As regular readers know, I’m teaching a pilot support class for Long-Term English Language Learners – all their other teachers let me know a week in advance what they’re covering and what prior knowledge might be helpful, and do related lessons (see Update On The Pilot Class Providing Support To Long-Term ELLs I’ll Be Teaching Next Year).
Those prep lessons are easy for English and Social Sciences since I have already taught those classes.
They’re more difficult for Math and Science classes, though I always integrate a lot of science in my ELL English classes.
This week, students create models of plant and/or animal cells, and then presented them in their Biology class (after practicing in our class).
Here is a video of a few of their creations: