Why is important to help students build academic language skills? What are some strategies for building academic language skills from this topic that you will use in your classroom?

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Answer each question with 200 words.

  1. Why is important to help students build academic language skills? What are some strategies for building academic language skills from this topic that you will use in your classroom?
  2. What is the difference between effective praise and ineffective praise? How is praise the same or different than feedback? What were you more responsive to as a student – feedback or praise? Why?
  3. View the video Analyzing Texts: Overview of a Lesson Series. What did you notice about integrating a variety of ELA standards and strategies? Which practices are you likely to adopt? Why?https://www.teachingchannel.org/videos/analyzing-text-lesson
  4. Review the Class Profile (attached). List three observations or factors specific to this group of students that you think should be taken into consideration when determining content and instructional strategies? Explain your reasoning.
  5. What should teachers know about accommodations for students with disabilities? What types of accommodations are commonly used for students with disabilities? What are the teacher’s responsibilities for students with disabilities who use accommodations?
  6. Describe a scenario in which it would be appropriate to make instructional modifications. Discuss specific techniques for modifying instructional methods and materials.

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Parental Involvement Yes At grade level Med Yes Low No Med Yes At grade level Low No At grade level At grade level Med Yes One year below grade level At grade level Low No Arturo Yes Low SES Hispanic Male No Tier 2 RTI for Reading Grade level Bertie No Low SES Asian Female No None Grade level Beryl No Mid SES White Female No NOTE: School does not have gifted program Grade level Brandie No Low SES White Female No Tier 2 RTI for Math Grade level At grade level Dessie No Mid SES White Female No Tier 2 RTI for Math Grade level Grade level Diana Yes Low SES White Female No Tier 2 RTI for Reading Grade level One year below grade level Donnie No Mid SES African American Female No Hearing Aids Grade level Eduardo Yes Low SES Hispanic Male No Tier 2 RTI for Reading Grade level One year below grade level One year above grade level Two years above grade level © 2015. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. One year below grade level One year below grade level Internet Available at Home Math Performance Level Reading Performance Level Low Age At grade level Other No IEP/504 Med Gender At grade level Ethnicity Socio-economic Status English Language Learner Student Name Class Profile Enrique No Low SES Hispanic Fatma Yes Low SES Frances No Francesca No Mid SES Low SES Grade level One year above grade level Male No Tier 2 RTI for Reading White Female No Tier 2 RTI for Reading White Female No Diabetic White Female No None Tier 3 RTI for Reading and Math Grade level Grade level One year above grade level White Male Learning Disabled At grade level At grade level Low Yes At grade level Low No Grade level One year above grade level Low Yes At grade level At grade level Med Yes At grade level At grade level High No Two years below grade level One year below grade level Two years below grade level One year below grade level One year above grade level One year above grade level Very High No Low No High Yes Med Yes One year below grade level One year below grade level Internet Available at Home Parental Involvement Other None Math Performance Level IEP/504 No Reading Performance Level Gender Female Mid SES Age Ethnicity Socio-economic Status English Language Learner Student Name White No Emma Fredrick No Low SES Ines No Low SES Hispanic Female Learning Disabled Tier 2 RTI for Math Grade level Jade No Mid SES African American Female No None Grade level At grade level Kent No High SES White Male Emotionally Disabled None Grade level At grade level Lolita No Mid SES Native American/ Pacific Islander Female No None Grade level At grade level At grade level Med Yes Maria No Mid SES Hispanic Female No NOTE: School does not have gifted program Grade level At grade level Two years above grade level Low Yes © 2015. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. Parental Involvement At grade level Med No No None Grade level At grade level At grade level Med Yes No None Grade level One year above grade level At grade level Med Med No None Grade level At grade level At grade level Med Yes Male No Allergic to peanuts Grade level One year above grade level At grade level Med Yes White Male No None Grade level At grade level At grade level Med Yes Mid SES White Male No None Grade level At grade level Med Yes No High SES White Male Learning Disabled Tier 3 RTI for Math Grade level High Yes No Mid SES African American Male Learning Disabled Tier 3 RTI for Math Grade level Med Yes No Mid SES No NOTE: School does not have gifted program One year below grade level Low Yes Male No None Grade level Low SES Nick No Low SES White Male Noah No Low SES White Male Sharlene No Mid SES White Female Sophia No Mid SES White Female Stuart No Mid SES White Terrence No Mid SES Wade No Wayne Wendell Yung Asian Male One year below grade level One year below grade level Two years above grade level © 2015. Grand Canyon University. All Rights Reserved. One year above grade level Two years below grade level Two years below grade level Two years above grade level Internet Available at Home Math Performance Level None One year above grade level Age No Grade level Other Yes IEP/504 Med Gender At grade level Ethnicity Reading Performance Level Socio-economic Status English Language Learner Student Name At grade level White No Mason
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Running head: ACADEMIC LANGUAGE SKILLS

Academic Language Skills

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ACADEMIC LANGUAGE SKILLS

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Importance of building Academic skills
In any learning fraternity academic skills builds the students in the content area,
whenever faced with a challenge in an area of specialization. Students tend to use academic
skills in expressing their ideas and contents to the desired recipients. Any field that students
specialize on needs some knowhow of academia skills.
Improved reading comprehension involves analyzing of any script in any institutional
setup is more so rules determined by the level of understanding of the academic skills. In this,
we denote that the more conversant with the skills, the more comprehensive the person
becomes in terms of understanding what is undelivered in the comprehension or task given.
Proficiency owes its sources to academic skills. More specifically, students get a lot of
knowledge and proficiency in English by observing a lot of disciplines on academic skills.
Many careers are shaped through this, journalists and news anchor presenters are more
proficient in English because they learnt about academic skills that will enable them to present
themselves well and narrate news with coherent sequential manner. Language technicality
issues involves use of many questions with a lot of technicalities in comprehension, though the
question may seem simple, but understand and comprehending it to a more familiar way and
easy to understand as it owes its ability to academies skills.
The Growth and Progressiveness of the students learning shows that many students
have slow pace of learning, in this way teachers will get to know the rate at which different
student learn and be able to help- them by even giving extra coaching to slow learners
(Dennaoui, Nicholls, O’Connor, Tarasuik, Kvalsvig, & Goldfeld,2016).

ACADEMIC LANGUAGE SKILLS

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Strategies for building strong academic skills
In diverse reading, Students are encouraged on how to read from many angles of the
broad spectrum, reading, analyzing and thinking about the different genres helps in building a
robust learning capacity. Summarization enables Students to summarize everything that they
have read, and make point form so as to help them remember the main aspects and relate them
to the entire course of learning. Academic and social translation is an important aspect; the
students must be able to elaborate the academic texts into a more conversational language.
This involves things like paradox and how to interpret it using the daily language that
can be understo...


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