Remedial Plan for Weak Students in English
This Remedial Plan is Effective for Weak Students. It focuses on different areas of weakness and helps the teacher decide a suggested solution.
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Promote Native Language Use Days
Admin, Teachers, Parents
Utilize a language teacher or tutor to encourageuse of a students native language in theclassroom for the day
This will aid students to make sure they do not have gaps in theiroriginal language and cognitive development. ESL students whoneglect their native language can suffer from issues of identityloss or alienation from their family and culture.
In students language classrooms
During students language artssessions or ESL sessions
Have lessons or days where students areencouraged to utilize their nativelanguage.
Parents can make sure references areavailable to aid in proper languageuse
Students would be encouraged to read commonliterature in their native language to be able todiscuss
Have parents come in to the class and holdworkshops for the school where they can discusstheir experiences from their home countries.
Develop Multicultural Curriculum
Admin, Department Chairs, Curriculum Team
Integrate multicultural learning into music, arts,history, geography and other subjects that willdevelop linguistically diverse students
All students in the class develop pride in their origins and are encouraged tostduy and share them. They gain a greater understanding of world cultures andworld geography. Students from diverse backgrounds develop pride in theirheritage. When they see their native cultures and languages being studied in themainstream classroom, they feel validated.
In the main stream classroom,ESL classroom, and school wide
During regular class time, aroundprominent holidays, Model UNdays
Incorporate resources and materials in allsubjects and skills routinely taught inschool
Classrooms can display pictures,books, labels and other culturalinformation
Duplicate signs in languagesfrom various cultures
Display a list of school employees andstudents and what languages theyspeak
Teachers can learn a few key words,phrases or numbers in otherlanguages
Bully Free Enviornment
The ESL Teacher, Counselors,Other Classroom Teachers
Awareness to the school community that theadmin, teachers, and students are informed ofwhat is bullying and measures that will be taken tostop it
In the classrooms have discussions on how toidentify a bully and what to do when you see asituation occurring. Explain how and who to reportit to.
Keep a watchful eye on students during class,breaks, lunch and make them aware of what ishappening in their environment
Teach strategies on how to stand up to a bully, also how toreport a situation if you see one occur, hold communityawareness days at the school to make students fully aware of theschools stance on bullying
Meet the Social and Cultural Needs
Teachers, counselors, tutors,parent coordinators
Train staff in cross cultural communicationand let them know services are available tothem
Build relationships with ELL families andencourage parents to be proactive and involvedin their students education
It is important to make sure students feelsupported by the school, community and alsothat their families feel the same way
In the classroom and at schooland community run events
A parent community network can be established by reaching outto mainstream and ELL families to sponsor events and includesome cultural norms such as food or music in the event forexample a first day of school community cookout.
Establish an Atmosphere of Acceptance
Teachers, classroom volunteers, older mentorstudents and peers that also speak a studentsnative language
Prepare main stream students to welcome ESL students into theclassroom and accept them, Help mainstream studentsunderstand cultural and language barriers they may face with thisstudent and how to pronounce their names properly
Developing relationships with peers is great for ELL students whomay feel like an outsider in the classroom. Feeling supported byclassmates and becoming comfortable with their environment willhelp students control their anxiety and allow them to focus onlearning.
During all school hours in the classroom
Before the students arrival to school, on the firstday of school, and follow up throughout theschool year
Providing encouragement and praise as to whatmainstream students can to do welcome the ELLstudent
Promote a comfortable confident environment forthe ELL student by not calling on them toperform in front of the entire class until they arecomfortable
Have a welcome letter to the student in theirnative language explaining classroom rules andpolicies.