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Those with better reading comprehension ability perform with better translations. Correlation is significant at the 0. In addition, classes. On the base of the source text, identifying the vocabulary helps students in translation teachers can design some finding the most appropriate words, reading comprehension activities to help collocations, expressions, and terms to students understand deeply about the text, express in the translated text.
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Baltimore, MD: Minaya-Rowe in press. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press. Echevarria, J. Making content comprehensible for English language learners: The SIOP model. Needham Heights, MA: Very informative. I can easily implement these strategies into my lessons and my teaching.
I feel that they can be used with both ELLs and native speakers. Thanks a lot for the wonderful help you are providing us. This a great contribution to our success. Thank you very much. Great summarizing stuff that you take for granted, and helpful in terms of developing a process to make it an automated response! On this page Why reading comprehension skills are particularly important for ELLs Classroom strategies: Steps for explicitly teaching comprehension skills Other ideas.
Examples of comprehension skills that can be taught and applied to all reading situations include: Related Resources For more information, see our related articles and classroom videos: ELL Instruction Why reading comprehension skills are particularly important for ELLs ELL students will still need a lot of vocabulary development and teaching of comprehension strategies even if they: Here is a way of thinking about the support your ELLs will need: Classroom strategies: Steps for explicitly teaching comprehension skills The following steps are useful for all students.
Introduce the comprehension strategy or skill see above list through examples. Discuss how, when, where, and why the strategy or skills are used.
For example: Have students volunteer additional examples to contrast and discuss. Label, define, model, and explain the strategy or skill. For example, after listing four facts about a healthy diet and four opinions about what is good to eat, label one list as facts and the other list as opinions.
Give students opportunities to practice using the strategy with a peer as they apply it to a short, simple paragraph from a science text or any expository text. Debrief with the whole class to ask students to share how they applied the strategy or skill. Additional steps for ELLs Identify vocabulary words that you think might be difficult for students to understand when they read the text.
Model think-alouds. I better read this sentence again. I need to think about this. Let me rethink what was happening. Maybe I'll reread this. I'll read ahead for a moment.
Partner ELLs with more dominant English speakers and ask each student to take a turn reading and thinking aloud with short passages. After working with partners successfully, ask ELLs to practice independently by using a checklist such as the following. Be sure to explain all the terms and model each. While I was reading, how did I do?