Studentservices works closely with the School Counsellor and special needs Team. offers an intensiveseries of half hourly lessons each day English as a Second Language (esl). http://www.urambips.act.edu.au/studentservices.htm
Extractions: Student Services lllllll Specialist Staff School Canteen ... Medical Services Specialist Staff To assist our mainstream class teachers serve the needs of all Urambi students we have a number of specialist teaching staff. A weekly Special Needs Meeting is held among these specialist teachers and members of the Executive staff to discuss the special needs of individual students and to recommend future action. School Counsellor Urambi has a school counsellor as a part time member of staff, Our counsellor works directly with students, teachers and parents giving advice and assistance to students and groups of students who have special needs. These may be in the area of learning, social or behavioural adjustment. Parents are welcome to telephone the school to make an appointment with the counsellor to discuss any concerns about their children. Learning Advancement (LA) and Reading Recovery Urambi's specialist teacher in these areas works as a part time LA and part time Reading Recovery teacher.
Programs students are evaluated by the esl staff and which consists of private lessons, sectionalsand full contest, organization contests, parades, special events and http://www.ccsd146.k12.il.us/programs.htm
Extractions: Community Consolidated School District 146 offers a variety of programs to its students. Below you will find information about the programs offered through Special Services , and about our ORE and Band programs. Special Services Programs All disabled students between the ages of 3 and 15 who are the responsibility of School District 146 enjoy the rights and privileges equal to those of all other students in our district. It is the district's primary goal to help all students become contributing members of society, working and interacting together in an inclusionary process. While the district recognizes that there may be some students whose disabilities require that their needs be met outside of the district's schools, the district attempts to include disabled students, to the fullest extent possible, in the educational environment they would be in if they had no disability. This practice is referred to as "inclusion". However, inclusion is a philosophy, not a program. Each disabled student has an individualized educational program (IEP), designed to meet his or her individual needs. A full continuum of programs, support and services are available to meet each student's individual needs. The district also works with other agencies to ensure that all disabled students' needs are met.
Bridge Refugee Settlement Services paired with a refugee who has special needs (example vocational my student(s) speakEnglish only during our lessons? is an ongoing debate in the world of esl. http://www.korrnet.org/refugees/tutor.htm
Extractions: Bridge trains ESL volunteers who have committed to tutoring a new arrival as part of their church sponsorship team. We also train volunteers in the community who would like to be paired with a refugee who has special needs (example: vocational ESL for a specific job, Citizenship Test preparation, etc.). Bridge provides a six-hour training for all volunteer tutors, and then each tutor is "matched" with a learner whose schedule is compatible. The ESL Coordinator makes a preliminary assessment of the learner's proficiency and helps the tutor establish a base level. She will also introduce tutor and learner. Finally, our ESL Coordinator serves as a resource/technical support person throughout the tutoring period. She performs the follow-up evaluations and intervenes if there are any problems. You are encouraged to contact her if you have any questions, problems or comments about your experience as a tutor.
Extractions: Courses Overview :: Quick Links :: Home Vancouver Campus Whistler Campus Junior Programs Courses Prices Photo Gallery Contact Us Jobs at Tamwood Information Request Form Enrollment Form Home About Tamwood Vancouver Campus Whistler Campus ... Prices Special English Programs for Adults: Vancouver Click here to view courses overview Minimum age: 19 8, 12, 16 or 24 weeks Students in this "COOP / Internship" programme develop specialized English language skills relating to their career field through a combination of English classes, a Job Skills Seminar and a period of full-time work training in a Canadian company. Work experience is usually unpaid although paid internships are available in special circumstances. Placements can be made in a number of fields including: banking, finance, accounting, media, fisheries, event management, travel, hospitality, IT and sales. International Business English 25 hours / week Intermediate to Advanced English Minimum age: 20 4 weeks The International Business English course is designed to give students the English skills they need to work effectively in today's global market place. English skills and vocabulary are developed through exercises, case studies, role plays and research on business topics including: I.T., finance, accounting, marketing, advertising, sales, negotiation, business practices, and cultural comparisons in business operations and structure.
SpecialPop2 of links to a wide variety of esl resource sites Trackstar, lessons for Language ArtsK6 special friendly resource - just for young people with special needs. http://www.kenton.k12.ky.us/tr/ec.htm
Extractions: English To Go Instant Lessons library: 100s of pre-planned lessons based on Reuters News stories with new lesson plans added each week. Search or browse the library, rate lessons, bookmark your favourites or add your own notes; Weekly Warmers: full archive of short activities, updated weekly; Anna Grammar: expert advice on the tough stuff, archived and updated weekly; Max Vocab: increase your vocab knowledge with Max Vocab. Interesting facts and entertaining information. All of these lessons and activities are sorted according to subject area and skills addressed by the lesson or activity. PIZZAZ People Interested in Zippy and Zany Zcribbling - An Online Resource since 1995 for
Resource Guide For ESL Teachers esl student. Karin's esl PartyLand activities for esl students andlessons for esl teachers. Suggested products. 101 Bright Ideas http://teachersplanet.com/special/esl.shtml
Extractions: Organizations Find more The best lesson plans, ideas and professional resources for ESL education are listed right here. The small globe icon indicates the Editor's Pick(s) for this category and the small apple icon indicates links to exclusive teachers planet.com articles and resource guides. American English Institute , University of Oregon - grammar and vocabulary exercises for ESL students, based on weekly Newsroom or WorldView Broadcasts by Turner Educational Services, Inc. EFL/ESL Teachers' Room - teacher training and workshops, classroom activities and handouts, and discussion forums. ESL a la carte: Deluxe Menu of Education Links - fun site of links for ESL teachers, based on a menu theme. ESL Teacher Connection - provides an open forum in which teachers of English as a Second Language can share their own successful class activities and lesson plans with other teachers. One World, One People: ESL Lessons, Games, Ideas and Links
Spl Needs Educ Lessons special needs Unit in pdf format. special Education Resources. The site hasteacher created lessons on many topics for all different age levels. http://www.cbv.ns.ca/cdrom/plans/spl_ed/lp_sped.htm
Extractions: Site Listings Lesson Plans Software Technical Help Multimedia Special Needs Arts and Crafts for Special People . This page has been designed to share art and craft projects that have been tried and tested with Special Needs students. Attention Deficit Disorder In The Classroom Federal Resource Center for Special Education (US Dept. of Education Office of Special Education and Rehabilitation Services. Site has information on the center plus many links by category for searching). National Center to Improve Practice in Special Education Through Technology, Media, and Materials (NCIP) Discussions on the use of technology for special education students, mailing list, forums and internet links pertaining to special education. Network for Improving Technology and Special Education Join with educators throughout the country who share a common desire to improve the use of technology with students who have disabilities. Pitsco's Launch to Special Education Resources
Extractions: developed at CMIS. For many years the school has catered, via its ESL program, for the needs of international students whose mother tongue is not English. We are currently planning for CMIS to broaden its program to include other special learning needs such as learning disabilities or special gifting. E.S.L. - English As A Second Language At C.M.I.S. we recognize the needs of those international students who do not have English as their mother tongue. To integrate, learn, and participate fully in class, it is essential that the children learn to master the English Language medium used at C.M.I.S. Special English language tuition (E.S.L) is offered for Elementary and Middle School students who need it (Grades 1 - 8). The basic ESL program involves separate language learning classes provided while the child is gradually integrated into their regular grade level class activities. This program allows the child one hour per day in English learning that is skills based and caters to the individual needs of each student. The lessons focus on :
Lesson Plans - ETNI CyberLibrary everythingesl.net contains esl lesson plans of Engish as a Secondlanguage students in grades K Englishto-Go - Instant lessons URL http//www USA http://www.etni.org.il/library/lessonplans.htm
Extractions: Description: An Internet site developed with the EFL teacher in Israel in mind. It includes task-based activates using the Internet and links to Internet site to support the themes of course books published by Eric Cohen Books, as well as links to professional educational articles relevant to the EFL teacher today. "The Dead Poets' Society" - film
Air Force Crossroads / Education esl) English Club.com EFL/esl web site designed for students and teachers which includesmany resources. English At Home This site has lessons, games, and even http://www.afcrossroads.com/education/esl.cfm
Extractions: : The appearance of hyperlinks does not constitute endorsement by the U.S. Air Force of this Web site or the information, products, or services contained therein. For other than authorized activities such as military exchanges and morale, welfare and recreation sites, the U.S. Air Force does not exercise any editorial control over the information you may find at these locations. Such links are provided consistent with the stated purpose of this DoD Web site.
Newspapers In Education SNOW Kids has information for special needs children and students share some of theirexperiences with Elijah http://nieonline.com/linksmenu.hbs?category=SPECIAL NEEDS
Extractions: Back to School Guide - Teachers Getting ready to go back to school can be as simple as reviewing what you've studied or taught, or as difficult as learning new skills to prepare you for a new class. This guide to teacher resources and lessons at the site will help you prepare for the new school year. Planning Your Courses Appropriate Teaching Materials
Extractions: Using the Internet to teach English for Special Purposes (ESP) - Writing Lesson for Business English One of the problems that faces many English as Second Language (read ESP, ESL, EFL, TEFL, TESOL, TOEFL etc.) teachers is that students expect the teacher to be incredibly knowledgeable about everything ! By using the methods below in the example lesson - actually you will probably need at least two lessons - you can give your students "real world" English in their specific field, help them improve their industrial jargon AND understand how companies in their sector express themselves in written English. You will also pick up quite a lot of useful materials that can be used in future lessons. It's quite a nice little exercise for everyone involved! The Internet offers some truly unique opportunities that can give teaching new impetus and be quite a lot of fun for the students. One of these new opportunities is the ability to translate an entire Internet page from English into a target language, or, vice-versa, translate from another language into English. This ability to translate from English into a target language is especially important in business English. Learners can quickly improve specific target vocabulary, improve writing style. Most importantly, ESP (English for Specific Purposes) students get a feel for how English is used in their applied field.
RockyMountainNews.com has not been diagnosed as a specialeducation student progress of the school's 81ESL students and to their other teachers are modifying lessons and homework so http://denver.rockymountainnews.com/teachers/index_2.shtml
Studtcheval Does not adapt lessons to account for linguistic diversity. Classroom climate. UsesIEP and/or consults with special education, reading or esl teachers. http://www.coe.usu.edu/seced/assessment/studtchfinaleval.htm
Extractions: Home Page Secondary Education Utah State University Department of Secondary Education Final Student Teaching Performance Report Name (Last/First/Middle)_ In this report, we evaluate this student's performance as a student teacher for the criteria listed under each principle. Indicators of the level of performance for each criteria are listed with a line between them. We have placed a mark on the line which represents the student teachers relative achievement of that criteria. KNOWLEDGE CONSTRUCTION: Understands central concepts and tools of inquiry to create learning experiences that make the material meaningful for students. Content knowledge Explains concepts accurately and clearly Explains lessons in shallow, confusing, or inaccurate terms Choices of content Uses appropriate content materials and tools of inquiry Shows lack of knowledge of the subject: uses inappropriate materials Student experiences Engages students in meaningful learning experiences where they can construct their own knowledge using a wide array of tasks and materials Delivers knowledge with no opportunities for student involvement Comments: LEARNER DEVELOPMENT: Understands how students learn and develop to provide opportunities that support their intellectual, social, and personal growth.
Special Needs classrooms differentiate instruction, adapting and modifying their lessons to meetthe needs of their If a student is identified with a special need, this http://www.taism.com/Program/specialneeds.htm
Extractions: T he A merican I nternational S chool o f M uscat P.O. Box 584 Telephone: +968 595 180 Azaiba Postal Code 130 Fax: +968 503 815 Sultanate of Oman e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org LATEST NEWS! TAISM Home Aims ... Dress Code Activities School Calendar After school Activities Swim School Sports ... pring Musical Communication Parent-School Student Council Newsletters Admissions ... Fees Personnel Administration Instructional Staff Job Opportunities Contact Us Sponsorship Patrons Fund Raising Special Needs TAISM serves students with a wide variety of academic needs. For that reason, class sizes are kept at an average of 14 and a maximum of 20 students. Given these low student-teacher ratios, a trained, experienced teacher is the person best able to address a student's specific learning challenges. Thus, TAISM is an inclusive school, with all students receiving services in a mainstream classroom. This approach is in line with the current best practices in United States schools. Every student can learn if given appropriate opportunities. Teachers in TAISM classrooms differentiate instruction, adapting and modifying their lessons to meet the needs of their students. TAISM also coordinates with specialists in the community to work in partnership - teacher, specialist, parents and students - to help all children succeed.
NIE.DallasNews.com SPEAKING OF LANGUAGE USING THE NEWSPAPER IN esl STUDIES This as many unfamiliar,new and engaging special days NEWS IN BLOOM (Grades 3-8) - lessons focus on http://nie.dallasnews.com/guide.shtml
Extractions: Classroom Subscriptions Curriculum Guides Newspaper Activities Online Lessons ... Contact Us Curriculum Guides Guides for all grade levels Elementary Guides Secondary Guides GUIDES FOR ALL GRADE LEVELS - This 68-page guide is a terrific way to link black history to today's news and information. Highlights outstanding black individuals in the fields of government, politics, civil rights, the arts, music, business, sports, medicine and more. CAREERS/LIFE SKILLS - Includes activities designed to enhance students' understanding of the connection between their individual needs and those of prospective employers. CELEBRATE THEATRE! - Activities encourage students to use newspapers to answer questions about 22 new or revival plays. Detailed lesson plans for " Cats ", "
School Programs String lessons and orchestra are also offered for two Director of Title I and ESLPHONE 984 Intensive special needs Centers (ISNC) are substantially separate http://quincy.k12.ma.us/shared_pages/elementarymain1.htm
Extractions: School Programs After School String Program Behavioral Growth and Development Business Partnerships Community Service Learning ... Week of the Young Child AFTER-SCHOOL STRING PROGRAM Lessons on violin, viola, and cello are offered to students in grades 1 through 5 after school throughout the school year. Students are given the opportunity to play in the orchestra and participate in string workshops at the QPS Saturday Conservatory. String lessons and orchestra are also offered for two weeks during the summer. Performances by the orchestra are held during the year. CONTACT: Music Department Head FEE: May Apply BEhavioral Growth and Development - ELEMENTARY Behavioral Growth and Development (BGD) is a substantially separate program for elementary students, grades 3 through 5, with social, emotional and/or behavioral issues that interfere with a successful full-time, general educational experience. This program is highly individualized, utilizing a wide range of behavior management techniques and strategies. Contact: Director of Special Education
The Literacy Web: ESL/EFL Resources mine of resources and lesson ideas for students. Second Language Resource featuresan esl library, interactive Real English Zone with cool, multimedia lessons. http://www.literacy.uconn.edu/eslhome.htm
Extractions: (ESL/EFL) Welcome to your classroom literacy web resource. Within these pages, you'll find easy access to a wide assortment of literacy ideas customized for classroom teachers of students who are learning English as a second language (ESL) or English as a foreign language (EFL). I've tried to keep the links on this page particular to this audience, but you will also find many other relevant literacy resources by visiting the Teachers homepage or by selecting a particular grade level from the left sidebar. Websites Bilingual Education from the National Education Association (NEA) gives an overview of the concept of bilingual education and a resource list of links. ESL Literacy Education from Northeast Georgia offers a newsletter of ESL news and resources, an ESL adult literacy e-mail forum sponsored by the National Institute for Literacy, answers to frequently asked questions, a searchable database of ERIC articles, and print and multimedia resources. ESL Magazine Online includes a section on feature articles and Christine Meloni's NetWorthy Column , a column that describes websites that can be used as tools ing the ESL classroom.
Maple Leaf Language Colleges - Seasonal with a two or fourweek esl Intensive Course Adventure Trip includes transportation,English lessons, and school special Program Notes Activities are subject to http://www.languagecanada.com/english/pinfo/season.htm
Extractions: Eurocentres Canada Youth Program has been created to provide international youth from all over the world with the opportunity to improve their English while directly experiencing the breathtaking natural beauty of Canada in a safe, culturally interactive atmosphere. Students are provided with quality English lessons in the morning and exciting afternoon activities. During their stay in Canada students will live with Canadian families who have been carefully selected for that particular student.