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From this, you can see the great importance BCIS places on supporting non-native English speakers with their language studies. As students progress through school, the demands on their language skills increase exponentially. They will need to understand more and more complex ideas, and will need to be able to express themselves in an increasingly sophisticated way. In a Visual Arts exhibition, for instance, students are not just expected to produce creative works of art to show to their parents and peers, but also need to be able to stand by their work and explain their motivation, their method and whether they feel this was successful. This requires not only an eclectic vocabulary and knowledge of sentence structure, but also a strong confidence in English; a willingness and ability to express one’s ideas effectively. This why laying the foundation of English ability both in the ECC and Elementary School is of crucial importance.
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“Students receive ELL support through a combination of pullout lessons and in-class support. Pullout lessons are taught to small groups of students with similar needs. During these lessons, explicit language instruction is given in the context of what students are studying in their homerooms, allowing them to make connections with the grade-level curriculum. For example, if students need to learn about conjugating verbs in the past tense, this might occur through recount writing or another genre that the grade level is studying at that time. In-class support includes the ELL teacher working 1 to 1 with a student, in small groups, co-teaching with the homeroom teacher, or parallel teaching. Planning for both pullout and in-class lessons is in collaboration with the homeroom teachers.”
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As part of our pedagogy, LoveKids teachers dramatize different components of the English paper, such as comprehension excerpts or a plot for composition. Likewise, students are also required to participate in a drama activity based on the lesson at the end of every class. Primary One students are eased into a fun and relaxing environment where drama is used to visualise and learn. This weekly exercise of creativity and exposure to performance allows them to grow in self-awareness and confidence.