Bilingualism is one of the factors that teachers need to take into account when working with the ELL student’s, because we plan instruction to build their language skills that will be used in class. Meanwhile, we need to help our students... ... middle of paper ... ...he most important aspect is to trust and understand the family background, as it can help enrich the relationship between home and school. Teachers have learned through FKT to view their students in a positive and prosperous way. Seeing them as cognitively, socially, and culturally capable of offering abilities, skills and knowledge to all those around them. It is going to be extremely important to get the student’s parents involved in their education, and have teachers to create a working relationship with them.
By using TT as a learning resource, teacher hopes the student can notice the target language input given, negotiate the meaning, and practice the language by responding the teacher’s instructions. Through this way, students are expected to be facilitated and have a big chance to be active in teaching and learning process so that they can improve their knowledge about l... ... middle of paper ... ...ions of using code switching in FL teaching of eleventh grade students of SMA N 1 Ponorogo in the Academic Year of 2013/2014. 4. The Significances of Research The result of the study is expected to the beneficial for: 1. Students This study is expected to give students an awareness of increasing their language acquisition by using code switching.
As our nation shifts towards a more culturally diverse population both educators and families have to find a common ground to ensure that English Language Learners are academically successful. All stakeholders must carefully consider the social cultural impact on an ELL education. The process of raising bilingual learners take more than a language a school and a language learned at home. The transition must have a purpose and a goal. Collaborative Practices of English Language Learners and Schools Educating a student takes a massive amount of collaboration between schools, communities and families.
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Introduction English Language Learners (hereafter referred to as ELLs) currently comprise 10% of the total school population in the United States (National Center for Education Statistics, 2005). It is a population that is going to continue to increase in American public education and their specific needs for learning literacy are of great importance to teachers. Since schools and teachers are increasingly judged based upon the academic achievement of students, then the success of the growing population of ELLs is going to be increasingly important. In the present paper the role of the teacher and specific research-based literacy strategies for ELLs is investigated. Teacher’s role In a research article by Yoon (2007), the question of the teacher’s pedagogical approach in relation to ELLs participation in the classroom was investigated.
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Culturally relevant teachers must use students’ cultural knowledge to assist them in teaching the curriculum. U... ... middle of paper ... ...sharing personal stories create acceptance among students and strengthen relationships (p. 111). The stories bridge the cultural gap between students of different cultures, increase listening skills, enhance self-reflections, and improve interactions between students. Storytelling also improves connections and relationships so students will stop segregating themselves in their culture group. Storytelling helps student engagement, creates new ways of communicating, helps students look at ideas in a different way, and changes their attitudes toward others.
Also when communicating objectives to parents, they are able to understand and get engaged in what their children are learning. Connect the learning objectives to previous and future learning: this is important because in this way students are able to connect the current objective to what they have already learned and how can they apply what they are learning to future lessons. Engage students in setting personal learning objectives: by permitting students to personalize the learning objectives can increase their m... ... middle of paper ... ... own learning and to give and receive feedback from peers. It helps them develop skills they will need not only in their school life, but in college and their workplace. 2 Questions: 1.