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Advice for Mainstream Teachers Working with LEP Students. Vanessa Esquivel. www.pbs.org/wholechild/spanish/ parents/diversity.html. LEP Students. Limited English Proficient Perceived as low academic achievers Language is not their only barrier Silent Period Affective Filter Culture Shock.

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advice for mainstream teachers working with lep students

Advice for Mainstream Teachers Working with LEP Students

Vanessa Esquivel

www.pbs.org/wholechild/spanish/ parents/diversity.html

lep students
LEP Students
  • Limited English Proficient
  • Perceived as low academic achievers
  • Language is not their only barrier
  • Silent Period
  • Affective Filter
  • Culture Shock
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Factors Affecting LEP Students

  • Age of Arrival in U.S.
  • Educational background
  • Native Language
  • Reasons for Immigrating
  • Mobility Factor
  • Race/Ethnicity
  • Immigration Status
  • Gender
  • Physical and Mental Health
  • Economic Resources

www.holycross.edu/about/ diversity.htm

esl tips for the classroom teachers
Low anxiety environment.

Accept errors

Use realia and visuals.

Use simple language.

Hands-on activities.

Build on prior knowledge.

Use TPR

Modify and Accommodate

Respect Silent Period

Model

Learn about student’s cultural background.

ESL Tips for the Classroom Teachers

www.limitstogrowth.org/

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Bibliography
  • http://images.google.com/images
  • www.limitstogrowth.org
  • www.holycross.edu/about/ diversity.htm
  • www.pbs.org/wholechild/spanish/ parents/diversity.html