Anchor charts reflect the learning that is going on in a classroom. They might outline a classroom routine or procedure so that students can remember what to do. Or, they may review content vocabulary so that students can refer to these words in their speaking and writing. ELLs rely on these charts to help them remember what's expected of them. Anchor charts help orient ELLs in the unfamiliar language environment of the classroom.
|Even beginner students can be held accountable for classroom rules and routines. Simply point to the appropriate part of the diagram to remind students of the behavior you expect.|