Sociocultural Influences on ELL Students

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An ELL in your class shows no enthusiasm at all. You confirm this when you ask the student about how s/he likes the class. Her/his answer is: 'I am here only because the school makes me learn English.' Your approach to this lack of motivation is:

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1. You teach both children and adults. Due to lack of time, you basically follow the same lesson plans for both classes with a few modifications. When teaching vocabulary to adults, you change this aspect of the lesson:

2. If an ELL has a learning disability, your approach should be:

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

If you are looking to see how much you know about sociocultural influences on ELL learners, go through the quiz and worksheet. Approaches to teaching ELL students with a learning disability and external motivation in an ELL class are topics you will see on the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Expect to be quizzed over the following education topics:

  • Why it is important to teach with material that includes cultural aspects of several English speaking countries
  • Helping an ELL with motivation
  • An approach when dealing with an ELL that has a learning disability
  • Teaching vocabulary to adults
  • An aspect of motivation that you should not focus on

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you have gained about how to help ELL students with motivation
  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the lesson on sociocultural impacts on ELL students
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about ELL students

Additional Learning

Sociocultural Influences on ELL Students is a lesson that lets you review more about these influences. You'll get to complete these tasks quickly thanks to the lesson:

  • Determine what intrinsic factors are
  • Examine characteristics of an ELL student
  • Review examples of teaching to ELL students with learning disabilities
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