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Trigger Student's Desire to Learn English Faster and at Grade Level

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As students encounter English, they should experience exciting stories and topics they can relate to in their primary language. These work best when introduced through comprehensible input such as photographs, video clips, text features and more. Exposure to foundational skills and language conventions is vital, but they must be presented in context, and driven by reading and writing. Discovering the patterns behind the English language as well as its quirks can accelerate the students’ ability to own English.

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Trigger Student's Desire to Learn English Faster and at Grade Level

  1. 1. Do students want to be Normal or Amazing ? Activate a Student’s Desire to Learn!
  2. 2. Silent Period Fossilizati on Intensive Interventio n
  3. 3. Student agency refers to learning through activities that are meaningful and relevant to learners, driven by their interests, and often self-initiated with appropriate guidance from teachers.
  4. 4. TURN TALK
  5. 5. Connect Think Talk Read Write iT !
  6. 6. Picture Walks A picture walk allows readers to explore and interpret visual images across all content areas. Connect visual images to their personal experiences and activate prior knowledge while expressing themselves at their own oral language level. Details Count!
  7. 7. Amplify! not Simplify
  8. 8. E L D C U L T U R E
  9. 9. ?
  10. 10. ?
  11. 11. Grass Pines Colorful
  12. 12. Windows Door Roof
  13. 13. Smoke Fire Bricks Rocks Soil Ground Petals Blooms Leaves Clouds Sky Air
  14. 14. Cycle Condensation Altitude Growth Life Photosynthesis Matter Seasons Shelter Safety
  15. 15. If you see it? You’ll talk about it! If you talk about it? You’ll be able write about it!
  16. 16. Transforming Parents, Administrators, Teachers and Students!
  17. 17. Today we’re going to learn about cakes! Traditional approach
  18. 18. BITE S INCREME NTS MINI- LESSONS BITE S BITE S
  19. 19. A Culture of Thinking!
  20. 20. TRANSFER! AGENCY!
  21. 21. Letters Phonem es Digraphs High Frequency Words idioms Syllabl es Homopho nes Irregula r verbs
  22. 22. Bough Rough Through Cough ough ThoughOught
  23. 23. Phonemi c Awarene ss Contex t!
  24. 24. /a/ /ap/ Explicit Phonics
  25. 25. cap map clap nap tap lap
  26. 26. c ap
  27. 27. n ap
  28. 28. cl ap
  29. 29. TRANSFER AGENCY OWNERS HIP MULTIPLE ENCOUNTER S MULTIPLE CONTEXTS
  30. 30. t ap
  31. 31. l ap
  32. 32. m ap
  33. 33. ? at
  34. 34. How many words do you know that end with /at/ and how would you amplify them?
  35. 35. A key to prompting students to speak is asking the right question at the right time to the right student!
  36. 36. If you see it? You’ll talk about it! If you talk about it? You’ll be able write about it!
  37. 37. Is the grass green? What color are the Flowers?
  38. 38. Is it morning? Why do you think so? Do you think it’s cold? Why is there smoke coming out of the brick chimney?
  39. 39. Read like a Detective and Write Like an Investigative Reporter
  40. 40. Amplify! not Simplify
  41. 41. Do students want to be Normal or Amazing ? Activate a Student’s Desire to Learn!

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