Meet a few understudies from the IEP at the College of Louisiana at Lafayette!.


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It\'s Not Half the Work, It\'s Twice the Reward: Collaborative Teaching Ideas for the ESL Classroom. Kristina Dixon, M.S.Mary Klaus, M.A. Escalated English ProgramUniversity of LouisianaLafayette, LouisianaNovember 2007. What is Collaborative Teaching?. Group Teaching: Teachers have rise to responsibilityInterdisciplinary Courses: ESL instructor works with substance region teachersParallel Teaching: Cl
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Meet a few understudies from the IEP at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette!

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It\'s Not Half the Work, It\'s Twice the Reward: Collaborative Teaching Ideas for the ESL Classroom Kristina Dixon, M.S. Mary Klaus, M.A. Concentrated English Program University of Louisiana Lafayette, Louisiana November 2007

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What is Collaborative Teaching? Group Teaching: Teachers have square with obligation Interdisciplinary Courses: ESL instructor works with substance zone educators Parallel Teaching: Class is separated into two gatherings with one instructor for every gathering. Lead & Support: One educator guides another Haynes, J. 2007. Two instructors can be superior to anything one. Fundamental Teacher 4 (September 2007) 3: 6-7.

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Collaborative Teaching IS NOT: A " escape class " free card Spontaneous Requires inside and out arranging & readiness Requires instructor correspondence & participation Chaotic Activities organized around objectives and goals All understudies are deliberately drawn in

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Benefits for Teachers: Learn from each other and give support while attempting new exercises Improve direction together Encourage arrangement; lessen territorialism (Choose the right educator) Foster instructional imagination Provide force for expansion exercises

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Benefits for Students: Opportunity to watch joint effort between instructors Shift to understudy focused guideline and drew in learning Build self-regard Motivate understudies to inspire themselves as enthusiasm for topic increments

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Benefits for Students: Increase basic deduction aptitudes and maintenance Develops a feeling of group among understudies Positively impacts understudies of different capacities and foundations Eases move of worldwide understudies into an American college http://tep.uoregon.edu/assets/librarylinks/articles/benefits.html

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Reading Writing Grammar Listening/ Speaking Activities For Collaboration

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Reading Storytelling at PJ " s Coffee House Combine gatherings of understudies with blended levels Have understudies from one level inform the others concerning the novel/story they are perusing Allow everybody in the gathering to talk until the stories are done Great for surveying perusing perception & oral capability

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Reading LSAT Logic Puzzles Use rationale riddles to test understudies " perusing understanding thinking abilities inferential speculation Work on the whole or in littler gatherings

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Writing Chain Stories Each understudy composes the principal sentence of a story, then passes it to a schoolmate, who includes another sentence Students continue including sentences until the last one closures the story Have the first essayist read the story to the class – and giggle!

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Writing Short Story Group Picture Writing Select a photo & study it for 5 minutes Answer who, what, when, where, & why – Start to expound on the photo without considering. Take a gander at the photo once more. Begin composing once more. Following a couple of minutes, a story creates! Adjusted from Short Story Group at http://www.shortstorygroup.com http://www.

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Grammar Apples to Apples Matching proper things with descriptive words Student " judges " pick the best affiliation Builds vocabulary with descriptors & things Jeopardy! Well disposed rivalry inside a class or between varying levels Reviews & fortifies linguistic use ideas

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Grammar – Take a dynamic walk around Cypress Lake!

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Listening & Speaking Student Debates Mafia! Murder Mystery Art Criticism Games Taboo Twenty Questions

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Student Debates Students propose & vote on subjects that are important to them. Understudies either pick their " side " or are relegated a specific perspective to contend. Once isolated, presentations are given on both sides. All understudies share their thoughts, with a " free-for-all " toward the end. Extraordinary for familiarity, verbalization, social digestion, and certainty building.

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Mafia Students are all individuals from a town - a specialist, a policeman, standard townspeople – and executioners! Understudies are doled out a " character " in light of a playing card. Every night as the town dozes, a homicide is conferred, the specialist endeavors to spare an existence, and the policeman does some investigator work. Amid the day, the townspeople talk about the wrongdoing, make an allegation, capture a suspect, and vote to imprison (or execute) those they find blameworthy!

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Murder Mystery Story – a homicide has been conferred by somebody playing the amusement Students are given plausible excuses & " insider facts " about different understudies Goals: make inquiries about others whereabouts get " mystery " data to explain the riddle discover the executioner! Abilities: question development, coherent thinking, listening & talking

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Becoming an Art Critic … .. Workmanship pundits help viewers translate and judge fine arts to build importance from them. Show test fine art illustrative of current historical center displays. Consider the accompanying inquiries before setting off to a workmanship exhibition hall. 1. Portrayal: What do I see? 2. Elucidation: What is the work of art about? 3. Judgment: Is it a decent work of art?

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Au revoir Kentucky! Kristina Dixon & Mary Klaus SETESOL 2007

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