Identify your attitudes, assumptions, and beliefs and articulate how they impact your interaction with students.
Identify the multiple factors impacting the school experience of language minority students, including cognitive/academic, social/affective and linguistic development issues.
Assessment: 50 pts.
Due: Session 4
Teachers can apply the Tools of the TELL materials to their work with EL students, enabling them to increase learning opportunities for students.
Having extensively explored the Inclusive Pedagogy characteristic of collaboration, students are positioned to begin exploring the characteristics of guiding principles and essential policy. In preparation for the next session, students read about principles of second language acquisition and the identification and assessment of language minority students.
Note: Give particular attention to the five key ideas from Collier’s synthesis of second language acquisition research provided with the discussion of SLA Myth #5 on page 23-24. This information will also be needed during LA 7.2.
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