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PostSubject: Classroom language: Quick Tips for Classroom Teachers - During the Lesson   2nd December 2015, 12:05 pm

During the Lesson


·         Build on what ELLs already know.
·         Simplify vocabulary and sentence structure. Pre-teach vocabulary in context.
·         Use embedded or yes/no questions; give ELLs questions you will ask in advance so that they can prepare.
·         Introduce concrete concepts and vocabulary first.
·         Teach students to categorize their information using graphic organizers. Create semantic and story maps.
·         Demonstrate highlighting techniques so that students can highlight important information.
·         Review and repeat important concepts and vocabulary.
·         Provide concrete “real” examples and experiences.
·         Teach ELLs to find definitions for key vocabulary in the text.
·         Help ELLs become acquainted with their textbooks (table of contents, glossary, index, etc.)
·         Model your thinking processes for students using “think-alouds”.
·         Tape record part of your lesson to reinforce learning.


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