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Listening & Speaking for California Student English Language Development - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll find lessons explaining listening and speaking for English language development in California students. Just a few of the subjects you'll study in this chapter include ELD and ELA standards for listening comprehension, speaking strategies for ELL students and the chunking method. You should be able to do the following once you've finished these lessons:
- Describe the relationship between ELA and ELD standards in listening and speaking
- Detail the California ELD and ELA standards for listening comprehension and oral communication
- Outline the ELD and ELA standards for oral and media communication in California
- Describe some of the resources and methods for teaching speaking skills to ELL students
- Explore options to teach ELL students strategies for listening and speaking
- Describe how to pre-teach vocabulary to ESL students successfully
- List how to use schemata in education
- Explain how to use cooperative learning strategies with ESL students
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1. The Relationship Between ELD & ELA Standards in Listening & Speaking
This lesson describes the close relationship between the California ELA and ELD standards when it comes to speaking and listening skills. In addition, you'll learn how to apply these standards at different levels of English proficiency.
2. ELD & ELA Standards in Listening Comprehension in California
California has a set of standards that include listening comprehension as a skill all students should have to succeed in school. This lesson explores the strategies teachers can apply to develop listening comprehension skills in students.
3. ELD & ELA Standards in Oral Communication in California
All students in California must demonstrate they have oral communication skills. Teachers can apply strategies in the classroom to develop such skills, and this lesson explores those strategies.
4. ELD & ELA Standards in Oral & Media Communications in California
Students in California have to be able to use language to effectively communicate in an oral manner and through media. This lesson explores what strategies teachers use to prepare their students to meet this California challenge.
5. Teaching Speaking Skills to ELL Students: Methods & Resources
Do you remember learning to speak English? Most native speakers don't, and this can make it hard to teach someone else speaking skills. In this lesson, we'll look at various forms of spoken language acquisition as well as guidelines for instruction.
6. Strategies for English Learners in Listening & Speaking
When it comes to teaching English learners, there are many elements to keep in mind. This lesson narrows that focus by providing teachers with specific strategies for teaching listening and speaking to English learners.
7. How To Pre-Teach Vocabulary to ESL Students
You are ready to teach new vocabulary to your ESL students before they start on a new reading assignment. This lesson gives you clear guidance on how to apply some tips to successfully pre-teach vocabulary.
8. Chunking Method: Definition & Examples
Following completion of this lesson, you will be able to define the term chunking in the context of short-term memory. After reading this lesson, you will have an opportunity to test your knowledge with a short quiz.
9. Using Schemata in Education
Think about all the things that you know about. In this lesson, we'll examine schemata, or ideas about things that you know, and how they relate to education, including what teachers should do to use schemata with their students.
10. Cooperative Learning Strategies with ESL Students
In this lesson, you will learn some strategies for incorporating cooperative learning into your lesson plans for English as a Second Language students. Strategies for writing, reading, speaking, and listening will be covered.
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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
- Reading & Writing for California Student English Language Development
- Specially Designed Academic Instruction in English (SDAIE)
- Instructional Planning & Organization for ELD & SDAIE
- Components of Effective Instructional Delivery in ELD & SDAIE
- Effective Resource Use in ELD & SDAIE
- CTEL Assessment & Instruction Flashcards