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ESL Classroom Mgmt Strategies
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...ESL room Mgmt Strategies Introduction The last twenty years have seen an unprecedented rise in the number of immigrant populations in the United States. Populations of immigrants in many instances lack an understanding of the English language and hence require instruction on the same. While the teaching of English may be quite simple in the context of natural born speakers, its teaching takes a complex dimension when looked at from the perspective of second language learners (Shawer and Banks-Joseph 125-143). Second language learners would require that the teacher use specific classroom management skills in the impartation of information. For any teacher to be effective in teaching English... ...
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Scaffolding Language Learning in an Academic ESL Classroom
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...ESL room The generic structure of this article has a more complex structure. This is because the paper is divided into several sections, which include abstract, introduction, literature review, the study, findings, further interpretation, implications for teachers, and conclusion. Additionally, other sections such as the study section is further divided into small sub-topics, which include research setting and participant, classroom task and interactions, and data collection and analysis. The finding section is divided into small lectures, small work group, and student-led discussion. The abstract section covers about 10 percent of the text while... ? Scaffolding Language Learning In an Academic ESL room ...
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INCORPORATING VISUAL AIDS INTO ESL CLASSROOM: AN INNOVATION TO ENHANCE READING COMPREHENSION
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...ESL room: An Innovation To Enhance Reading Comprehension Lecturer: The study on the use of visual aids in the ESL classroom has become an effective and innovative approach for enhancing reading comprehension. The study analysed the way visual aids are helpful in facilitating effective teaching and learning of diverse text materials, thus creating a clear understanding of diverse subjects in the classroom. In the introduction part, the researcher provided the brief background information revealing the significance of incorporating visual aids into ESL classroom. The statement of the research problem revealed the significance of using visual aids in the classroom... ? Incorporating Visual Aids Into ESL...
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Technology in the ESL elementary classroom
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...ESL classroom. One of the primary ways that the whiteboard can be used to help ESL teaching is in student motivation: “[O]nce a chapter section or story has been assigned and read for homework, the teacher can use an electronic “flip chart” presentation, displayed on a screen in front of the class, that visually emphasizes academic vocabulary and important content from the lesson. The flip chart allows a teacher to hide, reveal, and highlight text and images as necessary to motivate students” (Wappel, 2010). The flipchart allows vocabulary to be presented in interesting ways and can be used to encourage immediate participation. “To enhance and complement the teacher’s chart, each... ?Technology in the...
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Unit of work for listening and speaking skills for ESL primary English classroom
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...classroom. A teacher should not expect unrealistic results keep himself prepared for possible failures. The teacher should also have some contingency plan if he faces some unexpected situation in the classroom. References Butin, D. W. (Ed.). (2005). Teaching Social Foundations of Education: Contexts, Theories, and Issues. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Ferris, D. R., & Hedgcock, J. S. (2004). Teaching ESL Composition: Purpose, Process, and Practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Hebl, M. R., Brewer, C. L., & Benjamin, L. T. (Eds.). (1985). Handbook for Teaching Introductory Psychology (Vol. 2)....
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Describe one way that you, as an ESL teacher, might support a mainstream teacher who has English Language Learners in their classroom
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...classroom needs, such as visual, auditory or kinesthetic. This method would determine whether the ESL student would learn effectively with individualized focus or effectively within the group to maximize learning comprehension. I would also develop a co-teaching evaluation template that would provide a checklist to ensure that individual learning occurs with a focus on ESL learners. It would mandate psychological theory such as self-esteem development... RUNNING HEADER: Supporting Mainstream Teachers Supporting Mainstream Teachers BY YOU YOUR SCHOOL INFO HERE HERE Supporting Mainstream Teachers Iwould help the teacher with identifying individual and group learning styles preferences to determine...
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1) Unit of work for listening and speaking skills for ESL primary Enlish classroom. 2) An essay stating the rationale, theoretical principles, reflection for th
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...classroom. A teacher should not expect unrealistic results keep himself prepared for possible failures. The teacher should also have some contingency plan if he faces some unexpected situation in the classroom. References Butin, D. W. (Ed.). (2005). Teaching Social Foundations of Education: Contexts, Theories, and Issues. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Ferris, D. R., & Hedgcock, J. S. (2004). Teaching ESL Composition: Purpose, Process, and Practice. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. Hebl, M. R., Brewer, C. L., & Benjamin, L. T. (Eds.). (1985). Handbook for Teaching Introductory Psychology (Vol. 2). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence...
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Teaching ESL through Culture
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...ESL through Culture: A Review of Literature The essay aims to proffer pertinent issues relative to teaching ESL through culture as seen from six different literatures on the subject. The discourse thereby would focus on crucial highlights of the literatures that help understand the topic and the pieces that might contribute to the improvement of students’ participation in ESL classrooms. The essay would initially present perspectives of defining culture, the problems in incorporating culture in teaching ESL, and proposed solutions to improve incorporating culture in teaching ESL in the classroom setting. Teaching ESL through Culture: A Review of Literature Teaching English as a Second... ? Teaching ESL...
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Teaching ESL through Culture
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...ESL through Culture: A Review of Literature The essay aims to proffer pertinent issues relative to teaching ESL through culture as seen from six different literatures on the subject. The discourse thereby would focus on crucial highlights of the literatures that help understand the topic and the pieces that might contribute to the improvement of students’ participation in ESL classrooms. The essay would initially present perspectives of defining culture, the problems in incorporating culture in teaching ESL, and proposed solutions to improve incorporating culture in teaching ESL in the classroom setting. Teaching ESL through Culture: A Review of Literature Teaching English as a Second... Teaching ESL...
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Esl 423 3
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...classroom teachers are involved.” (qtd in Ismat, Abdal-Haqq, 1995) (2) How can the AZ or TESOL English Learner standards be used as a guide for differentiating instruction for various levels of ELLs? The differentiated instruction approach is particularly suited to English language teaching because the students in these classes are more likely to have mixed abilities. This is especially due to their cultural and linguistic differences as well as the fact that students differ in their ideal manner and rate of learning. The situation is the same in both mainstream and ESL classrooms; so differentiated learning can be applied... Running head: APA TYPING TEMPLATE Typing Template for APA Papers Diana Tipton...
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ESL journal reviews
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...classroom handouts, teaching ideas and links. It publishes articles dated from 1995 to 2010. It also provides resources for teachers to can look at the published articles on teaching techniques and other things that are of interest to EFL and ESL teachers. It has... ?ESL Journal Reviews Part A ESL Journal This is a journal that is intended for and teachers of ESL, that is intended to increase room writing skills. It also is intended to provide a discussion forum for teachers and ESL professionals. It also has the stated purpose of offering a platform for the expression of teaching concepts and research. It also has the purpose of making students’ work accessible to those at home and in the host country,...
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Critical Pedagogy Applications in Observed Classroom Management
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...ESL Learning Environment Ahmed Alzahrani ENGL 694: Observation of Teaching English Dr. Gloria Park December 13, 2012 Final Paper: Critical Pedagogy Applications in Observed Classroom Management Within an ESL Learning Environment I. Title of Your Paper Chapter: Critical Pedagogy Applications in Observed Classroom Management Within an ESL Learning Environment II. Epigraph: “The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.” --William Arthur Ward III. Introduction The focus of the current paper is to determine how classroom management influences learning... ? Final Paper: Critical Pedagogy Applications in Observed room Management Within an...
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Annotated Bibliography in APA style
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...ESL classrooms. Deckert, G. (1996). Ethical Considerations in Addressing Values in the ESL Classroom. (Paper #3332). ERIC, EBSCOhost, viewed 8 November 2014. Since student-centered approach allows the learners to select content for themselves, the teacher’s ethical responsibility to prevent bias in ESL class rooms is discussed in this work. Handscombe, J., & And, O. (1974). Individualizing the ESL Program (or Teaching in the Ways in Which Students Learn). TESL Talk, ERIC, EBSCOhost, viewed 8 November 2014. This work aims to propose certain specialized suggestions for ESL classrooms based on grades. Suggestions are devised according to the expected ability... Andreini, L (1992). Adult ESL Literacy...
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EC430 Curriculum Development Assignment 7
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...classroom participation, or confidence issues stemming from their inability to communicate, or communicate fluently in English. Studies have been done that show that literature may be used to beneficial effect in an ESL classroom in order to encourage the children to learn, to use Standard English, and to actively participate in the classroom activities. While “literature was initially the main source of input for teaching in language classes in the era of Grammar Translation Method…(it) has been dropped down the pedestal” (Khatib & Derakhshan, 2011). In recent years, literature as a teaching tool has... EC430 Curriculum Development Assignment 7 (School) 25 February This paper will serve to answer...
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Cultural Sensitivity Reflection
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...classroom. It is very important for the teachers to understand and acknowledge the need to act sensitively and responsibly when they work in a culturally diverse community. References Chisholm, I.M. (1994). PREPARING TEACHERS FOR MULITICULTURAL CLASSROOMS. The Journal of Educational Issues of Language Minority Students, 14, 43-68. Gay, G. (2000). Culturally Responsive Teaching: Theory, Research, & Practice. New York: Teachers College Press. Stubbs, J. (2011, April 4). Cultural Sensitivity in the ESL Classroom. Retrieved from http://suite101.com/article/cultural-sensitivity-in-the-esl-classroom-a363885... Cultural sensitivity reflection: There exists no doubt in the fact that cultural competency and...
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Alternate Assessments w9 esol
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...ESL rooms across the country to make the process of assessment more efficient for the teachers as well as the ESL students. As an educator, I have observed different types of alternate assessments being used in such classrooms. Alternative assessment refers to the methods and techniques for assessing students who have limited English proficiency. Such assessments are prepared in such a manner that they can be used within the perspective of the curriculum and can be effortlessly integrated into the daily activities of school or classroom. In this paper, we shall discuss alternative assessments like portfolios and K-W-L charts... that are being frequently used and have gained tremendous success...
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Effect of Using Facebook as a Teaching Tool on 7th Grade ESL Students Motivation
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...ESL students to read and write. First, I need to make my ESL classroom fully interactive. Second, if I use interactive technology in an effective way, my students’ motivation level will be higher. Further, technology must provide an opportunity to share and display students’ work not only for teacher but also for their class fellows Strong, Silver and Robinson (1995) suggest that when students are provided opportunity to share their new learning with their class fellows, they have more energy and motivation to do the tasks. And Web 2.0... ?Contents 2 Introduction 3 Rational and Context 4 Literature Review 4 Motivation 4.2. Motivation to Read and Write 4.3. Motivation to Learn English among Hong Kong...
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Effective teaching methodologies that reflect the need of the learner,what are the particular constraints in the classroom,is th
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...classrooms and it helps tea teachers and language instructors to prepare curriculum and the design of instructional materials. Implementation of various methods in ESL classrooms creates problems in creating active learner participation. This dissertation is an attempt to find out different methods and strategies for teaching English effectively in ESL settings. The research is based on effect of various methods and approaches already implemented in ESL classrooms. 1.1 Aims and objectives The aim of the anticipated study is to explore the factors between the occurrence of current status of teaching English as second language and it seeks whether the existing methods... ?Effective teaching methodologies...
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How to approach the theme Personal characteristics in a course of ESL*. An example with fashion at lower secondary level. *En
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...ESL teaching and learning in respect to the Furlough’s concept of a knowledge or information that may lie enacted in new ways and inculcated in new identities (Allen 187). Similarly, this study finds that participatory pedagogy could lie implemented in ESL classrooms to share the ideals of having a strong focus on learners as multidimensional. In this situation... Personal characteristics in a of ESL Introduction Language skill integration involves linking four language skills, which are listening, reading, speaking, and writing with the intent of emphasizing real, meaningful communication. The trend toward tertiary ESL instruction parallels cross-curriculum tertiary-level movements for native English...
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Teaching English as a Second Language: Role of the ESL Teacher
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...classroom activities and to achieve learning outcomes as the first language learners. This paper seeks to explore the various ESL programs with special reference to the different roles played by the ESL teacher, the modes of delivery of the ESL programs, the diversity of ESL learners, the key theories and ideas about second language acquisition, the planning and programming of ESL lesson sequencing and the various ESL teaching strategies employed by ESL teachers. The roles of the ESL teacher: As ESL teaching is a complex process that demands professional competence, dedication and a sound knowledge of the various strategies and practices associated with second... Teaching English as a Second Language:...
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Teaching ESL Adults
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...ESL students in the classroom. The title of the lesson will be "Finding a Job: An Introduction to Applying for Entry Level Positions". The plan will incorporate 15 adult students of varying ages, origins and language proficiency who are concerned in discovering what it takes to find employment. The course will run for two-hours, twice a week for eight weeks. The three main goals of the lesson plan will include enabling to listen actively, speak so others can understand and also enable adult ESL learners to read with understanding. In Colorado state, the capability of listening and understand English incorporates goals, which mainly revolve around... ? Teaching ESL Adults Number: Teaching ESL Adults...
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Correlation between ESL students
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...classroom and what they finally score in IELTS leading to a need to carry out a qualitative analysis on more than 100 participants particularly millennial learners to establish whether narratives on ESL and IELTS especially in regards to bridging the gap between the two. Discussion Newton et al. (2014) believes Arabic students in particular face multiple challenges ranging from personal, linguistic, political, and cultural and education perspectives when enrolled in American ESL schools and institutes before joining universities. The major issue faced by Saudi students being taught IELTS in U.S. according... Correlation between ESL students Contents Introduction 2 Background information 2 Millennial...
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Classroom observation
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...ESL English mentors in both government and private educational institutions are familiar with the concept and significance of classroom observations. Classroom observations are frequently conducted in schools because they provide the people in charged with all the information that is required to upgrade the educational setup. However, from the perspective of the teacher being observed by the supervisor or the director of studies in a classroom, there is too much that gets at stake in such visits. Classroom observations raise the level of teachers’ consciousness and anxiety no matter how casually a director may perform them, because... the teachers know that their capabilities are being...
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Best Practices in Teaching Styles to Motivate ESL Students
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...ESL learning courses taken; 2. Observation Results: to note the specific motivational techniques used in each classroom, the response of the students, and other teacher-student response to the applied motivational approaches used. 3. Performance Evaluation: proposed uniform examination given in all three classes to gauge the effectiveness of the motivational technique used in terms of students’ abilities to absorb learning objectives and abilities to speak or communicate... ? MA Thesis Proposal: Best Practices in Teaching Styles to Motivate ESL ENGL 781/881 Introduction to Research in TESOL Dr. Sedef Smith Date Best Practices in Teaching Styles to Motivate ESL Students Introduction A very significant...
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English as Second Language
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...ESL. It has its weaknesses. But guarding against these weaknesses is essential to make the CL mode a success. The consistence of the teachers as overseers in the new mode will go a long way to reassure students and make the mode work for maximum students. By and large, the CL mode is well placed to support learning ESL in classrooms by sensibly designing activities and managing interactions. It is important to bear cultural and regional backgrounds in mind while handling ESL syllabus. In some cultures making eye contact is considered an aggressive move. Hence... A Proposal Study A PROPOSAL STUDY Titus Rock Manickam Order No. 330674 28 October 2009 Table of Contents Aims3 Participants ..... 3 Brief Des...
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Teaching English in elementary schools in Saudi Arabia
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...ESL classroom: students, teachers and researchers. Continuum International Publishing Group. Koda, K and Zehler, A 2008, Learning to read across languages: cross-linguistic relationships in first- and second-language literacy development. Taylor and Francis, New York. New, R 2007, Early childhood education: an international encyclopedia, Volume 1. Greenwood Publishing Group, Westport, CT. Nikolov, M and the European Centre for Modern Languages 2007, Teaching modern languages to young learners: teachers, curricula and materials, Volume 253. Council of Europe Publishing, Graz. Reese, L, Gallimore, R... ?LITERATURE REVIEW The extant literature on English as a Second Language (ESL) is quite extensive. It...
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Teching in ESL and EFL contexts: is there a difference
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...classroom survival language such as greetings and saying, "good morning, teacher." However, in ESL, teachers need to change their teaching styles because the students already know the basics and the classroom survival language. This is because they mostly use English as their communication mode. Additionally, students who take EFL classes are prone to get bored and lack intrinsic motivation in continuing... Teaching in ESL and EFL contexts: Is there a difference? Outlin 3 Introduction 4 Differences in ESL and EFL contexts 6 New development in both ESL & EFL process 8 How to teach more efficiently in both ESL and EFL contexts 8 Conclusion 11 Abstract……………………………………………………………………………………..3 Introduction………………………...
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Teaching in ESL and EFL contexts: Is there a difference
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...classroom survival language such as, greetings and saying, “good morning teacher.” However, in ESL the students already... ? Teaching in ESL and EFL contexts: Is there a difference Task: Outline Running Header: TEACHING IN ESL AND EFL CONTEXTS: IS THERE A DIFFERENCE 1 1 Teaching in ESL and EFL contexts: Is there a difference 1 TEACHING IN ESL AND EFL CONTEXTS: IS THERE A DIFFERENCE 2 2 Abstract 3 TEACHING IN ESL AND EFL CONTEXTS: IS THERE A DIFFERENCE 14 3 Directed studies in TESOL 4 Introduction 4 Definition of TESOL and its brief history 4 Differences in ESL and EFL contexts 6 Understanding the application of both ESL and EFL in the teaching and learning process 8 Advantages of both ESL and EFL 9 The...
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The Use of Multicultural Material in ESL Classrooms
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...ESL rooms The Use of Multicultural Material in ESL rooms It has been d that in the next three decades the majority of students will be bilingual/bicultural students, and therefore, classrooms have to try and contend with such issues as quickly as they possibly can. Multicultural Material and Impacts Multiculturalism is slowly on the rise, and children need to be sensitized about the global world as a whole at a very early age. Teaching them to embrace different cultures and different languages without discriminating their peers is of the utmost importance at such an early stage. This will also ensure that future bullying will be eradicated. In order to teach ESL... ? The Use of Multicultural Material in...
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ESL II
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...ESL II Table of Contents Introduction: Teaching methods in an EFL lesson 4 Traditional methods 4 Grammar Translation 4 Direct Method 5 Audio lingual 5 Communicative methods 6 Communicative Approach 6 Total Physical Response 7 Natural method 7 Competency-based Approach 8 Innovative methods 8 Silent Approach 9 Community Language Learning 9 Suggestopedia 10 Most beneficial methods in EFL lesson 10 Recommendations with supporting rationale 11 Conclusion 12 References 13 Introduction: Teaching methods in an EFL lesson The teaching methods for English as a foreign language vary among the teachers depending on nature of their students and their expectations. There is no single...
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Different models or theories of teaching writing in TESOL (Teaching English to Speaker of Other Languages)
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...classrooms and began to draw attention of those working in the ESL field. Zamel (1976) was one of the first to call for a revision of writing pedagogy in L2 writing classrooms. Her article, titled "Teaching composition in the ESL classroom: What can we... Running Head: TEACHING WRITING IN TESOL Different Models and Approaches of Teaching Writing in TESOL Different Models and Approaches of Teaching Writing in TESOL Introduction Over the last few decades, teaching writing in TESOL has become an increasingly important area of academic and professional study. The complexity of the academic writing task is increased for ESL students due to differences in their ethno-linguistic and socioeconomic backgrounds, pr...
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Language Learning Autobiography and critical post-analysis based on course reading in connection with additional independent research
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...ESL students) which necessitated me to pull on or extract the language I already knew and manipulate it according to the situation in hand. In other words, this interaction provided me an opportunity to use English for communication rather than only for classroom intent. A new culture and totally different curriculum proved difficult initially as was a little apprehensive to so many changes , but due to the help form ESL teachers and proficient English speaking peers , I not only learnt... Language Learning Autobiography and Pre-Analysis Five years ago, I along with my parents immigrated to the largest country in North America-Canada from South Korea. As I entered high school, I was placed in an ESL...
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Language Learning Autobiography and critical post-analysis based on course reading in connection with additional independent res
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...ESL students) which necessitated me to pull on or extract the language I already knew and manipulate it according to the situation in hand. In other words, this interaction provided me an opportunity to use English for communication rather than only for classroom intent. A new culture and totally different curriculum proved difficult initially as was a little apprehensive to so many changes , but due to the help form ESL teachers and proficient English speaking peers , I not only learnt fluent... ?Language Learning Autobiography and Pre-Analysis Five years ago, I along with my parents immigrated to the largest country in North America-Canada from South Korea. As I entered high school, I was placed in an...
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Language Learning Autobiography and Pre-Analysis
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...ESL students) which necessitated me to pull on or extract the language I already knew and manipulate it according to the situation in hand. In other words, this interaction provided me an opportunity to use English for communication rather than only for classroom intent. A new culture and totally different curriculum proved difficult initially as was a little apprehensive to so many changes , but due to the help form ESL teachers and proficient English speaking peers , I not only learnt fluent... ?Language Learning Autobiography and Pre-Analysis Five years ago, I along with my parents immigrated to the largest country in North America-Canada from South Korea. As I entered high school, I was placed in an...
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Facebook as a teaching tool
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...ESL students to read and write. First, I need to make my ESL classroom fully interactive. Second, if I use interactive technology in an effective way, my students’ motivation level will be higher. Further, technology must provide an opportunity to share and display students’ work not only for teacher but also for their class fellows Strong, Silver and Robinson (1995) suggest that when students are provided opportunity to share their new learning with their class fellows, they have... Contents 2 Introduction 3 Rational and Context 4 Literature Review 4 Motivation 4.2. Motivation to Read and Write 4.3. Motivation to Learn English among Hong Kong Students 4.4. Reading and Writing with Technology 4.5. Fac...
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ESL
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...classroom environment when the school is in their own home nation. The ages of the students range from 21 to 38. The students are divided into the three groups, beginner, intermediate, and advanced so that they can communicate at the level they have attained or are in which they are working. Through creating partnered conversation, the students can achieve participation and interaction so that they can gain confidence and begin to develop communications strategies... ?Assignment One: The following scenario includes a room in a nation of origin with adults who are learning to speak English. When someone studies English in England or in the United States, it is easier to develop an understanding of the...
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I have to choose one of these two Article to write a comment about one of them
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...ESL classroom teaching/learning activities in a South African context. TESOL Quarterly 32/1: 85–108. Bialystok, E. & Hakuta, K. (1994). In Other Words: The Science and Psychology of Second- Language Acquisition. New York: Basic Books. Ellis, R. (1999). Learning a Second Language through Interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Lightbown, P. M. & Spada, N. (1999). How Languages are Learned (Second Edition). Oxford University Press. Rose, K. R. & Kasper, G. (eds.) (2001). Pragmatics in Language Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.... perceptions interaction in a British EFL setting The study attempts to find out the factors that affect the perception regarding student interaction with...
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Philosophy Or Beliefs About Grammar Teaching
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...classroom at Forsyth Technical Community College in Winston Salem North Carolina. The main objective is to focus on the perspective of personal pedagogical system, beliefs, knowledge, theories, assumptions, and attitudes that plays a significant role in shaping a teachers’ way of teaching. It throws light on the teachers' actual practices in an adult high intermediate ESL classroom. Background Information of the institution where I conducted the observation Forsyth Technical Community College is a preparatory type... ?Grammar pedagogical Observations Philosophy or beliefs about grammar teaching Introduction This report explores an in service English teacher teaching of grammar in a second language...
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Student perceptions of student interaction in a British EFL setting
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...ESL classroom teaching/learning activities in a South African context. TESOL Quarterly 32/1: 85–108. Bialystok, E. & Hakuta, K. (1994). In Other Words: The Science and Psychology of Second- Language Acquisition. New York: Basic Books. Ellis, R. (1999). Learning a Second Language through Interaction. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. Lightbown, P. M. & Spada, N. (1999). How Languages are Learned (Second Edition). Oxford University Press. Rose, K. R. & Kasper, G. (eds.) (2001). Pragmatics in Language Teaching. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.... perceptions interaction in a British EFL setting The study attempts to find out the factors that affect the perception regarding student interaction with their...
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Comprehensive classroom management plan
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...classroom relies on the efficacy of a comprehensive management plan that provides an efficient, effective, scalable, safe, and relevant classroom environment. Incorporation of inclusive strategies in a classroom ensures that the students social, academic, and behavioral needs are met appropriately as well support for students with disabilities (Marzano, 2003). Classroom arrangement, rules, and procedures affect the students and the teacher directly because they govern the class activities and behaviors; hence, a classroom management plan has to ensure... ? Comprehensive room Management Plan Comprehensive room Management Plan Introduction Academic, social, and behavioral success of all students in a...
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Artifact #1: Needs Analysis/Context Narrative
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...ESL classroom settings and integrate technological applications in the learning environment; To determine best practices in learning World Englishes (WE) from the viewpoint of educators and of WE speaking students; The role that culture plays in learning World... ? Artifact Needs Analysis/Context Narrative ENGL 754/854: World Englishes in Composition & Applied Linguistics Dr. Gloria Park September 12,2012 Artifact #1: Needs Analysis/Context Narrative 1. Description of Work Contexts My native land is Saudi Arabia, a country rich in natural resources, particularly oil deposits, but also in people resources who possess talents as well as skills, and dream to be active contributors to the Kingdom’s future...
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World Englishes (Needs Analysis/Context Narrative)
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...ESL classroom settings and integrate technological applications in the learning environment; To determine best practices in learning World Englishes (WE) from the viewpoint of educators and of WE speaking students; The role that culture plays in learning... Artifact Needs Analysis/Context Narrative ENGL 754/854: World Englishes in Composition & Applied Linguistics Dr. Gloria Park September 12, 2012 Artifact #1: Needs Analysis/Context Narrative 1. Description of Work Contexts My native land is Saudi Arabia, a country rich in natural resources, particularly oil deposits, but also in people resources who possess talents as well as skills, and dream to be active contributors to the Kingdom’s future growth. ...
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Course: Practicum in TESOL, G. Analysis of Practicum Experience
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...ESL instructors should be aware of the different choices of the use of learning strategies among students’ gender and cultural or geographic background and provide different approaches to enhance students’ learning in English language” (p. 22). With this recommendation, there could be points within the ESL learning environment where educators could initially determine the level of motivation and learning strategies that are preferred by students through soliciting their expectations from the course and by seeking suggested teaching methodologies and approaches that would motivate them more in learning ESL in the traditional classroom setting. 3.2 The effect of the use... ? Analysis of Practicum...
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Analysis of Practicum Experience
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...ESL instructors should be aware of the different choices of the use of learning strategies among students’ gender and cultural or geographic background and provide different approaches to enhance students’ learning in English language” (p. 22). With this recommendation, there could be points within the ESL learning environment where educators could initially determine the level of motivation and learning strategies that are preferred by students through soliciting their expectations from the course and by seeking suggested teaching methodologies and approaches that would motivate them more in learning ESL in the traditional classroom setting. 3.2 The effect of the use... ? Analysis of Practicum...
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Sexuality
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...ESL life. She is cited by Vandrick (1997) in her exploration of hidden identities in the postsecondary ESL classroom. Vandrick adverts to the "psychic price" (p. 155) paid by students or faculty, such as lesbian and gay people, who are forced to sustain a social identity that is contrary to their actual identifications. Nelson... ?Running Head: SEXUALITY Sexuality Sexuality Introduction A growing body of research works with issues of language and gender and/or sexuality in the field of education (e.g., Linne, 2003; Filax, 2002). These, and other research findings from Western cultural contexts, suggest that queer teachers and students i.e., teachers and students with a non-normative sexuality, often...
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Course: Practicum in TESOL, G. Analysis of Practicum Experience
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...ESL instructors should be aware of the different choices of the use of learning strategies among students’ gender and cultural or geographic background and provide different approaches to enhance students’ learning in English language” (p. 22). With this recommendation, there could be points within the ESL learning environment where educators could initially determine the level of motivation and learning strategies that are preferred by students through soliciting their expectations from the course and by seeking suggested teaching methodologies and approaches that would motivate them more in learning ESL in the traditional classroom setting. 3.2 The effect... Analysis of Practicum Experience Ahmed...
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Standard and Non-Standard English
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...ESL) classroom, in both English and in the non-English languages. In a bilingual setting in Los Angeles, one teacher identified three varieties of English and three varieties of Spanish in her classroom. Each variety carried with it information about social status and the cultural background of the speaker: Instruction officially went on in the standard forms of English and Spanish, but students used two other varieties of English-Black English and Chicano English-and two other versions of Spanish-Chicano Spanish and a rural northern Mexican variety (Ovando et al., 2002). Globally... Resolving the Standard and Non-Standard Varieties of English English is often dubbed as the global language. This is why...
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A Lexical Phrase Grammar for ESL
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...ESL As far as grammar is concerned, there is a greater need to use lexicon during classes. More emphasis and efforts should be indeed used especially in language behavior by use of prefabricated routines of speech. More performance models are currently under development by linguistics (James, 1980). This promises to describe language in a cheaper in a way that explains how the language is received psychologically and all the other processes it entails; of which includes; perception, storage, and production. These processes are most important features of learning language behaviors rather than the use of other language structures (James, 1980). Any language theory... A lexical phrase grammar for ESL ...
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Bilingual Education/ESL
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...ESL Introduction Societies with multilingual insists that foreign language learners should have strict linguistic requirements for their various professional and academic fields. An elevated level of linguistic knowledge in a foreign language is paramount for practicing a winning career in both the neighborhood and the international economy. The most successful way of encouraging the use of other languages at an earlier age is by use of educational programs. The Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL) 1 symbolizes a frequently applied method in foreign language tutoring makes use of the aimed language to instruct other academic subjects. Even though, foreign languages... Bilingual Education/ESL...
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Meeting the Challenge of Educating English Language Learners
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...classrooms. This specific administrator training requires about 15 contact hours. At this point all principals and assistant principals have completed this training successfully. ESL Labs: In addition to leadership training the district provides direct ESL services. The district ensures that all ESL teachers have the best ESL curriculum and material. Each ESL classroom allows every student to interact and learn in a true multi-sensory environment. This setting was specifically designed under the concept of the newly adopted idea of educating... ?Meeting the Challenge of Educating English Language Learners Introduction: Historically, the main purpose for education in the United s has been to produce a...
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