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Components of Effective Instructional Delivery in ELD & SDAIE - Chapter Summary
Our helpful instructors detail the components of effective educational delivery in SDAIE and ELD in this informative chapter. Topics like cultural competence, applying scaffolding strategies and using ESL technology in the classroom are thoroughly presented here. You should be ready to achieve these objectives by the end of this chapter:
- Explain how to identify the difficulty level of academic language
- Discuss ways to modify language without simplification
- Create engaging learning experiences for a culturally competent ELL classroom
- Utilize scaffolding strategies that encourage academic language proficiency
- Give explicit instruction in content-specific discourse skills
- Differentiate between metacognitive and metalinguistic learning strategies
- Successfully use visual aids with English language learners
- Describe the classroom applications for manipulatives in education
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1. Identifying the Difficulty Level of Academic Language
This lesson provides ways for teachers to identify a student's difficulty level of academic language. Understanding Cummins' four quadrants and other strategies, teachers can prepare lessons that meet students where they are and move their learning forward.
2. Modifying Language without Simplification in ELL Classrooms
Students have varying English language abilities. Therefore, how can a teacher effectively modify language without over simplification? This lesson explores strategies teachers can use to modify language in English language learner (ELL) classrooms.
3. Cultural Competence & Engaging Learning Experiences
When you teach English language learners, you can make the classroom very engaging if you include activities that get students experiencing not only the language, but also the culture that is attached to the language. This lesson explores some ideas with this approach.
4. Scaffolding Strategies that Support Academic Language Proficiency
In this lesson, we'll explore scaffolding strategies to improve academic language proficiency for ELLs. We'll go over how to use their primary language in the classroom and contextualize language, as well as how to assess and reteach if needed.
5. Providing Explicit Instruction in Content-Specific Discourse Skills
Helping students learn to communicate in different content areas often involves teaching them discursive strategies specific to different disciplines. This lesson discusses explicit instruction in content-specific discourse skills.
6. Learning Strategies for English Learners: Metacognitive & Metalinguistic
There are many strategies you can apply when you teach English learners. This lesson gives you an overview of strategies that focus both on the metacognitive and metalinguistic aspects of language learning.
7. Using Visual Aids with ELL Students
In this lesson, teachers will learn about the strategy of using visual aids in the classroom to help accommodate English Language Learner (ELL) students. This lesson will highlight some specific types of visual aids that teachers can consider using during their instruction.
8. Manipulatives in Education: Definition, Examples & Classroom Applications
Find out what manipulatives are and how they're used in an educational setting. Learn how to apply manipulatives to lessons in your classroom. Read the lesson, then take a quiz to test your new knowledge.
9. Technology for ESL Students in the Classroom
Technology enables English language learners to use, practice, and perfect their English in engaging and effective ways. In this lesson, we'll discuss some easy ways to implement technology in the ESL classroom.
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Other chapters within the CTEL 2 - Assessment & Instruction (032): Practice & Study Guide course
- Standards-Based Assessment for ELL in California
- Purposes & Types of Assessment for ELL
- Language & Content-Area Assessment for ELL
- Programs & Requirements for English Learners in California
- Foundations of English Language Literacy
- English Language Development Approaches & Methods
- Listening & Speaking for California Student English Language Development
- Reading & Writing for California Student English Language Development
- Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE)
- Instructional Planning & Organization for ELD & SDAIE
- Effective Resource Use in ELD & SDAIE
- CTEL Assessment & Instruction Flashcards