• Region XII ESL Classes for 2017

    Region XII ESL Classes for 2017

    105270 5/18/2017 Bilingual/ESL TETNThis session is a TETN from the Bilingual/ESL divi...Professional Development

    119778 6/12/2017 ESL TExES Preparation CourseAs the demographics change in Texas, teachers must...Professional Development

    119779 6/19/2017 Sheltered InstructionSheltered Instruction facilitates high quality ins...Professional Development

    121760 6/26/2017 Bilingual/ESL Book StudyNeed an innovative way to accrue professional deve...Professional Development

    91475 6/29/2017 2017 TEKS Resource System Regional ConferenceJoin ESC Region 12 for a day of relevant, evidence...Professional Development

    12608 77/17/2017 Imagine Learning TrainingMany Region 12 LEAs who are members of the Shared ...Professional Development

    127229 8/3/2017 Bilingual/ESL Directors' AcademyJoin us for an informative day designed to provide...Professional Development

    121633 8/3/2017 ESL TExES Preparation CourseAs the demographics change in Texas, teachers must...Professional Development

    127297 8/10/2017 Woodcock-Munoz TrainingParticipants will learn how to implement the Woodc...Professional Development

    105271 8/17/2017 Bilingual/ESL TETNThis session is a TETN from the Bilingual/ESL divi...Professional Development

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  • Tips for Teachers with ESL Students

    Tips for Teachers with ESL Students

    Did you know an average of 9%of the students in US Public schools are ELL’s (English Language Learners), according to National Center for Education Statistics. How do we reach these kids?



    Here are some tips to help:
    1. Use visuals
    Try not to give all directions orally, use visuals to assist.
    2. Use more group work
    This way the ELL student can practice language with peers in a more personal setting.
    3. Acknowledge their “silent period”
    New ESL students will be quiet in the beginning. Please do not try to force them to speak.
    4. Use sentence frames
    It is difficult for all students to use their academic conversations. This is especially true for ESL students. To help, use a sentence frame like “I disagree with what ___ said because …”
    5. Use pre-teaching
    If you plan on introducing a new element to your students, why not give a copy of the new information to the ESL student ahead of time.

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Last Modified on May 9, 2017