Teaching ESL Students Term Paper by hicaliber

Teaching ESL Students
This paper explores teaching methods for students of various English as a second language (ESL) levels.
# 93506 | 1,236 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2007 | US
Published on Mar 20, 2007 in Education (Curriculum) , Education (Teaching Methods)


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Description:

The paper relates that schools are not only seeing an increase in ESL students, they are also seeing how the transient lifestyle of migrant students impact their motivation and drive to succeed in school. The paper explains that the need for ideas and tools that will motivate students to try is necessary not only so they will continue learning, but also for the purpose of meeting state mandates. The paper provides a plan that addresses those needs. The lesson plan works at all grade levels and all levels of English to create an atmosphere of partnership and team work that will be valuable as the students progress in grade levels and ultimately out into the adult world.

Outline:
Introduction
Facts
How It Works
Conclusion

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Anderson-Inman, Lynne. (2001). Migrant ESL High School Students Succeed Using Networked Laptops.Learning & Leading with Technology.
  • ________ (2005). ESL Students Using ESLreadingsmart.com Exceed Peers on SAT Exam. Business Wire
  • Nes, Sandra (2001), Using Paired Reading to Help ESL Students Become Fluent and Accurate Readers. Reading Improvement.
  • Smith, Philip C. (2004). Pre-service teachers' attitudes regarding ESL students.Academic Exchange Quarterly

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