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Reading, Writing, Speaking for ELLs: Reading Strategies for ELLs (Part 1 of 3) - Shared screen with speaker view
Elisabeth LaPierre
22:48
E. LaPierre MS Technology
Victoria Bolton
22:55
ESOL/ENL in Rochester, K-6
Roselym Miranda
22:56
Dual Language First Grade teacher
Debbie Davis
23:00
Family and Consumer Science
Leandro da Silva
23:01
ENL 4-6
Taylor Terhaar
23:11
Taylor Terhaar- welding
Marc Negrin
23:12
WELDING
Lisa Bennett
24:38
Regents Earth Science
Grace Sullivan
25:01
Grace Sullivan - Islip Career Center, Work Study Program
Roselym Miranda
43:55
turn and talk
Taylor Terhaar
43:56
thumbs up thumbs down, fist of five
Victoria Bolton
44:00
You can stop and ask them questions
Lori Atallah
44:02
paragraph frames
Elisabeth LaPierre
44:08
When close reading,connect one word or phrase that sums it up.
Lisa Bennett
44:30
Quick diagram
Lori Atallah
44:39
after each paragraph have students write a sentence summary
Lori Atallah
44:56
paragraph or section
Lori Atallah
52:50
https://rewordify.com/
Lori Atallah
53:21
Castle learning too
Debbie Davis
53:42
I am … I teach family and consumer science
Lori Atallah
56:47
choice board
Victoria Bolton
56:53
They could act out the procedure in pairs.
Taylor Terhaar
56:59
diagrams
Debbie Davis
57:16
i have them make a unsafe/safe kitchen in a cardboard box
Debbie Davis
59:05
In sewing, they make the project
Lori Atallah
59:42
They could write about the process of making the sewing
Elisabeth LaPierre
01:00:08
Studnets can work in groups to hash out their presentation of projects.
Victoria Bolton
01:01:08
You could assign each procecure to a student, they teach it to the rest of the group
Lori Atallah
01:02:06
create a checklist
Lori Atallah
01:10:28
bookcreator
Lori Atallah
01:11:34
https://steinhardt.nyu.edu/metrocenter/language-rbern/resources/bilingual-glossaries-and-cognates
Lori Atallah
01:11:48
glossaries in multiple languages and subjects
Michelle Soule
01:13:21
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1KwpIRYveUSYVGbifpJ6F5NWRZRhGpnt4/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=118009344760758852178&rtpof=true&sd=true
Victoria Bolton
01:13:39
Thank you!
Mindy Iannotti
01:13:40
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