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Reading, Writing, Speaking for ELLs: Writing Strategies for Teaching ELLs (Part 2 of 3) - Shared screen with speaker view
Grace Sullivan
19:21
Grace Sullivan - Islip Career Center/Eastern Suffolk BOCES
Debbie Davis
20:00
I teach Family and consumer science - Livingston Manor Central School
Victoria Bolton
20:03
I teach ENL/ESOL in Rochester City SD, grades 3-6
Marc Negrin
20:12
MARC NEGRIN ICC - WELDING 11/12 GRADE
Sonagul Charyyeva
20:15
Hi everyone!
Alice Yankson
20:16
Alice Yankson- Uniondale High School. CTE Nurse Assistant
Elisabeth LaPierre
20:49
Middle School Technology
John Litkowski
21:40
John Litkowski, ISS Math/Business/Technology, high school NYCDOE
Sonagul Charyyeva
21:47
I teach ENL in NFCSD, grades 1-6
Grace Sullivan
22:01
Grace Sullivan - Teaching Assistant - Work Study Program
Marc Negrin
22:35
FRUSTRATION
John Litkowski
22:51
do not know enough english words?
Victoria Bolton
23:09
I think there is a disconnect between how our speech sounds, and how English is spelled.
Alice Yankson
23:25
I would think because of all the extra words and usage that the English language has that may not translate the same in their language
Sonagul Charyyeva
24:10
I believe that is because of limited vocabulary or not having any education prior coming to the usa
John Litkowski
24:12
the irregular grammar of English
Sonagul Charyyeva
24:36
sometimes
Marc Negrin
26:10
TAYLOR IS IN THE WAITING ROOM, CAN U LET HER IN
Elisabeth LaPierre
27:42
Graphically
Elisabeth LaPierre
27:58
Create a rap.
Debbie Davis
27:59
I think many of the ideas we shared last time, create, make, diagram
Victoria Bolton
28:06
They can do a photo essay, where they take pictures and write captions.
Felicia Turner
28:09
Digitally & Graphically; Poems
Alice Yankson
34:00
Formulating an idea
Elisabeth LaPierre
34:06
Prewriting, brainstorm select a topic, frame it out first draft rewrite final draft
Felicia Turner
34:22
Brainstorming, Pre-Writing, Drafting, Revising, Editing, Presenting Final Product
Alice Yankson
34:23
Writing a draft and revising
Victoria Bolton
34:36
Brainstorm, pick the best ideas, organize ideas, first draft, 2nd draft, final draft, edit and proofread, share with audience.
Dorothea LoBiondo
34:49
organizing the ideas, research any thing that might need correcting, sequence the information draft some sentences
Sonagul Charyyeva
34:53
brainstorming, first draft, revising and final draft
Marc Negrin
35:12
CONCEPT. ORGANIZE, DRAFT. REVIEW, FINAL
Grace Sullivan
35:17
Your idea first, then thoughts on paper, then your essay then revise and edit
Victoria Bolton
36:09
My students hate outlining, but they like concept mapping.
Elisabeth LaPierre
40:49
I love a variety of graphic organizers, but I currently don't teach writing. I DO use a STOR?Y BOARD to teach video.
Sonagul Charyyeva
44:21
This kind of graphic organizer would be useful for transitioning or higher level ELLs.
Alice Yankson
46:23
I list audio. I’m going out to reconnect
Alice Yankson
46:33
Lost audio
Elisabeth LaPierre
47:38
One of my current ELLs can immediatley benefit from a graphic organizer such as was shared. There are researching the life of Rube Goldberg, I'm just looking for an opening sentencce, 3- 5 details and a closing sentence. They are in 8th grade. The ELL specialist meets in a study hall with this student.
Elisabeth LaPierre
59:58
My favorite holiday movie is __________because __
Elisabeth LaPierre
01:00:17
I am thankful ______this year,
Elisabeth LaPierre
01:00:46
Classmates I am thankful for are____
John Litkowski
01:01:28
The best filament for the part is ________, because it __________________.
Michelle Soule
01:03:14
I can use ____________ to __________.
Michelle Soule
01:03:29
One piece of equipment I could use is ___________.
Michelle Soule
01:03:50
I would like to learn about _______ tomorrow.
Victoria Bolton
01:04:34
Something I still don't understand is ______________.
Alice Yankson
01:09:20
Yes
Alice Yankson
01:11:57
We can make our own
Taylor Terhaar
01:12:05
We use rubrics that we create
Victoria Bolton
01:12:12
I feel much better creating my own, and differentiate for different students.
Dorothea LoBiondo
01:12:18
I do use rubrics and I create my own
John Litkowski
01:12:24
use rubistar and create our own.
Elisabeth LaPierre
01:12:30
When I was a second grade writing teacher in this district they did promote the school-wide rubic.
Sandra Vega
01:12:43
Sometimes they can be overwhelmingly by for ELLs
Elisabeth LaPierre
01:16:13
I'm gonna add a rubric to the Rube Goldberg project.
Victoria Bolton
01:16:19
I would love to give students more time for reflection.
Alice Yankson
01:16:20
Reflective writing in class, exit slips,
John Litkowski
01:16:31
exit slips and give students more time.
Marc Negrin
01:16:37
GRAPHIC ORGANIZER
jonas viik
01:16:39
modeling, I do that
Taylor Terhaar
01:16:42
More peer review
Sonagul Charyyeva
01:16:44
exit slips and graphic organizer
Dorothea LoBiondo
01:16:56
more time for reflective writing and use more exit tickets for writing
Elisabeth LaPierre
01:17:23
Really, I may put all these tips into the assignment for this one wriiting pice for Tech 8.
Julia Maddalena
01:17:33
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jonas viik
01:17:35
thank you!
Sonagul Charyyeva
01:17:47
Thank you Michelle and Julia!
Julia Maddalena
01:18:26
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Michelle Soule
01:18:49
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John Litkowski
01:18:58
thanks!