Designated ELD for Newcomer and Developing Multilingual Students: Collaborative Parallel Revision
Students engage in parallel revision as a collaborative task, working in partners to revise a teacher-constructed paragraph about a text the class is reading. Students use several Writing is Thinking strategies including sentence expansion and BBS.
Designated ELD for Newcomer and Developing Multilingual Students - Structured Talk Protocols (Give One, Get One)
This video shows “Give one, Get one,” a structure for accountable talk, and how to build it into a structure for academic discourse as well as teacher moves for strategic grouping, accountable talk, and setting up students for a successful share-out.
Sheltered 12th Grade Government: Academic Conversations
This video highlights structures for rich academic conversations by Multilingual Learners, and shows how learning is scaffolded and strengthened using group roles, sentence frames, and audio recording conversations for later teacher review.
Designated ELD for Newcomer and Developing Multilingual Newcomers - Structured Language Protocol (Board Game)
Students engage in accountable language practice through a board game. The teacher puts structures in place for students to practice language collaboratively and hold each other accountable for participating.
Improving Reading Comprehension By Understanding Pronoun Cohesion
Students identify pronouns that refer to nouns in previous sentences as a way to understand how authors guide readers to move back and forth in texts in order to support their comprehension of cohesive texts using Wonders ELD materials.
5 Essential Practices in the Elementary ELL Classroom
Kindergartners who are English learners do academic language study about social studies and science, discuss and determine facts and opinions using a second set partners protocol, collaborate in heterogeneous groups, as the teacher records conversations.
5 Essential Practices in the High School ELL Classroom
Videos about 9-12th grade newcomer classes show students doing foundational language study, fluency practice, literature circles with roles, and a jigsaw to prepare students for college.
This page was last updated on June 30, 2022