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Setting language goals with students is a great way to motivate and support learning. Students love tracking their progress, and knowing what they need to do to reach their goal(s)!
Consideration 8: Do you think about strategies that move students along from word level, to sentence level to discourse level? Which language domain(s) will students USE with the content learned in a lesson? When teaching about a process in science, for example, include teaching the sequential language needed to discuss or write about the process. When teaching math vocabulary, provide sentence frames that support that math concept, along with opportunities to use them. English learners learn language WHILE learning content. Integrating the two is key. 🔑
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Math is a universal language... WRONG! There are a lot of words that get in the way of understanding. Teaching vocabulary in math class is key! Here, as a fun exit ticket, my students are given either a term or an illustration of a term. They must find their match before they can go! (These cards were used in a sorting activity earlier.)