“My high school class is comprised of students from a variety of non-English speaking countries. Not only are they ELL students, most are profoundly deaf. American Sign Language and English is their second or third language. Their struggle to learn English impacts their reading comprehension, writing ability and expressive and receptive language. My lessons need to be clear and concise. The power points and videos on GrammarFlip have helped my students to see the relationship of the words and help them develop their language skills. Usually we begin class using the smart board to practice a specific grammatical skill. Then some students prefer to work independently using sentences from GrammarFlip. Some students prefer to remain in our group lesson and work on the skills together. I have noticed that my students enjoy writing now and have improved their confidence. Their sentence structure has expanded and as a result their Lexile levels have improved because they are now willing to take more risks with their reading and comprehension scores have improved.”
Willie Ross School for the Deaf, Massachusetts
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