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ELAMATHSCIENCESOCIAL STUDIESWORLD LANGUAGEHEALTH & PEVISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS
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INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES
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Seat the student near the teacher.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Print clearly; do not use cursive writing.XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Print instructions clearly on the board as well as giving instructions orally.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Print key words, page numbers, homework and deadlines, etc. on the whiteboard.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Incorporate visuals - gestures, props, graphic organizers and charts.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Ensure students understand the instructions.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Ensure students have all necessary materials (e.g. binders, notebooks, textbooks, handouts, etc.).XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Monitor teacher talkXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Avoid slang, colloquial expressions, complex structures.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Speak clearly, using a normal tone and rate of speed, or slightly slower.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Recycle new and key words.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Check for comprehension - use questions that require one-word answers, props, and gestures.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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(Avoid “Do you understand?”)XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Allow for discovery learning but be ready to give direct instructions on how to complete a task (e.g. how to write a paragraph or how to use a calculator).XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Get to know the student’s reading and writing ability. Don’t assume a high literacy level because the student has relatively advanced oral skills. (Consult with an ESL teacher if in doubt.)XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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When possible, modify assignments so the ELL student writes less.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Consider that it may take the ELL student longer to complete certain tasks and/or tasks may need to be modified.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Instructional Materials
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High beginner and intermediate language learners may benefit from clear summary of content in the form of a graphic organizers.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Provide a clear type, large print children’s dictionary, English learner dictionary, illustrated dictionary and/or picture dictionary.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Provide bilingual dictionaries for older students who are literate in their first language.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Discourage over-reliance on dictionaries and translations.XXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Provide audio books where possible;XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Use manipulatives to reinforce new concepts.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Provide wall charts of key concepts or information (e.g. number tables, alphabet, periodic tables, maps).XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Provide a word wall of key words.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Provide a variety of texts and resources on curriculum topics at a range of reading levels.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Provide models of completed homework assignments, projects, etc.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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Ensure tests and assignments are written in clear concise language and are easy to read.XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX
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