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Tags: english language program, alabama code, verbal test
Oh there has there had an increase in number from the English ___ language program who have been referred by ___ services and it very important that we administer ___ that that is unbiased and fair for children who may have lined with and culture various according to the Alabama code ___ required to test student his native language this is not always possible the primary alternatively is remove language verbal and to administered non verbal test to provide a fair and bias evaluation most authorities agreed that the following practice should be considered the test should be a measure of general ___ not a measure of selective non verbal
by Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab
Tags: better success, language program, going home
Hi this is Randall. I know my comment(?) today. Might not apply to every one but it should applied(?) to students who are in that particular language program and they have received assignments to do for homework all too often students go home and do their homework but back in my opinion probably the last place you want to go in other words in many schools and in the school that I work. We provide after steady hours where teachers can stay with students for about two hours and students can call do homework there. So instead I'm going home and doing your homework and perhaps missing in making mistakes try(?) to find opportunities in your old school or you can stay after school work with teachers find out your problems and get things right and go home and enjoy your evening this leads to Better success.
by Randall's ESL Cyber Listening Lab
Tags: level students, language program, grammar
Randall here. Sometimes, students want to jump from level 2 to level 4 in a language program that is divided into levels. Let's say moving from level 2 grammar to level 4 grammar, feeling that by moving to a higher level they can progress quicker. However, I find several problems with this scenario. No. 1 many students who try to jump a level or skip a level often are missing important information from the level they skipped, and this causes and creates a lot of gaps because grammar is built on one concept after another. Number two most students want to study with others at the same or higher level, and they often feel held back if they have to study with lower level students and no. 3, as a teacher, if everyone's at the same level, I can progress and teach much faster.
by CNLC's phlog
Tags: VILC, internet language programs,
Hi Panayota here and I work at Carlton Neighbourhood Learning Centre. I teach an ESL level 3 class for this semester has being used ___. So access to the internet has been very useful. Generally I access the main new sites ABC news age(?) the ___. And I find that I can use the information there or images to add to class discussion or I might like to follow a link to other relevant information. It's very immediate and it's a very useful tool in the classroom. The other thing I will also like to use is the online language program VILC which provides news items in a summary form often use the news in the ED(?) news
Hello Jill here. Late at night. I should be going to bed but I just want to phone blog right now to check that our channel is working and I ask that you reflect on our programs by the phone using iPadio because it's really simple to use, and the question that we're asking is how has your teaching changed since we've had internet and the computer data projector in the classroom and the portable. Not very long now and I guess I would answer in the first instance that I discovered a website ELLLO for heaps of listening tasks in the classroom which we can do together with the whole group and I found