Using Kagan structures is an effective way to reach all students, including ELL kids. Using these structures is one way to help get all students actively engaged in the content. Here’s a resource for the basic five for beginners if you are new to Kagan.
This is a method we’re using school wide for pre-teaching Tier 2 vocabulary.
At this link, you have parent resources and reports and how to unpack the 2016 ACCESS scores. Being new to a WIDA state, I found this resource helpful.
Welcome to my first blog post! As I continue to research and learn, I will share literacy help and resources for teaching ELL students, relevant current topics to this field, and because I’m serving in two schools as an ESL Literacy Coach in Kentucky, I will be posting resources for regular education teachers serving all content areas.