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Tutor profile: Kathleen C.

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Kathleen C.
Spanish and ESL Teacher
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Subject: Spanish

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What are the four modes of communication and what does this mean for language acquisition?

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The four modes of communication are speaking, reading, listening, and writing. It is important that language lessons and activities have students use all four modes of communication to gradually become fluent in the language.

Subject: English as a Second Language

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What are some strategies to help support English language learners?

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Some strategies for English language learners are providing sentence starters and pictures for them to understand the meaning of words.

Subject: Education

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What does differentiated instruction mean in terms of creating classroom lesson plans and why do we need to use it?

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Differentiated instruction means making modifications to lessons and activities to meet the individual needs of the students. This is important because if students have IEPs or 504 plans that require modifications, teachers need to know how to change these lessons so the students can be successful.

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