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A8 Using Quick Writes with ELLs

A8 Using Quick Writes with ELLs

A2 Prevent Readiciding ELLs

Prevent "Readiciding" ELLs by Teaching Free Reading

TeachersFirst: Adjusting Lessons for ESL/ELL Students

TeachersFirst's ESL/ELL resources provide guidance, tips, and strategies for teachers accommodating ESL/ELL students in the regular classroom.

We’ve all heard the old adage: Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.  Similarly, don’t let an ELs’ current mastery of English be an indicator of her intelligence.  If teachers do that, we risk “dumbing down” ELs’ learning experiences and preventing them from fully engaging in class.   WIDA’s Action 8 from Essential Actions: A...

Teaching ELs New to English: Ayaka's Story

EmpoweringELLs incorporating ELs' experiences

EmpoweringELLs incorporating ELs' experiences

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ELL Bathroom Briefs are one page infographs offering quick, easily accessible ELL strategies that can be used across cross-content areas.

metacognitive strategies for ELLs - ELL strategies

Examines metacognitive thinking strategies for ELLs. Uses the Q-PIC framework to create simple strategies like What-How Sticky Noting for all content areas.

Using mind mapping to teach summarization to ELLs

Using mind-mapping to summarize extended nonfiction texts such as essays and news articles. 5 steps to implement ELL nonfiction summarizing strategies.

A20 Differentiating Learning

Planning differentiating learning for ELLs with Bloom's Revised Taxonomy.

Informal Co-Planning - creating a positive relationship for teacher collaboration, ELL strategies.

Informal Co-Planning - creating a positive relationship for teacher collaboration, ELL strategies

Evaluating Co-Teaching: 3 Indicators of Effective Co-Teaching

53 Evaluating Co-Teaching: 3 Indicators of Effective Co-Teaching

After analyzing all the ways I  collaborate with colleagues, I created this Collaboration Continuum to  describe the different types of collaboration  between content teachers and English language teachers (ELTs) and what needs they address.

After analyzing all the ways I collaborate with colleagues, I created this Collaboration Continuum to describe the different types of collaboration between content teachers and English language teachers (ELTs) and what needs they address.

Prevent your assessments from becoming literacy tests. Learn how to work with content teachers to co-construct assessments & build in ELL scaffolds.

Collaboration Through the End: Co-Constructing Assessments -- Strategies for ELL teachers.

A4 When ELLs Can't Summarize

Using Kylene Beer's "Someone Wanted To But So" (SWBS) strategy to teach summarizing fiction narratives to ELLs.

Learn about how teaching with tech can enhance learning, cultivate critical thinking, and engage ELLs. Learn why technology integration is a best practice.

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