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Lesson Plans


Cheryl regading ESL

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Rodney and Barbara Boville (rboville)
Mon, 22 Feb 1999 16:47:42 -0600


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Golly, this sure sounds like a strange idea encouraged by your system, =
not totally wholesome I may add. I do work with a very big population of =
ESL and new to the country, but never self-contained. I would =
investigate having access to an interpreter. However, working without an =
interpreter, I have found that the instruction of the arts to be so very =
visualand the students catch on so fast. I generally demo everything =
carefully step-by-step as far as procedure. I also have found that =
making an instruction sheet for procedure is very helpful(no words, just =
pictures)
Good luck! Barbara

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Golly, this sure sounds like a = strange idea=20 encouraged by your system, not totally wholesome I may add. I do work = with a=20 very big population of ESL and new to the country, but never = self-contained. I=20 would investigate having access to an interpreter. However, working = without an=20 interpreter, I have found that the instruction of the arts to be so very = visualand the students catch on so fast. I generally demo everything = carefully=20 step-by-step as far as procedure. I also have found that making an = instruction=20 sheet for procedure is very helpful(no words, just = pictures)
Good luck! = Barbara
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