Best Practices Nurturing Intellectual Competence (ENGLISH LANGUAGE…
Best Practices Nurturing Intellectual Competence
ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS
Diverse learning needs
Strategies for differentiating curriculum
Deliver content in "chunks"
Define key vocabulary, multiple-meaning words, and figurative language
Provide multiple learning opportunities to reinforce key concepts and vocabulary
Use Audio and visual support
Remove unnecessary words that can cause distractions from the content
Provide background knowledge
Incorporating multiple intelligences into curriculum planning
Provide a variety of activities for all students to be able to show their strengths and improve on their weaknesses.
Social and developmental theories that would influence curricular decisions
Students participate in activities by constantly communicating with other
Focus on the development of oral communication (drills, dialogues, etc.)
Teaching as if the mind is a blank slate in the beginning
Students construct their own understanding and ideas
Repetitive activity until fully understood and is able to demonstrate their learning
Engaging learning environment with many opportunities to improve with the English language.
Differentiate their lessons and instructions
Empower students to take ownership of their learning
Children from Property
Gifted and Talented Learners