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Behavior Plan Part 2

Krystal Paul


Published on December 1, 2014

 2 strategies they may be currently using and work on better and more effective strategies instead. Strategies for English Language Learners http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/collection/strategies-english-language- learners This site is about helping teachers to connect with and successfully teach students who are English language learners. The articles include tips for teachers about how to connect to students and make them feel like part of the class, even if they can’t understand everything. One of the tips that I found most interesting was having someone who speaks the student’s native language come into the class and teach a lesson in that language to the whole class so the class can better appreciate how difficult it must be for the student who doesn’t speak English. There is also an article with tips about setting up a classroom to best benefit the ELL student as well as the other students in the class. The website is sponsored by Scholastic publishing company. The company has been committed to the fundamentals of literacy for over 80 years and they have reached millions of parents, teachers, and children through its work in education and entertainment. They claim to have high credibility among their customers. Scholastic is the largest publisher and distributor of children’s books in the world. Also, they serve customers in 45 languages in more than 150 countries. I would use this source if I had any ELL students in my classroom. Because I do not have very much experience with ELL students, I think this resource would be very helpful for me to learn how to connect with them and make them feel welcome and needed in my classroom. I think the articles on this website would also help me figure out ways to successfully teach them my content while also teaching the English speaking students. This site seems like it would be very helpful for creative ideas to help all students. New Teachers Survival Guide