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Teacher Tip: 20 Tips for Working With English Language Learners in PreK

Working with English language learners, you have the wonderful opportunity to observe them as they absorb their new language. The following are twenty suggestions for working effectively with young ELLs.  (continue reading)
Tue, Dec 11, '18

Teacher Tip: Provide Language Learning Opportunities to ELLs Through Writing

For English language learners, a reader's notebook is a safe place to practice a new language. It eventually becomes a record of their progress not only in content and literacy knowledge but in acquiring a new language.  (continue reading)
Tue, Dec 4, '18

Teacher Tip: Weave Intentional Talk into Whole-Group Teaching

Intentional talk refers to the language you use that is consciously directed toward the goal of instruction. When you plan for intentional talk in your interactive read-aloud and shared reading experiences, think about the meaning of the text and what your students will need to think about to fully  (continue reading)
Tue, Nov 20, '18

Teacher Tip: What Makes a Good Book Talk?

Think of a book talk as a brief commercial for a book. You might prepare for your book talk by jotting a few notes an a sticky note to remind you of the essential points you want to make.  (continue reading)
Tue, Nov 13, '18

Teacher Tip: How to Create Dynamic Guided Reading Groups

Creating guided reading groups is a dynamic process that you must always examine critically. The reading records you keep enable you to make informed decisions about effective grouping. To help you create dynamic groups, consider the following  (continue reading)
Tue, Nov 6, '18

Teacher Tip: Plan Activities that Serve More than One Purpose

Often, it can be difficult to find time for every activity in the classroom. As a remedy, here are some activities that can serve multiple purposes simultaneously.  (continue reading)
Tue, Oct 23, '18

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