Evidence Based Planning to Improve English Learners’ Language Proficiency and Academic Achievement

January 10 - 11, 2014

Bangkok, Thailand

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Shades of meaning

Connectors steps

Hilary Ford

International School Brunei, Brunei

Think, Pair, Share

Differentiation Strategies

Diana C. Andonegui

Ruamrudee International School, Thailand

Funnel - Big idea, then concepts and don’t sweat the small stuff

Most important to use SAME curriculum with good instruction which includes scaffolding and differentiation

Lynn Xie

Yew Chung International School, China

6 principles

Scaffolding strategies

Strategies specific for writing

Caroline Bedwell

Early Learning Center, Thailand