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The next one to present her essay is Ella. Ella, I am very impressed with your growth. Let's hear it!
...and then he runs to see her mother, and everybody is happy. Nothing could make this night more good...
Ella, I am so proud of you! Your English has really improved! Even though you have made a few errors, this time there are only a few! This time, your tenses are all correct - we will review degrees of comparison, correct a few mistakes and it will be ready to be published! Excellent job, Ella!
Ella is an ELL student who just started coming to Mrs. J's classroom full time after being in an Intensive English program. She still makes grammar mistakes, but her writing has greatly improved
As Ella reads her essay, she makes grammar mistakes and a few errors, but in general her writing has greatly improved. As she sees her teacher's excitement and support, Ella presents her essay with more and more confidence.
Mrs. J gives Ella positive feedback, stressing how much Ella's writing has improved. At the same time, Mrs. J is willing to sit down with Ella and review her work together, paying attention to a few errors. Ella looks happy and is encouraged to work hard and see her work pay off
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