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Using videos with adult English language learners

Using videos with adult English language learners

by Miriam Burt.

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Published by ERIC National Clearinghouse for ESL Literacy Education in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adult education -- Audio-visual aids.,
  • English language -- Study and teaching (Continuing education) -- Foreign speakers -- Audio-visual aids.,
  • Video tapes in education.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesERIC digest
    ContributionsNational Clearinghouse for ESL Literacy Education.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18296801M

    For young children who are English Language Learners (ELLs), the home language is the vehicle by which they are socialized into their families and communities. It is the medium that fosters their earliest and most enduring relationships, their initial ideas about how the world works, and their emerging sense of self and identity.   The population of English language learners (ELLs) in U.S. public schools is on the rise. Learn about the most effective ways to teach ELL students (or ESL students), how to create a welcoming classroom, and ways to promote family involvement. For many more resources, visit our bilingual sister site Colorín Colorado, which is specifically focused on how to help ELL students succeed in school.

      Making your own videos about your country, family or friends is a good way to introduce your students to authentic English and your culture. Video helps to raise a learner’s pragmatic awareness, that is, the importance of context in deciding the speaker’s intention.   3. Joey (From Friends) Learning English. Joey (a native English speaker) follows a beautiful woman into a beginner’s ESL class (English as a Second Language), and tells the teacher he is in the right place. Trying to impress the girl, he competes with beginning English learners to prove that his English is the best.

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Using videos with adult English language learners Download PDF EPUB FB2

Articles about learning, using and teaching the English language, including advice, tutorials, opinions and lesson plans from various authors and contributors. Articles cover topics from English grammar, spelling and punctuation, through to language teaching, career development, specialisations, and ideas and suggestions for the classroom.

Videos are a powerful tool in helping English language learners improve their language skills. They provide the learner with content, context, and language, and will play an increasing role in both classroom English-as-a-Second-Language instruction and self-study.

Regardless of the quality and sophistication of videos, whether they are in use in a classroom, in distance learning, or in a Cited by: 2. Adult English as a Second Language (ESL) learners have particular needs that differ from the needs of younger ESL learners.

This lesson provides teachers with grammar-related games and exercises. In this book, we focus on adult language learners in the hope of providing inspiration and ideas to English as a foreign language (EFL) and Eng- lish as a second language (ESL) teachers, teachers in training, and volunteers.

When choosing videos for elementary English learners, you want to stay away from clips that are difficult to understand.

Videos of people speaking too fast or using lots of slang and idioms will confuse your students, so it’s best to pick an ESL video that’s designed for beginners. Here you can find a wide range of practical resources to use in your adult and business are full lesson plans to choose from, covering different topics and themes, all organised according to the levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for languages (CEFR), as well as shorter activities to help your learners improve their English in engaging, motivating and.

Articles about learning, using and teaching the English language, including advice, tutorials, opinions and lesson plans from various authors and contributors. Articles cover topics from English grammar, spelling and punctuation, through to language teaching, career development, specialisations, and ideas and suggestions for the classroom.

The Practitioner Toolkit: Working with Adult English Language Learners is designed to give support to adult education and family literacy instructors who are new to serving adult English language learners and their families in rural, urban, and faith- and community-based programs.

Videos expose students to a variety of language and cultures Video offers unlimited opportunities to expose your students to different accents and dialects of English. When students travel, meet new people or start working they are likely to speak with people from all over the world – and that will probably be in English.

In this book, the author focuses on giving teachers methods of documenting and tracking the learning process of English learners. Highlights: The author discusses the four themes of learning a language: real language, integrated and whole language, a facilitating environment and a learning continuum.

(2) There is also language in each content area that English proficient students have mastered, but beginning ELLs have not yet learned, for example, microscope, thermometer, or ruler. (3) Often common English words may be used in a different specialized way in a content area, for example, table as a way to represent data.

The sentences are short and the language is quite simple. Although S. Hinton wrote the book inthe themes still seem contemporary to the lives of students throughout the world. From my experience the book works best with teenagers and young adults. The Giver by Lois Lowry. Choose a book that has been translated into English from your own language.

This will help with understanding and could also be of more interest and relevance to you. Take a look at this YouTube video for more help in deciding what books to choose.

"A picture is worth a thousand words." -- Unknown Though the origin of this popular adage is unclear, one thing is clear: using photos with English-Language Learners (ELLs) can be enormously effective in helping them learn far more than a thousand words -- and how to use them.

Usable images for lessons can be found online or teachers and students can take and use their own. Welcome to ESL Video. Free quizzes, lessons and online conversation classes for English language learners.

Although the text does not detail methods for teaching each language skill or cite specific problems encountered by adult English language learners, it does provide sufficient information for non-linguistically trained individuals to deal with daily concerns for this population group.

Teaching Adult English Language Learners. They can help students keep events in chronological order as they write summaries.

But most important of all, they can also provide comprehension support to English language learners (ELLs), helping them make connections and recognize patterns in a series or process.

For information and descriptions of current video series for adult English language learners, see the digest, Using Videos With Adult English Language Learners (Burt, ). Accessing Videos ESL programs with broadcast capability can arrange for broadcast through a local PBS station or a local access cable channel.

The 5 Best ESL Books for Adult Learners in Share Flipboard Email Print English as a Second Language. Kenneth Beare is an English as a Second Language (ESL) teacher and course developer with over three decades of teaching experience.

This book is another must-have for teachers who spice up their lesson plans. All English learners are also assessed using the Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System, or TELPAS.

This assessment measures the progress English learners are making in learning the English language. For information on the STAAR and TELPAS, visit the Information on State Assessments for English Learners web page. Colorín Colorado is pleased to present a rich library of video content focused on English language learners (ELLs), including classroom videos from schools around the country, professional development webcasts, and interviews with educators, administrators, researchers, and authors of children's and young adult literature.Here are my top tips for using books to learn English.

1. Read dual-language books Dual-language books (or ‘parallel texts’) are the same story written in two languages. They have your native language on one page and your target language on the other, so you can quickly check what a word means. 2. Read new children’s books.The goal of this discussion was to share participants’ successes and challenges in working with adolescent and adult English language learners who are beginning to attain literacy for the first time.

Gail Weinstein's book, Learners Lives as Curriculum Betsy Parish talked about a series of teacher training videos that show adult.