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Ch 10: Strategies for Teaching English Language Development

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Preparing for an exam that covers strategies for teaching English language development is simple with help from this chapter. Review short lessons and take mini quizzes to enhance your knowledge and readiness to excel on exam day.

Strategies for Teaching English Language Development - Chapter Summary

Our experienced instructors have developed engaging lessons designed to improve your grasp of various strategies for teaching English language development. Whether you're looking to study how to use WIDA standards, implement content-based ELD in classrooms or scaffold instruction for English language learners, we can help! By studying the lessons, you will be ready to:

  • List and discuss the ELL proficiency levels
  • Define WIDA standards
  • Describe the goals and features of research-based ELD approaches
  • Discuss ways to meet the needs of different English learner typologies in ELD programs
  • Exhibit knowledge of cognitive academic language proficiency
  • Differentiate between explicit and implicit instruction for second-language grammar
  • Explain the basics of comprehensible input and output for ELL students

This chapter's self-paced format enables you to choose which lessons to study and visit as often as you'd like. As you progress through the lessons, find out how well you understand key concepts by taking our multiple-choice quizzes and practice exam. Any questions that arise about specific lesson topics can be submitted to our experts via the Dashboard. Enjoy 24/7 access to these study tools via your computer or mobile device of choice!

11 Lessons in Chapter 10: Strategies for Teaching English Language Development
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What Are the ELL Proficiency Levels?

1. What Are the ELL Proficiency Levels?

This lesson describes the standard ELL proficiency levels and provides examples for each level. Additionally, the American State system and various internationally recognized systems are also discussed.

What Are WIDA Standards?

2. What Are WIDA Standards?

WIDA standards are designed to help measure the academic progress of English language learners. Keep reading for more information on these standards and how they are used in the classroom.

How to Use the WIDA Standards

3. How to Use the WIDA Standards

What's WIDA? How does it mesh with Common Core and state standards? How do you use it? In this lesson, you will learn the basics of WIDA standards and how to use them to help English Language Learners in the classroom.

Research-Based ELD Approaches: Goals, Features & Effectiveness

4. Research-Based ELD Approaches: Goals, Features & Effectiveness

As a teacher of English Language Development (ELD), you want to be effective so your students can succeed. This lesson gives an overview of some research-based teaching approaches you can apply in the classroom.

Implementing Content-Based ELD in Classrooms

5. Implementing Content-Based ELD in Classrooms

Teachers who teach content-based English Language Development (ELD) apply specific strategies to succeed in their planning. This lesson focuses on how to implement content-based ELD in classrooms.

Meeting Needs of Different English Learner Typologies in ELD Programs

6. Meeting Needs of Different English Learner Typologies in ELD Programs

As a teacher of English learners, you know that not all your students are the same. Some have more advantages than others due to several factors. In this lesson, we discuss some approaches that are considered to be helpful for different types of students.

Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency

7. Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency

In this lesson, you'll learn about cognitive academic language proficiency, how it affects student learning, and what can be done to improve student outcomes. An example is provided and a short quiz follows.

Scaffolding Instruction for English Language Learners

8. Scaffolding Instruction for English Language Learners

The number of English language learners (ELLs) in the classroom is on the rise, and teachers must have strategies for teaching these students. This lesson will highlight ways in which to scaffold instruction for ELLs to help them become successful in the classroom.

Explicit vs. Implicit Instruction for Second-Language Grammar

9. Explicit vs. Implicit Instruction for Second-Language Grammar

There are a number of strategies for second-language instruction. Two overarching methods include explicit and implicit instruction, each of which carry different pros and cons.

Comprehensible Input for ELL Students

10. Comprehensible Input for ELL Students

In this lesson, you will learn about using comprehensible input, or how to present information in a way that is easier for ELL students to understand.

Comprehensible Output for ELL Students

11. Comprehensible Output for ELL Students

There are many popular theories about second language acquisition. In this lesson, you'll learn about the comprehensible output hypothesis and research-based strategies to develop ELL students' communication skills.

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