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Watch a preview:chapter 1 / lesson 1How Are ELL Students Identified?
Course SummaryThis informative course covers topics relating to teaching English language learner (ELL) students how to read. Our helpful teacher resources provided in this chapter offer different learning styles and approaches to learning so you can successfully teach reading to your ELL students.
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About This Course
Take a look at our mobile-friendly teacher resource chapter to learn more about teaching ELL students to read. You'll study the background of language acquisition, how to use different types of learning approaches and and how to use specialized teaching tools successfully with your ELL students during the learning process.
How It Works
Each lesson in this course has been created by a professional instructor who knows how to successfully teach the information you need to know. Feel free to access these resources 24 hours a day on your mobile phone, tablet or computer. You can take the short quizzes that follow each lesson to ensure you've understood the material before moving on.
This course provides:
- Short lessons that clearly outline topics related to teaching ELL students to read
- Video lessons that are easy to navigate using the video tabs feature
- Multiple-choice lesson quizzes to help test your knowledge of this information
- Chapter exams and a final exam that help ensure you're ready to apply these tips and strategies to your classroom
How It Helps
- Highlights needs of ELL students: Rather than re-working reading materials for your ELL students, these resources have been written with their unique needs and requirements in mind.
- Provides background: When provided with information about language development and acquisition, you'll understand further how to best help your students achieve their goals.
- Gives you flexibility: You can work on these lessons and chapters at your convenience, even from within the classroom, on your mobile device or computer.
- Understanding how language acquisition and background knowledge applies to ELL students
- Utilizing cooperative and interactive learning with ELL students
- Helping ELL students develop their vocabulary
- Understanding multiple intelligences
- Using visual aids and technology for ELL students
- Teaching ELL students using differentiated instruction
- Helping ELL students with English language development, formal language and social context
- Using reading assessments with English language learners
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