Bells and Whistles: Elementary Curriculum Supplements
This paper presents the idea of a “tool kit” that supplements curricula in an elementary school setting. It looks into what instructional strategies benefit ELL learners and how some of those same strategies can help further develop all students’ skills. It is an all-encompassing guide that enhances lessons, activities, and assessments by taking the learning styles of the students as well as research-based best practices into consideration. With each “tool” that is recommended I explain what it is, why it could be used, when it would be most appropriate to be used, and then examples of how to implement it. Educators can use this paper as a resource that will complement the instruction that is already being used and provide new ideas about instructional strategies that could be implemented for the first time.
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