Clinical Field Experience Discussion 3

Clinical Field Experience Discussion 3

Clinical Field Experience Discussion 3

Spend time observing at least one content area classroom that services ELLs in a Title 1 setting. Let your mentors know that you are observing the implementation of SEI strategies.

In 500-750 words, summarize and reflect upon your observations within the classroom or classrooms that you observed highlighting on the SEI strategies utilized and the accommodations the instructor made during instruction for the cultural differences of the learners.

THESE SEI STRATEGIES WERE USED (DO NOT COPY AND PASTE)

1. Make lessons auditory, visual, and kinesthetic. Use visual representations to introduce new concepts and vocabulary. Find graphs, maps, photographs, drawings, and charts. Create story maps and graphic organizers to teach ELLs how to organize information. ELLs will benefit from hands-on activities. Have them learn by doing. Investigate project-based learningand Makerspaces.

 

5. Use cooperative learning strategies. Lecture-style teaching excludes ELLs from the learning in a classroom. We don’t want to relegate them to the fringes of the classroom, doing a separate lesson with a classroom aide or ESL teacher. Working in small groups is especially beneficial to ELLs who have an authentic reason to use academic vocabulary and real reasons to discuss key concepts. ELLs benefit from cooperative learning structures. Give students a job in a group, and monitor that they are participating.

6. Modify vocabulary instruction for ELLs. ELLs do not usually learn new vocabulary indirectly. It needs to be explicitly taught in order for them to understand texts that they are reading. ELLs need many more exposures to new words than native-English speakers. They need to learn cognates, prefixes, suffixes, and root words to enhance their ability to make sense of new vocabulary . Understanding context clues such as embedded definitions, pictures, and charts builds ELLs’ schema. They should actively engage in holistic activities to practice new vocabulary because learning words out of context is difficult for them.

ACOMODATIONS USED WERE:

aids such as text to speech software

Google translator

Picture dictionary

Modifications to choices for project to minimize confusion

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