ESOL at SAS Elementary SAS  초등학교  ESOL  프로그램
Welcome to your child’s world! 자녀의 세계에 오심을 환영합니다 ! <ul><li>I have no idea what she’s saying! </li></ul><ul><li>선생님이 무슨 말씀을...
What is ESOL? <ul><li>E nglish for  S peakers of  O ther  L anguages </li></ul><ul><li>ESOL 은 “영어 아닌 다른 언어를 모국어로 하는 사람들을 위...
Learning a language takes  a lot longer than learning to walk! 언어를 배우는 것은 걷기를 배우는 것 보다 훨씬 더 오래 걸립니다 ! <ul><li>Language lea...
Language Acquisition 언어 습득   <ul><li>BICS: 기초적인 대인관계를 위한  </li></ul><ul><li>의사소통 기술 -  대화소통을 위해  </li></ul><ul><li>필요한 일상적...
Language  Acquisition 언어 습득 <ul><li>Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency  -includes listening, speaking, reading, and w...
An Iceberg   ( 빙산 ) Only about 10 percent of its mass is above the surface of the water and is called “the tip of the iceb...
BICS is just the tip of the iceberg. BICS 는 빙산의 일각일 뿐입니다 . Our goal is to develop students who are both  fluent  (able to ...
-Me hungry -I hungry.  I go to kitchen. -I am hungry.  I will go to kitchen. -I am hungry so I will go to the kitchen to g...
SAS Learning Culture SAS  배움의 문화 <ul><li>At SAS: 저의 학교에서는요… </li></ul><ul><li>(a) learning takes place in English;  모든 학습은...
The NUMBER ONE key to student success in English… 영어를 성공적으로 습득 하기 위해  가장 중요한 것은… <ul><li>Take risks! Be brave! </li></ul><...
Small Group Discussion 소 그룹 토의 <ul><li>My child tends to be shy and prefers to listen rather than speak. </li></ul><ul><li...
Small Group Question 소 그룹 질문 <ul><ul><li>Over the summer my child doesn’t practice English. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>여름 ...
Small Group Question 소 그룹 질문 <ul><ul><li>My child does not want to read in his or her native language. </li></ul></ul><ul>...
The SAS Elementary School Library  <ul><li>How can the library help your child? </li></ul><ul><li>도서관이 어떻게 여러분 자녀에게 도움이 될 ...
What can you do at home? 여러분께서 가정에서 하실 수 있는 일은 무엇일까요 ? <ul><li>Set a reasonable bedtime.  적절한 취침시간을 정하세요 . </li></ul><ul><...
Reflection Questions ( 모임을 돌아보며 드리는 질문 ) What did you hear that was helpful?  들으신 것 중   도움이 된 부분은 어떤  것이었습니까 ? What new id...
Teşekkürler! Thank you! Xie xie! Gam sa hap ni da!  감사합니다 !  谢谢! Gracias! <ul><li>Please don’t hesitate to contact your ch...
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  • Merhaba, geldiyinic icin tesekkurler. Benim adim Sharon Dent. Ben ana okuluna, birinci ve ikinci sinifa ingilizce ogretiyourum. Su anda Turkce konusuyorum cunku size bilmediyiniz bir dili ogrenmenin nasil hissedildiyini ogrenmenizi istiyorum. Sizin cocuklarinizin butungun ingilizce honusup, ingilizce dinlegip, ingilizce ogreniyo. Cok yorucu dabilir! Hello, I’m Sharon Dent. I teach English in kindergarten, first grade and second grade to children who qualify for ESOL support. I was speaking Turkish to help you understand how your children feel every day at school. They spend their whole day speaking English, listening to English and learning in English. It can be exhausting!
  • ESOL: English for Speakers of Other Languages EVERY kid at SAS elementary is learning a language: either Chinese or English. Yay! We should all be impressed at what these kids accomplish.
  • Language learning is developmental, and all kids learn at different rates: You can’t force it to go faster. It’s like learning to walk. You can pick a child up and try to make him stand, but if he’s not ready to walk, he won’t do it and you can’t make him do it! It doesn’t mean he’s not as smart as another student, it just means he’s at a different developmental stage. Getting an English tutor and sending a child to weekend English lessons will not help him learn the language any faster. In fact, it may slow down the process if he is getting too much information for his brain to process. Learning to read is a good example: Many parents say to us, “My child is bringing home books that are too easy.” And that may seem true when your child can read all the words very easily. But we want your child to not only read all the words but also understand the story, be able to retell the story in his own words, talk about the characters and the main events in the story, make connections between the story and his own life and otherwise think critically about literature.
  • Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills (BICS) are language skills needed in social situations. It is the day-to-day language needed to interact socially with other people. English language learners use these skills when they are on the playground, in the lunch room, on the school bus, at parties, playing sports and talking on the telephone. Social interactions are usually context embedded. They occur in a meaningful social context. They are not very demanding cognitively. The language required is not specialized. These language skills usually develop within six months to two years after arrival in the U.S. Problems arise when teachers and administrators think that a child is proficient in a language when they demonstrate good social English.
  • CALP refers to formal academic learning. This includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing about subject area content material. This level of language learning is essential for students to succeed in school. Students need time and support to become proficient in academic areas. This usually takes from five to seven years. Recent research (Thomas &amp; Collier, 1995) has shown that if a child has no prior schooling or has no support in native language development, it may take seven to ten years for ELLs to catch up to their peers. Academic language acquisition isn&apos;t just the understanding of content area vocabulary. It includes skills such as comparing, classifying, synthesizing, evaluating, and inferring. These tasks are context reduced. The language also becomes more cognitively demanding. New ideas, concepts and language are presented to the students at the same time. Experts also believe that there is a common underlying proficiency. Skills, ideas and concepts students learn in their first language will be transferred to the second language.
  • Point out the tip of the iceberg. Kids can trick us when they are strong in these areas: they sound fluent. BUT they don’t yet have the skills to succeed in school without additional language support. Our goal is to develop students who are both fluent (able to express their message) and accurate (express the message using correct structure and syntax). The CALP language is not something that can be developed with rote memorization and copying sentences off the board. This involves critical thinking skills that call on students to analyze information, find connections between literature and their own lives, understand not just how to do math equations but also how to use math to solve real-world problems. These are skills for the 21st-century workforce. The language is difficult, and it gets even more challenging with each grade level.
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  • Read slide. Many kids are very nervous about making mistakes. I often hear them say they’ll get in trouble at home if they miss any questions on a test. A couple years ago, a student told me his mother would beat him with a stick for every answer he got wrong on a pre-test on verbs. It’s essential that these children hear the same message at school and at home: TRY! Even if you’re not sure of the exact words or grammar to use, try to communicate in English! Even if you are nervous about your pronunciation, try your best to say what’s on your mind! Then SOMETIMES – not every time – offer gentle corrections or feedback to help the child correct his mistakes. I JUST CAN’T EMPHASIZE THIS ENOUGH!! The kids who are most successful in English are those who take risks and learn from their mistakes. Talk about Alex.
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  • ESOL at SAS Parent Coffee Nov 2009 Korean

    1. 1. ESOL at SAS Elementary SAS 초등학교 ESOL 프로그램
    2. 2. Welcome to your child’s world! 자녀의 세계에 오심을 환영합니다 ! <ul><li>I have no idea what she’s saying! </li></ul><ul><li>선생님이 무슨 말씀을 하시는지 도무지 모르겠네 ! </li></ul>
    3. 3. What is ESOL? <ul><li>E nglish for S peakers of O ther L anguages </li></ul><ul><li>ESOL 은 “영어 아닌 다른 언어를 모국어로 하는 사람들을 위한 영어”라는 뜻의 약어 입니다 . </li></ul>
    4. 4. Learning a language takes a lot longer than learning to walk! 언어를 배우는 것은 걷기를 배우는 것 보다 훨씬 더 오래 걸립니다 ! <ul><li>Language learning is developmental – children have to go through all the stages! </li></ul><ul><li>언어를 배우는 것은 발달단계적입니다 . 자녀들은 모든 단계를 거쳐 가야 합니다 ! </li></ul>
    5. 5. Language Acquisition 언어 습득 <ul><li>BICS: 기초적인 대인관계를 위한 </li></ul><ul><li>의사소통 기술 - 대화소통을 위해 </li></ul><ul><li>필요한 일상적 언어 </li></ul><ul><li>6 개월에서 2 년 </li></ul><ul><li>Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills – day-to-day language needed for social interaction </li></ul><ul><li>6 months to 2 years </li></ul>
    6. 6. Language Acquisition 언어 습득 <ul><li>Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency -includes listening, speaking, reading, and writing about subject area content material </li></ul><ul><li>5 to 7 years </li></ul><ul><li>CALP: 지적인 학습언어 실력 </li></ul><ul><li>- 교과목 내용에 대해 듣고 , 말하고 , 읽고 , 쓰기를 포함 </li></ul><ul><li>5 년에서 7 년 </li></ul>
    7. 7. An Iceberg ( 빙산 ) Only about 10 percent of its mass is above the surface of the water and is called “the tip of the iceberg.” 빙산 덩어리의 10 퍼센트 만이 물 밖에 나와 있으며 , 이를 “빙산의 일각” 이라고 부릅니다 .
    8. 8. BICS is just the tip of the iceberg. BICS 는 빙산의 일각일 뿐입니다 . Our goal is to develop students who are both fluent (able to express their message) and accurate (express the message using correct structure and syntax). 학생들이 유창하면서도 , 정확하게 올바른 구조와 문법을 사용한 의사 표현능력을 계발할 수 있도록 하는 것이 우리의 목적입니다 . 언어 능력 발음 어휘 문법 의미 회화 능력 인지적 / 학습적 언어능력 인지적 과정 지식 이해 적용 분석 종합 평가
    9. 9. -Me hungry -I hungry. I go to kitchen. -I am hungry. I will go to kitchen. -I am hungry so I will go to the kitchen to get food. -Since I am hungry, I will go to the kitchen to get food.
    10. 10. SAS Learning Culture SAS 배움의 문화 <ul><li>At SAS: 저의 학교에서는요… </li></ul><ul><li>(a) learning takes place in English; 모든 학습은 영어로 진행됩니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>(b) teachers often give instructions verbally, not in writing; 선생님들은 흔히 글이 아닌 , 말로 지시사항을 내립니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>(c) class participation is essential ; 반에서의 참여는 필수입니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>(d) teachers expect students to make eye contact, voice their opinions and ask questions when they don’t understand something; 선생님들은 학생들이 눈을 마주보며 선생님과 대화하며 , 본인의 의사를 발표하고 , 모르는 것이 있을 때 질문하기를 기대합니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>(e) children often work together in groups. 많은 경우 학생들은 그룹으로 공부를 합니다 . </li></ul>
    11. 11. The NUMBER ONE key to student success in English… 영어를 성공적으로 습득 하기 위해 가장 중요한 것은… <ul><li>Take risks! Be brave! </li></ul><ul><li>Make mistakes and learn by correcting your mistakes. </li></ul><ul><li>모험을 하세요 ! 용감해지세요 ! 실수를 해서 그 실수를 교정하는 과정에서 배웁니다 . </li></ul>
    12. 12. Small Group Discussion 소 그룹 토의 <ul><li>My child tends to be shy and prefers to listen rather than speak. </li></ul><ul><li>우리 아이는 수줍어 하는 경향이며 , 말하기보다는 듣기를 원하는 편입니다 . </li></ul><ul><li>What can you do to help this child in his or her English development? </li></ul><ul><li>이 아이의 영어 향상을 돕기 위해 여러분이 하실 수 있는 일은 무엇일까요 ? </li></ul>
    13. 13. Small Group Question 소 그룹 질문 <ul><ul><li>Over the summer my child doesn’t practice English. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>여름 동안에 우리 아이는 영어를 연습하지 않았습니다 . </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>What can you do to help this child in his or her English development? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>이 아이의 영어 향상을 돕기 위해 여러분이 하실 수 있는 일은 무엇일까요 ? </li></ul></ul>
    14. 14. Small Group Question 소 그룹 질문 <ul><ul><li>My child does not want to read in his or her native language. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>우리 아이는 모국어로 책을 읽기를 원치 않습니다 . </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>What can you do to help this child in his or her English development? </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>이 아이의 영어 향상을 돕기 위해 여러분이 하실 수 있는 일은 무엇일까요 ? </li></ul></ul>
    15. 15. The SAS Elementary School Library <ul><li>How can the library help your child? </li></ul><ul><li>도서관이 어떻게 여러분 자녀에게 도움이 될 수 있을 까요 ? </li></ul>
    16. 16. What can you do at home? 여러분께서 가정에서 하실 수 있는 일은 무엇일까요 ? <ul><li>Set a reasonable bedtime. 적절한 취침시간을 정하세요 . </li></ul><ul><li>Quality over quantity. Process over product. 양보다 질 . 결과보다 과정 </li></ul><ul><li>Read, read, read and talk about the story. </li></ul><ul><li>(in English AND in your native language). </li></ul><ul><li>많이 많이 읽고 , 읽은 내용에 대해 이야기 하세요 .( 영어와 모국어로 ) </li></ul><ul><li>Bring English into your home: TV, DVDs, music, books, books on CD, games. 영어를 집에서 접하게 하세요 :TV, DVD, 음악 , 책 , CD 로 된 책 , 게임 등 </li></ul><ul><li>Continue developing native language skills. 지속적으로 모국어 능력을 향상시키도록 하세요 . </li></ul><ul><li>Schedule English-language play dates and encourage diverse friendships. 영어를 쓰는 아이들과 놀게 만들어 주고 , 다양한 그룹의 친구관계를 고무시키세요 . </li></ul><ul><li>Have your children participate in sports activities coached in English such as Active Kidz Shanghai. Active Kidz Shanghai 처럼 영어로 가르치는 스포츠 활동에 자녀를 참여시키세요 . </li></ul>
    17. 17. Reflection Questions ( 모임을 돌아보며 드리는 질문 ) What did you hear that was helpful? 들으신 것 중 도움이 된 부분은 어떤 것이었습니까 ? What new ideas do you now have? 어떤 새로운 생각들을 갖게 되셨나요 ?
    18. 18. Teşekkürler! Thank you! Xie xie! Gam sa hap ni da! 감사합니다 ! 谢谢! Gracias! <ul><li>Please don’t hesitate to contact your child’s </li></ul><ul><li>ESOL Specialist if you have any questions! </li></ul><ul><li>질문이 있으시면 자녀의 ESOL 담당선생님을 서슴지 말고 찾아 주십시오 . </li></ul><ul><li>Susan Erni, Grade 1 </li></ul><ul><li>Kathryn Dungan, Grade 2 </li></ul><ul><li>Becky Mott, Grade 3 </li></ul><ul><li>Kevin Desmond, Grades 4 and 5 </li></ul>

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