In this course you will learn how to design lesson plans around the needs of your ELL students and their language level through the analysis of content language and cognitive demands. You will learn how to align language objectives to the adopted standards of your school and content area. You will learn how to modify existing course materials as well as develop graphic organizers and languages frames to support ELLs’ access to content. Analysis of second language acquisition theories will be applied to lesson planning.
About this Course
Arizona State University
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TOP REVIEWS FROM LESSON PLANNING WITH THE ELL IN MIND
I have learnt so much how to help my ELL students in class and outside class . Thank you Arizona University, Thank you Coursera
This course was excellent professional development. As a Science teacher, it helped me understand how I can incorporate English language instruction into my lesson plans.
Outstanding review of basic foundational lesson planning with the ELL in mind that I can easily put into practice within my classes.
Such a helpful course! It really helped inform my teaching practices to engage all of the students!
About the ELL Success in the Content Classroom: Teacher Toolbox Series Specialization
Plan lessons, activities and assessment with the ELL in mind, and create an engaging and welcoming environment for the ELL and their families.
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