ESOL Strategies

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  • ELL Strategies
  • Oh, really? Yeay, please tell Ms. Cardo I say thank you.
  • Ms. Johanna!!! Good morning!
  • I'm trying...but I have to do a full story and I just have the beginning of it.
  • Good morning Claribel! How are you today? Are you working on your storyboard?
  • And that's great! For this storyboard, instead of YOU doing all 6 slides, Ms. Cardo allowed you, Miguel, and Luis to work as a group, so you are still working on one story, but each of you will create 2 slides.
  • ELL Strategies
  • I know I read it with you and I already looked for the translation of some of the words, but now I have to submit a brief summary of what the speech was about and I'm not sure how to start.
  • What about the speeches?
  • What about them?
  • ELL Strategies
  • Reading Class Ms. Versace Assignment: Write a brief summary of Patrick Henry and Benjamin Franklin's speeches Due: Tomorrow
  • Claribel, here is the Spanish version of the speeches.
  • Great! Thank you!
  • While in the media center, one of the ESOL students (Claribel) approached the ESOL IA (Ms. Johanna) in reference to one of her assignments for the English class.
  • ELL Strategies
  • Well, I gave her the Spanish version of the speeches, so right now she is working on the summaries.
  • Reading Class Ms. Versace Assignment: Write a brief summary of Patrick Henry and Benjamin Franklin's speeches Due: Tomorrow
  • I will!
  • How is she doing?
  • That's awesome! Thank you for doing that for her! Actually, It would be great if you can work with Claribel in your room, so she can finish the assignment that is due tomorrow.
  • Claribel is also concerned about another assignment, this one from her Reading class.
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  • So, let me see your work....... Oh wow, you are doing a great job!
  • Great! Now, remember that it has to be in your own words. You can use some words from the documents as a reference, but when you are writing the summary, it is like you are telling me or Ms. Versace what the speech is about, so we want to hear you talking. You get it?
  • Okay!
  • Rosetta Stone Progress Chart Luis - XX Claribel - XXXX José - X Miguel - XXXXX
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  • Okay, don't worry. I'll give you a Spanish translation of both Patrick Henry and Benjamin Franklin's speeches as a reference, so you can fully understand. You can start your summaries in English, if you get stuck, continue in Spanish and we work on translation later, okay?
  • Thank you! Having the Spanish version helped me a lot to really understand the message of the speeches.
  • At the beginning of the period, Ms. Johanna goes to the classroom to give Claribel the Spanish version of the speeches.
  • ELL Strategies
  • Rosetta Stone Progress Chart Luis - XX Claribel - XXXX José - X Miguel - XXXXX
  • ESOL
  • Like this?
  • Claribel, bring your work, let's go to my room to review and finish your assignment.
  • Ms. Versace and Ms. Johanna agree on a plan to help Claribel finish her assignment.
  • Sure! I can do that.
  • Okay!
  • Ms. Johanna works with Claribel in the ESOL classroom.
  • Exactly. So, if it works for you, imagine you are telling me what they were referring to in their speeches, and then you write it down.
  • I'll do that!
  • Yes! Yes! Yes! I know, is like we did last time. That first I told you in my words, and then I wrote it down. Right?
  • At the end of the period, Ms. Johanna made sure Claribel knows how to finish the assignment.
  • Now you got to make sure you finish the summary for the second speech tonight at home and turn it in tomorrow. Okay?
  • Thanks! You too!
  • That's perfect!
  • Of course, Ms. Johanna! Have a good one!
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