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FOR THE DISCUSSION FORUM:
Read Introduction of Tell Me How It Ends (p. 1-6).
Read Chapter 1 of Making Content Comprehensible for English Learners: The SIOP Model. Diaz-Rico, Chapter 4: Programming for ELs. Be prepared with 2-3 key points from the chapter that you would like to discuss.
Read chapter 1 of Zwiers-Building Academic Language
Watch the video “Don’t Insist on English” (linked in D2L )and come prepared to discuss your thoughts about the video’s message with the class.
Review the terms outlined in the Overview of Important Terms article and write 1-2 questions you have. ( No summary paragraph needed for this article). Article/Overview of Important Terms: ”
language acquisition – essential information”
Review the Introduction, Section 1, and Section 2 of the 2020 WIDA Standards publication. (Pages 1-21)
Write 1 paragraph or so for each item explaining what you feel are the most important things to take away from these readings. (So @ 5-6 paragraphs total.)
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