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Differentiated Instruction and the English Language Learner:

Title 2:
Best Practices to Use with Your Students K-12
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40 Minutes
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Nationally renowned expert on English Language Learners (ELL), Jo Gusman presents a powerful and compelling model to differentiate instruction in our nation’s culturally and linguistically diverse classrooms. Gusman outlines her Foundation-Framework-Tools model to help educators create effective language acquisition programs that meet No Child Left Behind (NCLB) requirements.

By popular demand, National Professional Resources has revised and updated the video, originally entitled Multiple Intelligences & the Second Language Learner. This revised edition, entitled Differentiated Instruction and the English Language Learner: Best Practices to Use With Your Students (K-12), showcases effective teachers, classrooms, and schools that use research-based theoretical frameworks such as Multiple Intelligences, Affective Filter, and Comprehensive Input to design successful language acquisition programs.

The DVD includes a Viewer’s Manual featuring valuable tools for creating effective language and literacy programs. It provides an array of activities, lesson planning frameworks, and ready-to-use blackline masters. Also included is a bibliography of useful videos, books, websites, and other valuable resources.

This complete staff development program touches on all aspects of the English Language Learner’s school life—from the first day of school, to daily classroom instruction, and after-school programs.

Audiences who have viewed this video will be able to:

  • Make informed decisions for program planning, curriculum development, and instruction using the Foundation-Framework-Tools model
  • Understand the impact that demographic shifts, policy, and compliance regulations have on educating English Language Learners
  • Implement practical techniques to better understand and address the unique needs of ELLs and their families
  • Lower the Affective Filter in order to create inclusive school/classroom environments
  • Increase active participation through research-based process, strategies, and skill development techniques
  • Access and apply important information from videos, books, websites, and other valuable resources

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This video from National Professional Resources features Jo Gusman, a national expert on teaching English language learner and bilingual students.The full video explains and demonstrates how to apply differentiated instruction techniques to better reach and teach students for whom English is not their first language in today's diverse classroom environment.For more information, see http://www.nprinc.com/ell/vell.htm
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