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TinyEYE: Supporting English as a Second Language in the Classroom

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Speech Therapy Telepractice

"There are hundreds of languages in the world, but a smile speaks them all."

Hi Everyone,

Communities are experiencing increased diversity in regards to new people, languages, and cultures. Furthermore, cultures that have already been in the community for generations may continue to maintain their first language, which might not be English. In addition, some families are fluent in more than one language and speak to their children in both languages. As a result, teachers find that they are welcoming children who may have moved from a far away land or who speak a language other than English.

I have attached a brief video and an article that offer information and strategies for supporting students and their families. In the spirit of learning, please feel free to share your ideas and experiences so I can post them for others to read.

Article: New Culture, New Language-Strategies


If a school district in your area needs Speech-Language Pathologists, please let me know by email as we at TinyEYE can help!

Marnee Brick, Speech-Language Pathologist, TinyEYE.com

Marnee Brick, Speech-Language Pathologist, TinyEYE.com

Marnee Brick, MSc
Speech-Language Pathologist and Director of of Speech Therapy
TinyEYE Therapy Services (Speech Therapy Telepractice)

http://www.TinyEYE.com-Online Speech Therapy Telepractice

How To Start and Build Your Own Private Speech Therapy Practice!

Topics: TinyEYE, Speech-Language Pathology, Marnee Brick, Supporting English as Second Language, Speech Therapy Telepractice, Telespeech, ESL, Online Speech Therapy, Special Education



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