recommendation categories. Visit the Learning Activity
Types wiki to download the complete ESOL strategies
Strategies for Success, An Example
Strategies that assist ELLs’ learning are familiar to teachers,
but their importance to students’ academic success is not
often addressed. Using these strategies intentionally can
help improve learning for both ELL and non-ELL students.
The ESOL Teaching Strategies Taxonomy, used in conjunction with one or more curriculum-based learning activity
types taxonomies, can help teachers to address ELLs’ language development and all students’ curricular learning
needs while integrating use of educational technologies
—Marcela van Olphen ( Marcela.VanOlphen@saintleo.edu) is an
associate professor of Spanish and Portuguese in the School of Arts
& Sciences at Saint Leo University. Mark Hofer ( firstname.lastname@example.org)
and Judi Harris ( email@example.com) are faculty members in the
Curriculum and Educational Technology program at the College
of William & Mary.
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