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Key Principles & Digital Tools for

ELL Instruction in CCSS

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KEY PRINCIPLES & DIGITAL TOOLS FOR ELL


INSTRUCTION IN CCSS
The 1,413,549 English
learners constitute 22.7
percent of the total
enrollment in California
public schools.

KEY PRINCIPLES & DIGITAL TOOLS FOR ELL


INSTRUCTION IN CCSS
A total of 2,685,793
students speak a language
other than English in their
homes. This number
represents about 43.1
percent of the state's
public school enrollment.

KEY PRINCIPLES & DIGITAL TOOLS FOR ELL


INSTRUCTION IN CCSS
The majority of English
learners (73%) are enrolled
in the elementary grades,
K-6th. The rest (27%) are
enrolled in the secondary
grades, 7-12th, and in the
ungraded category.

Although English
learner data are
collected for 60
language groups, 95
percent speak one of
the top ten
languages in the
state.

COMMON CORE & ELD STANDARDS

WHERE ARE WE?

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California ELD Standards

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California ELD Standards

CALIFORNIA ELD STANDARDS

Part I:
Interacting in Meaningful Ways

Part II:
Learning About How English Works

Collaborative

Structuring
Cohesive Text

Productive

Expanding &
Enriching Ideas

Interpretive

Connecting &
Condensing Ideas
Part III:
Using Foundational Literacy

Native
Language

Emerging

Expanding

Bridging

Lifelong Lang
Learning

WHERE IS THE
CONNECTION?

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WHERE ENGLISH LEARNERS DEMONSTRATE


LITERACIES

CLASSROOM IMPLICATIONS
Use online writing to help
students develop relationships
and practice English with other
students. Make it part of a
Provide literature that is
Allow students to research topics
language and cultural exchange
culturally relevant, age
of interest. If students are truly
appropriate, and accessible to ELs where English-speaking students
interested
in
a
topic,
they
will
at their current level of English -- who often take foreign language
probably
learn
more
language
classes -- also practice the first
acquisition
language of the ESL student

Take advantage of professional


learning opportunities
Provide a space where all
specifically to benefit English
Get to know students as human
languages have equal power. Have
learners. For example, join a
students work together to
professional organization such as beings. Honor the resources they
bring to the classroom and
complete a service-learning task, TESOL or the National Association
interview each other, or work on a for Bilingual Education (NABE) recognize their multiple literacies
project using both languages

CLASSROOM IMPLICATIONS

newsela.com

Google Advanced Search

Provide literature
that is culturally
relevant, age
appropriate, and
accessible to ELs at
their current level
of English
acquisition

crafty184.com

CLASSROOM IMPLICATIONS

todaysmeet.com

docs.google.com

Use online writing to help


students develop
relationships and practice
English with other students.
Make it part of a language and
cultural exchange where
English-speaking students -who often take foreign
language classes -- also
practice the first language of
the ESL student
padlet.com

CLASSROOM IMPLICATIONS

Google App Search

Allow students to
research topics of
interest. If students
are truly interested in
a topic, they will
probably learn more
language

Google Search Education


agoogleaday.com

CLASSROOM IMPLICATIONS

awwapp.com

Google Drive

Provide a space where all


languages have equal
power. Have students
work together to
complete a servicelearning task, interview
each other, or work on a
project using both
languages
Google Translate Tools

CLASSROOM IMPLICATIONS

TESOL.org

NABE.org

Take advantage of
professional learning
opportunities specifically
to benefit English learners.
For example, join a
professional organization
such as TESOL or the
National Association for
Bilingual Education (NABE)
twitter.com

CLASSROOM IMPLICATIONS

Music

Literature

Get to know students


as human beings.
Honor the resources
they bring to the
classroom and
recognize their
multiple literacies
Google Cultural Institute

WHAT ARE SOME


Speak slower, not louder.

Provide outlines, advanced organizer, or visual


guides.

Write down key terms on the board.

Integrate games.

Read written instructions. Repeat.

Write key concept vocabulary on a Word Wall.

Integrate listening centers.

Model new skills.

Extend test time.

Dont rescue ELLs when they struggle to speak smile,

relax your feet, face, and hands, and wait (its hard

to be tense when those body parts are loose).

Think-pair-share.

Provide exemplars of successful projects.

Let students use their home language in the


classroom

to solve work.

Use pictures, sketches, and graphic organizers.

Make videos of presentations for ELLs to replay if


needed.

Liberally use checks for understanding.

Pair up ELLs with strong oral and written English


skills.

Share a picture glossary.

Teach with cooperative learning.

Provide opportunities for low-stakes writing.

STRATEGIES?

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CONCEPT
CHECKING

Benefits of concept checking 3


Cs:

Google Forms

checks for students


understanding.
clarifies difficult vocabulary for
students who are too shy to ask
questions.

GoFormative.com

creates a supportive learning


classroom, where students feel
that its okay to ask for help.
GetKahoot.com

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BOARD WORK &


ERROR
CORRECTION
In a non-ELL classroom using the
board and error correction is
important, but in an ELL classroom
its a must. Students need to hear
out and see instructions, new
concepts, words, definitions on the
board. Visuals in an ELL classroom
helps students with: memory,
clarification, recognition,
understanding, reminding and
error correction

HaikuDeck.com

Cloud Generators

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canva.com

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SUPPORT ELLS
WITH SCANNABLE
TECHNOLOGY
Scannable technology provides
opportunities for students to
quickly and easily interact with a
variety of content. In a
differentiated classroom, children
should have access to resources
and support materials that will push
them toward success.

Interactive Word Walls


Scannable Vocabulary Lists
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Build Background Knowledge

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ELLs can be supported by a variety


of tech tools. This includes
scannable technology like quick
response (QR) codes and
augmented reality (AR) triggers
aurasma.com & App

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WRITTEN VS.
AUDIO VS. MOVIE
DIRECTIONS
Some of your ELLs may be
conversationally fluent in English but
struggle with reading in this language. In
addition to giving them written directions
in English, you can provide an activity
sheet or assignment that will link to a URL
where they can hear the directions read
aloud for them. You may decide to try
this strategy if your students are stronger
readers and you want them to practice
their listening skills. Another option is to
provide audio directions for students in
their native language so that they can
focus on the task at hand rather than
struggle with following written directions.

kaizena.com

SnagIt

ThingLink.com

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