Essay about Who Are English Language Learner Students?
Throughout this EDPS 635: “Curriculum Development and Classroom Management” course, I have found that Building Vocabulary and Background Knowledge of English-Language Learner’s to be a crucial aspect in the academic achieved and social growth achievement process of these specific students. I feel that the information presented has enlightened me and provided many wonderful opportunities on how to teach and deal with the issues these students who are considered to be English-Language Learners during to my classroom. Below I have provided my personal feedback on this particular topic and the benefits of this strategy.
*Strategy 1: Building Vocabulary and Background Knowledge*
This is one strategy that has been proven to be valuable is building vocabulary and background knowledge when working with ELLs who have a limited vocabulary, and some have limited background knowledge as well. They may not have had the experiences that other regular education students have had; therefore, they do not share the same background knowledge. Building vocabulary is a key component in learning language and comprehending text while reading. Vocabulary