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By Stephen White

That includes actions designed to aid scholars enhance English abilities; this source contains classes that may be changed according to the scholars' degrees of language talent. The actions span the content material parts together with language arts, arithmetic, social experiences, and technology, plus easy-to-use classes comprise step by step directions and recommendations for entire and small workforce guide. certainly vital source for varied study rooms, this precious e-book additionally comprises historical past info on language acquisition and language talent point. additionally, new Bloom's Taxonomy questions, which are aligned with twenty first Century abilities, are integrated to advertise oral language improvement talents. 136pp. plus instructor source CD with image organizers and reproducible.

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To differentiate by proficiency level, see pp. 11–15 for Bloom’s Taxon omy Question s and pp. 19–2 4 for detailed examples. Advanced: Ask students to explain how their knowledge about the words has changed. Assessment The following is a checklist of items to informally assess students after they complete this activity. Students should be able to: • write selected vocabulary words • recognize correct usage of vocabulary terms 46 #50203—Activities for English Language Learners Across the Curriculum © Shell Education Name: _______________________________________ Date: ___________________ Three in a Row Directions: Fill in the boxes with the words your teacher gives you.

Have students explain their associations. For example, if a student chooses synonym, they need to explain how their word can be a synonym for another word and state that word. Teacher Tip • It is possible that a student will make more than one association with a vocabulary word. Differentiating by Proficiency Level Beginning: Provide choices for completing word associations. Intermediate: Have students work as a group to categorize their word associations. Advanced: Encourage students to use more complex content vocabulary when explaining their word associations.

CAT 1. Keep the first letter in the word the same. _____ 2. Change the second letter to the fourth vowel in the alphabet. _____ _____ 3. Change the third letter to the letter that comes before n in the alphabet. _____ _____ _____ 4. Add the second letter in the alphabet to the end of the word. _____ _____ _____ _____ New Word: _____________________________________ 2. SAME 1. Change the first letter in the word to the letter that comes before it in the alphabet. ___ 2. Switch the first vowel in the word to the fourth vowel in the alphabet.

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