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Posted on February 26, 2018 3:24 am
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TaTaBy
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CT not accommodating for ESOL
I have a CT that is certified in teaching ESOL students, but I have never seen her accommodate anything for them. Most of the time I see her giving long complicated directions out the class, or giving them a laptop and letting them figure out what to do by themselves. I work with the ESOL students when I am there, but I am only there one day a week for half of the semester. How can I make sure these students are getting the support they need?
 
     
     
 
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Posted March 3, 2018 3:12 pm

Chelsea Navarro
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I definitely would work one on one with the ESOL students. If the ESOL students are seeking outside support (pull-out services), I would maybe talk to the pull-out teacher and ask her if there is anything you could do within the classroom to further reach these students. Then, I would proceed to relay the information obtained from that conversation to your CT. I would be very respectful as this is her classroom, and not yours. I think ESOL students can be frustrating for teachers and sometimes they may feel overwhelmed. Maybe you could even have a conversation with your CT about how you have noticed the ESOL students not making strides and you want to know what she suggests you work on with them.
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Solution 2
Posted February 26, 2018 4:43 am

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During independent work always monitor that student and assist them one on one whenever you can!
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