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As most educators know, the Common Core State Standards provide little guidance for how teachers can assist their English-language learner students to meet them.To fill the gap, here's a short summary of the speaking and listening standards, along with a few ways that we attempt to meet them in our classrooms.After “speed-dating,” students meet in their groups for a few minutes to discuss their favorite poster and other conclusions, such as which disagreement they found most interesting.Then each group can give a very short report of their discussion.
The discussion time can vary between 1 to 10 minutes, depending on the learning task, and students should feel comfortable modifying their answers based on what others say in their group, including feedback on their original thinking or writing. There are many opportunities to have student groups prepare easel-size posters highlighting key points from a text that is read in class.
However, the idea of demonstrating “command” of formal English is going to be a tough hill to climb for many, if not most.
In that light, it's important to note what common core states about ELLs: “Teachers should recognize that it is possible to achieve the standards for reading and literature, writing and research, language development, and speaking and listening without manifesting native-like control of conventions and vocabulary.” So, how do we address these standards with our English-learners?
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