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thematic planning ideal for ELLs because students are exposed to concepts and vocabulary related to the themes in various content areas. ELLs can internalize these concepts and vocabulary through repeated exposure
semantic mapping in social studies identifies critical features of a given concept. Its a visual representation of interconnected characteristics or features of a given concept. Interrelatedness can be represented with words or symbols.
earliest European colonization efforts in North America began in St. Augustine and Roanoke. The Spaniards established St. Augustine in 1565 near what is today Jacksonville, Florida. After this, the English tried to establish a colony at Roanoke off the coast of North Carolina.
list colony dates for VA, MA, NM, TX, NY, and NJ. VA and MA - 17th century; NM - 1598; TX - 1682; NY and NJ - 1624.
idioms for ELLs ("keep your nose clean" & "keep an eye on the baby" these are connotative language because idiomatic expressions rely on cultural referents and implied/connotative meanings, which is why ELLs have difficulties understanding them
balanced reading program uses the best practices from the skill-based and meaning-based approaches. It combines phonics instruction (skill-based) to teach decoding skills, and meaning-based approach (whole-language strategy) to teach reading
onset and rime to teach spelling skills compensates for grapheme-phoneme inconsistency in English. Through use of rime children can learn to recognize and spell multiple words.
what is onset and rime The onset is the initial consonant sound (b- in bag), and the rime is the vowel and the rest of the syllable that follows.
"predestined" composed of three morpheme-units of meaning. Pre - derivational morpheme; destin - root word; ed - inflectional ending.
SSR designed to promote reading comprehension and vocabulary development.
interactive writing journals for emerging writers, key advantage is students learn that writing can be used for meaningful communication when they want to get information from teachers and peers.
ELL Spanish dominant writing samples might be perceived as disjointed and lacking logical sequence because they often follow curvilinear progression and might include multiple stories embedded within the narrative
miscue analysis developed by John Goodman to assess performance of children in oral reading.
concept of the zero evolved in India but also developed disconnectedly by the Mayans around 700 CE.
Mnemonic devices (ex: my very eager mother just served us nine pizzas) for some students this activity might lack purpose but for others it might be an effective way to remember facts
cumulus clouds formed during sunny summer days
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