The Four Domains

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The Four Domains
Michelle Williams
ELL240: Linguistically & Culturally Diverse Learners
Instructor: Amy Breitenbucher
July 1, 2014

When working with student’s within the four domains of English Language Development (ELD) it is vital to begin by creating a safe learning environment where students can make mistakes without ridicule, embarrassment, or backlash. This will make students comfortable and at ease with a clear mind ready and engaged to learn.
There are many strategies to teaching ELD, with each strategy belonging to one of the four domains; reading, writing, listening, and speaking. I will discuss several strategies, assign each to a domain, justify the effectiveness in its domain, and when each strategy should be used.
Effective instructional strategies utilized to facilitate ELD. * Using visual and graphic organizers
This strategy, I believe, is best used in the domain of writing, because of the ability it has to aid students in logically organizing their material resulting in effectively communicating their thoughts. This strategy can be used anytime during the learning process. This is a great strategy for early ELL’s as well as long-term English learner.
Graphic and visual organizers can assist with the progress of student’s by aiding them in identifying focus areas in a topic that is extensive, such as books or published documents. Graphic and visual organizers aid each student to arrange thinking and find relations between topics. They work as an instructional object aiding students to better organize their writing and thought processes. This strategy also makes it easier for students to brainstorm and can increase reading comprehension. (V. Bell) * Guided Interaction
This strategy is great for all four domains and is best to start with early ELL’s, but can also be adapted to function appropriately for long-term English…...

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