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Introduction Promising Practices for Developing English Literacy The Positive Classroom Minimizing Lost Time and Discipline Problems ESL Literacy and Beginning Level Student Activities Non English Speaking Student Vocabulary Development, Grammar and Reading Activities
Standards Alignment Checklist Lesson Planning Strategies Answer Keys Beginning Level Instructional Books Professional Development Resources
To advance the creation of Culturally responsive classrooms and school-wide management To enlighten new ESL teachers of traditional and researched based innovative curriculum materials for young adults to college level non English speaking students. To disseminate effective instructional approaches for non English Speaking students via Sheltered Instruction Protocol promoting students’ English language development To facilitate student attainment of the NYS learning standards To provide supplemental activities for older LEP/ELLs with Interrupted Formal Education
ESL Literacy and Beginning level Instructional Materials 10 .
THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE THE PRESENT PROGRESSIVE TENSE USING THE BE VERB + ING AM + ING I am studying right now. IS + ING He is studying right now. 27 . ARE + ING We are studying right now.
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Albany. Bureau of Bilingual Education.gov/ERICDocs/data/ericdocs2sql/content_storage_01/0000019b/80/2d/f3/14.The New York State Core Curriculum for English as a Second Language in the Secondary Schools. New York State Education Department.ed.pdf 42 . http://eric.
listen. Standard 3: Students will use learning strategies to extend their communicative competence. Standard 2: Students will interact in. write. listen.Lesson Standards Alignment ELA ESL Standard 1: Students will use English to participate in social interactions. and speak for social interaction. through. and speak for information and understanding. and with spoken and written English for personal expression and enjoyment. STANDARD 1 Students will read. 46 . write. STANDARD 4 Students will read.
Do not forget to remind beginning level students to have and use a native language to English dictionary to expedite the learning process! 52 .
Do not forget to remind beginning level students to have and use a native language to English dictionary to expedite the learning process! 53 .
Do not forget to remind beginning level students to have and use a native language to English dictionary to expedite the learning process! 54 .
S. Center on Instruction http://www.National Clearinghouse for English Language Acquisition & Language Instruction Educational Programs (NCELA) http://www.gov/index.S.org/index.cfm U.ed.ncela.centeroninstruction. Department of Education .cfm 65 .edu/ U.html U.S.Doing What Works Website http://dww.ncela. Department of Education Regional Comprehensive Centers.What Works for English Language Learners http://www. Department of Education .edu/spotlight/4_whatworks.gwu.gwu.
Ruth. ---. 1999. New York: Pearson Longman. Steven J. Grammar to Go 1: Present Continuous Tense. 1999. 67 . New York: Prentice Hall Regents. Basic English Vocabulary Builder Activity: Activities. Molinsky and Bill Bliss. 4. New York: Pearson Education. Side by Side: Present Continuous Tense. Word by Word Basic and Beginning Level Picture Dictionary English and Spanish. Word by Word Basic and Literacy Workbooks: Everyday Activities. 1999. Dixson. Chicago Illinois: National Textbook Company . ---. 2004. New York: Addison Wesley Longman. Robert. 2001.• • • • De Jong. Silver Edition.
C: National Clearing House for Bilingual Education. ----. Walter. D. and Beth Christen. New York: Pearson Education 2004. eds.nysed. 68 .Cummings. Herzog. Harrington. 1997.gov. Kristen and Mary Miller. URL. Edmonds. Plan to Teach.emsc. Edmonds. Scholarship: More Great Cartoons from the Kappan. Indiana: Phi Delta Kappa. Unbelievable Good Deals That You Absolutely Can’t Get Unless You’re a Teacher. WA: Teaching Inc. The University of the State of New York. http://www. Teaching English Language Learners: How-To Handbook.html. Washington. English Language Arts Standards. WA: Teaching Inc. The University of the State of New York. Barry.nysed. 1985. URL. Deborah.gov/ciai/ela/elastandards/guide. Teaching Makes a Difference. Multicultural Education: Strategies for Linguistically Diverse Schools and Classrooms. Menkart. Chicago: Contemporary Books. Carol. 1987. 1990. Collection of Learning Experiences. Teresa. http://www.
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