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From Micro to Macro: Strategies to Support Writing Growth in English Learners - Shared screen with speaker view
Alison Colbert
16:39
Sentence structure, using Tier 2/3 words, confusion about words with multiple meanings
Michaelle Muna
16:42
Students struggle with understanding how to change verb tenses.
Ana Segulin
16:42
The structure of writing from one Language may not be the same for the other
Daria Hall
16:42
Comprehension and grammar.
Angela Singer
16:43
Lack of confidence
Angela Wilson
16:43
Writing an introduction and conclusion, elaborating on evidence from the text
Myra Travis
16:43
different levels of fluency
Nadia de la Cruz
16:44
lack of motivation from students
Amanda Greene
16:59
I'm not sure what to expect and whether my expectations are too low or too high.
Jose Guerrero
17:15
Write complete sentences!
Ana Segulin
20:15
limited expertise to communicate at grade level
Myra Travis
20:17
limited ability becomes able to
Nadia de la Cruz
20:19
limited, express, engaged
Michaelle Muna
20:20
Limited ability, express ideas, grade appropriate, meaningful, high-frequency English,
Amanda Greene
20:27
grade-appropriate, limited vs. grade-appropriate, abstract
Alison Colbert
20:45
limited ability, highly familiar topics, concrete simple words
Wageha Soltan
23:32
Hello everyone - Wageha soltan from Canada
Ana Segulin
23:33
simple language- inconsistent verb tenses, repetition of and, and
Amanda Greene
23:35
uses two ways to signify dialogue
Alison Colbert
23:35
run on sentences, writes like he/she speaks
Angela Singer
23:38
incomplete sentences, incorrect verb tenses
Myra Travis
23:39
high frequency topics, school related, tier 1 language
Ana Segulin
24:05
Home language onomatopeia
Amanda Greene
25:49
great verb tense (few errors), some minor punctuation errors
Myra Travis
25:50
clear voice, more specific vocab, complex sentences
Angela Singer
26:01
Much more proficient in verb usage, complex sentence structures
Ana Segulin
26:02
There is a much better flow- verb tenses still inconsistent- much better organized
Angela Singer
28:18
Thank you for saying that!
Karli from Mentoring Minds
29:35
By the way, PDF slides will be linked in the email tomorrow along with the on-demand recording. 🤓
Daria Hall
32:10
I have helped EL students develop on the beginner level by providing word banks, sentence frames and starters, and pictures in conjunction with vocabulary words.
Michaelle Muna
32:12
One way I’ve helped EL students develop the paragraph level is with sentence frames/templates.
Angela Singer
32:14
One way I've helped EL students develop on the paragraph level is by using paragraph outlines.
Myra Travis
32:27
one way i've helped EL students develop on the word level is annotated notes and word maps
Alison Colbert
32:31
On way I've helped EL students develop on the sentences level is using sentence frames
Ana Segulin
32:32
making lists of things to include based on the topic so they would keep on the topic of the writing
Nadia de la Cruz
33:05
One way I've helped EL students develop sentences level is using sentence stems.
Angela Wilson
34:16
One way I've helped students develop paragraphs is using a "recipe" for the perfect paragraph. We have students analyze various examples to determine if it fits the recipe prior to having students write their own perfect paragraph.
Daria Hall
38:31
Awesome!
Amanda Greene
38:51
So glad I'm here.
Ana Segulin
51:27
Agree that the volume of new vocabulary is important for ELs
Michaelle Muna
51:47
I agree with using rubrics as a way to set expectations for writing prompts.
Ana Segulin
51:51
I am willing to try Hyperdocs to personalize instruction
Amanda Greene
52:02
I am willing to try the Google sites
Angela Wilson
52:03
Agree with using rubrics and word walls intentionally, willing to try HyperDocs
Antoinette Tucker
52:12
The rubrics help a lot with the students when writing
Angela Singer
52:15
I agree with focusing on a single goal when ELs are writing. I am willing to try one of the suggested digital tools.
Daria Hall
52:28
I agree that writing goes hand and hand with thinking. I am willing to try modify my rubric even more. The new would be the tiered sentence frames.
Amanda Greene
52:29
Didn't know about Jamboards
Myra Travis
52:38
agree with pretty much everything! great training, willing to try more specific and scaffolded rubrics, new- the quote- had never thought of writing as thinking. very cool.
Jose Guerrero
52:41
I am willing to try!
Alison Colbert
53:01
I agree that scaffolds need to be gradually released, willing to try hyper-docs, intentional word walls
Amanda Greene
01:01:16
yes
Myra Travis
01:01:17
👍
Michaelle Muna
01:01:18
Yes
Daria Hall
01:01:19
👍🏾
Ana Segulin
01:01:23
👍
Jose Guerrero
01:01:28
yes!
Myra Travis
01:01:39
👍
Ana Segulin
01:01:41
👍
Angela Wilson
01:01:42
👍🏻
Amanda Greene
01:01:43
yeppers!
Daria Hall
01:01:44
😁
Michaelle Muna
01:01:44
Yes!
Angela Singer
01:02:02
Great webinar! Lots of valuable information.
Daria Hall
01:02:07
Thank you!
Myra Travis
01:02:49
thank you!
Ana Segulin
01:02:57
Thank you!