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Current knowledge in elementary and secondary esl teaching blue

  1. 1. Current Knowledge in Elementaryand Secondary ESL Teaching:Changes and TrendsDr. Carmen I Torres
  2. 2. Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends3Content
  3. 3. Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends4Introduction“The No Child Left Behind Act” (NCLB)1
  4. 4. Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends5Introduction“The No Child Left Behind Act” (NCLB)Schools have been accountable for the performance of all students.President Obama- Flexibility from NCLB in exchange forcomprehensive plans to raise standards.-Fair, flexible and focused accountability systems.-Improve systems for teacher and principalevaluation and support.
  5. 5. Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends6Moving Apart from the Traditional Way of Teaching2
  6. 6. Recent Changes in Language Teaching•The re-conceptualization in the nature of language.•The re-evaluation in the role of the student in the teaching andlearning process.•The generation of new insights into instructed second languageacquisition.Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends7
  7. 7. Puerto Rico Department of Education PrioritiesEnglishPriorities English ProgramGrades K-3 Grades 3-12Auditory Comprehension Auditory ComprehensionWriting, Written ComprehensionReading Comprehension8 Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends
  8. 8. The Center for Research on Education, Diversity &Excellence Five Pedagogical StandardsStandards for Effective Teaching and Learning1. Teachers and students producing together.2. Developing language across curriculum.3.Connecting school to student’s lives.4.Teaching complex thinking.5.Teaching through conversation.Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends9
  9. 9. Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends10The Communicative Language Speaking Trend3
  10. 10. Evidence Based Effective PracticesCurrent Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends11
  11. 11. Activity
  12. 12. Words to CommunicateCurrent Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends13
  13. 13. Strategies for Activating the English Language Outof the Class•Peer review sessions.•Dialogue journals through the internet.•Conversation exchange with students from other places.•Language improvement projects at the library and other places.Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends14
  14. 14. Other Learning Trends4Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends15
  15. 15. Examples of E-Learning•I-Pads in the classroom.•Truly education gaming.•Social network for learning.•Adaptive learning environments.•Electronic, interactive textbooks.•Simulation learning.Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends16
  16. 16. Where Are We Heading?5Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends17
  17. 17. The Simple PremiseIMPROVEMENT DEPENDS ON CAPACITYTo empower educators in all aspects related to the teaching-learning process.To have a positive attitude towards learning and change.Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends18
  18. 18. Current Knowledge in Elementary and Secondary ESL Teaching: Changes and Trends19
  19. 19. “There are risks and costs to aprogram of action, but they arefar less than the long-rangerisks and costs of comfortableinaction.”–John F. KennedyThank you!

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