ELL Strategies: Digital Phrase Walls and Anchor Charts #TCEA #TechNotes

The following post originally appeared on TCEA’s TechNotes Blog! Be sure to check it out at http://www.tcea.org/technotes


“My principal wants me to use anchor charts, or at least, hang some on the walls” an experienced teacher told me recently. “I’m just not sure I get the value.” I immediately started to explain why anchor charts are so important, and then sputtered to a stop, like a car running out of gas, realizing that I could not articulate why they were beneficial. In this blog entry, let’s explore the benefits of anchor charts, phrase walls, and technology for use in English Language Learner (ELL) classrooms. Of course, these approaches work for monolingual classes as well.



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Character Traits. Available online at http://tinyurl.com/zlk9lwa on 05/2016

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