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TimestampNameCurrent Grade LevelTeaching Experience in YearsCheck Specialized Credential if ApplicableProfessional Development ExperienceWhat is your definition of Academic Language?Check strategies that you use to promote Academic Language development, if applicable.If applicable, which of your strategies do you find most effective in promoting Academic Language in students?
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10/21/2016 5:30:05A. Fong35-10MASTERSI've heard about Academic Language, but I would like to learn more about itThe vocabulary specific to each academic area that is used to help teach students Sentence Frames/Extensions, Cooperative Learning, Acting out new words, using the language in the context of their own lives A combination of the above
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10/21/2016 8:50:22Ana Torres30-5Not ApplicableI've heard about Academic Language, but I would like to learn more about itVocabulary necessary to understand concepts across different subjectsVisuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions, Cooperative Learning, Reciproocal Teaching, SongsSongsOption 1
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10/21/2016 10:23:58dianeh sablan35-10BCC/BCLAD, MASTERSGLAD, SDAIE, KAGANvocabulary that is used in and specific to different disciplines in the career worldVisuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions
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10/21/2016 13:01:52Mary Tatevosian215-20BCC/BCLAD, MASTERSSDAIE, KAGAN, Sheltered Instruction, I've heard about Academic Language, but I would like to learn more about itIt is using higher level vocabulary and languageVisuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions, Cooperative Learning, Reciproocal Teaching, Use of RealiaRead Aloud
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10/23/2016 22:48:16Paola Reyes20-5BCC/BCLAD, MASTERSGLAD, SDAIEAcademic language is specific language needed in order to understand subject related material/textVisuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions, Reciproocal Teaching, Use of Realia, TPR and Frayer modelTPR, visuals and realia
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10/24/2016 8:29:50Stephanie Cano35-10Out of State Elementary Credential with ESL endorsementGlendale ALD/ELD trainingsAcademic Language is language used within the subject context being taughtVisuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions, Cooperative Learning
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10/24/2016 17:06:10Cynthia Valdez25-10BCC/BCLAD, MASTERSGLAD, SDAIELanguage spoken in school rather than the social language spoken at homeVisuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions, Cooperative Learning, Reciproocal Teaching, Use of RealiaGLAD, Realia
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10/26/2016 10:07:39Ileana Batista215-20BCC/BCLAD, MASTERSGLADLanguage that students need in order to be successful in all content areas at school, high level vocabulary and grammar.Visuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensionssentence frames
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10/26/2016 10:07:51Ileana Batista215-20BCC/BCLAD, MASTERSGLADLanguage that students need in order to be successful in all content areas at school, high level vocabulary and grammar.Visuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensionssentence frames
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10/26/2016 18:33:15Arpine Matevosian 35-10MASTERSSDAIELanguage skills required for academic success Visuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions, Cooperative Learning, Reciproocal Teaching, Use of Realia
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10/26/2016 20:09:46Jacqueline Olson20-5BCC/BCLAD, MASTERSGLAD, SDAIE, KAGANThe discipline-specific language that students use in class, including oral and written.Visuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions, Cooperative Learning, Reciproocal Teaching, Use of RealiaVisuals
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10/28/2016 4:58:21Margarita Goco-Schultz215-20MASTERSSDAIELanguage related to content areaVisuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions, Cooperative Learning, Reciproocal Teaching, Use of RealiaVisuals/realia
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10/28/2016 4:59:11Margarita Goco-Schultz215-20MASTERSSDAIELanguage related to content areaVisuals, Repetition, Sentence Frames/Extensions, Cooperative Learning, Reciproocal Teaching, Use of RealiaVisuals/realia
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