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Achieving the American Dream Preparing ESL Students for a New World. Lesli Gregory Becky Stewart Kelee Walker. The History Behind ESL. Explosion of Immigrants. 430,000 to 502,000 in 2000-2003 Mexico, China, Germany, and Italy 1 in 10 migrant graduated in 1960

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achieving the american dream preparing esl students for a new world

Achieving the American DreamPreparing ESL Students for a New World

Lesli Gregory

Becky Stewart

Kelee Walker

explosion of immigrants
Explosion of Immigrants
  • 430,000 to 502,000 in 2000-2003
  • Mexico, China, Germany, and Italy
  • 1 in 10 migrant graduated in 1960
  • Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA)
  • “Vic” Rivera
  • No Child Left Behind
teaching english through the world
Teaching English through the World
  • Learn English as we learn a foreign language
  • English as a Foreign Language (EFL)
learning environment
Learning Environment
  • Safety/security
  • Labels in the class
  • Visuals
  • Buddy system
teacher student relationship
Teacher/student relationship
  • Teacher-centered vs learner-centered
  • Scripted material
  • 8 teaching components
  • Student/student relationship
math 101
Math 101
  • Importance of communication
  • Math language
  • Step by step
reading 101
Reading 101
  • Scaffolding
  • Pre-reading
  • During reading
  • Post reading
conclusion
Conclusion
  • Real life application
  • Learner friendly environment
  • Teacher flexibility
  • Success for the students in the real world.
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