January 13, 2013

Do You Amplify?

Take these quick self-assessments to help you reflect on practical things you can do every day to amplify your instruction for ELLs.

These tried and true techniques don’t require extra work or planning, but they will result in your students comprehending more of the lesson and becoming more confident and willing to participate.  What's more, YOU will know you differentiated to meet their needs!

Quiz 1: My Speech and Behavior

Quiz 2: My Instructional Strategies

How did you score?  For ideas about how to adapt your teaching for ELLs, visit this post for amplification strategies, these posts for ideas on maximizing the use of anchor charts and graphic organizers in your classroom, and this post for tips on designing thematic instruction.

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