TO HELP ELL STUDENTS UNDERSTAND GRAMMAR BY: ANNALISA ENGSTROM Tuesday, November 23, 2010
  • INDEX GLAD Sentence Patterning Sentence Frame Expert Groups/ Sentence detectives Word of the day- multiple languages Mimic writing Choice Prompts/ Writing Derby Sensory Field-trip Tuesday, November 23, 2010
  • GLAD Amazing teaching strategies for teaching ELL students! Personal favorites: Inquiry Charts, Big Books, Chants, Scientist Awards, Compare and Contrast, Response Journals, Found poetry, and Sentence Pattern. There is a plethora of resources and opportunities for application Tuesday, November 23, 2010 View slide
  • Sentence Pattern One of the strategies used for GLAD Teaches All parts of speech to a tune When applied the learning is immediate- it will stick in your students minds Tuesday, November 23, 2010 View slide
  • Sentence Frames Many, many options... One of my favorite frames includes this form for a summary sentence: Someone/wanted/but/so Example: The big bad wolf wanted to eat one of the three little pigs, but he was unsuccessful in his attempts to blow down a house so he climbed down a chimney. Tuesday, November 23, 2010
  • Expert Teachers Students set personal goals- they decide to become experts at an aspect of a lesson (i.e. strong ending, internal commas, hooks, paragraphs, activity directions... Whenever a student is absent or confused ask for an expert teacher. Students love to help their peers and will be attentive to teacher directions, so that they may get the chance to be the Expert. Tuesday, November 23, 2010
  • Word of the Day - Teach one vocabulary word daily - Create a hand action to match and use it as a transition cue - Encourage multi-lingual students to teach the word in their first language and teach the class - Post the words around the room and refer to often (Build a part of speech word wall Tuesday, November 23, 2010
  • Mimic Writing Students read multiple picture books Notice author craft Students choose a book or author to mimic Students write their own story version Celebrate the accomplishment Tuesday, November 23, 2010
  • CHOICE PROMPTS/ WRITING DERBY Allow students to choose between prompts for quick writes Students generate writing for 5 minutes, then count words, and graph their progress (fast visual for student and teacher) This can be extended later to any focus in writing (i.e. have students count mind-movie sentences or vivid verbs or helping verbs) It is simple; students with a reluctance for writing will gladly play this basic “game.” Tuesday, November 23, 2010
  • Sensory Field Trip When teaching the five senses, first provide understanding with visual cueing cards and real world examples- fresh oranges, bird calls, a fan... Once students have a grasp, take them on a field trip of the school- the corridors, the outside field, a different classroom- and have them classify the different senses. Allow students only a few minutes in each location. They will be focused and intent on identifying as many different senses as they can. This can then be expanded on with a poetry lesson. Tuesday, November 23, 2010
  • Sites to look into... • Bilingual Site of books and authors: http:// www.colorincolorado.org/read • Scholastic- so many strands! • Google ESOL teaching strategies • Mrs. P (online oral story telling) • Enchanted Learning • Spelling City • A to Z Tuesday, November 23, 2010