2020
DOI: 10.15760/nwjte.2020.15.1.6
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Abstract: This study examines a classroom simulation workshop designed for teacher candidates (TCs) to practice questioning strategies with English learners (ELs) at various English proficiency levels, through the lens of sociocultural theory. Data was collected from an assignment in an ESOL methods course consisting of questions that TCs prepared before the simulation, revised after the simulation, and responses to an open-ended questionnaire. Findings show that TCs made their questions comprehensible for beginner leve… Show more

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“…Additionally, the bilingual and monolingual English-speaking SLP GSs pointed out that TeachLivE moved them out of their comfort zone and provided them with the opportunity to practice with EL school-age student avatars at different language proficiency levels in a simulated classroom setting. This feature of TeachLivE is reported as a unique feature that provided better alternatives than real-life possibilities regarding their chances of meeting all three levels of ELs at the same time and working with a large group of students as opposed to working with individual students (Burr et al, 2015;Davies et al, 2020;Nutta et al, 2018).…”
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“…Additionally, the bilingual and monolingual English-speaking SLP GSs pointed out that TeachLivE moved them out of their comfort zone and provided them with the opportunity to practice with EL school-age student avatars at different language proficiency levels in a simulated classroom setting. This feature of TeachLivE is reported as a unique feature that provided better alternatives than real-life possibilities regarding their chances of meeting all three levels of ELs at the same time and working with a large group of students as opposed to working with individual students (Burr et al, 2015;Davies et al, 2020;Nutta et al, 2018).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The immediate feedback obtained with the use of Teach-LivE informs the performance of teachers or teacher candidates and allows them to modify and/or continue practicing their teaching skills. Although the benefits of TeachLivE in training preservice teachers have been discussed in the literature (Davies et al, 2020;Dieker et al, 2014aDieker et al, , 2014bGardner et al, 2019;Hudson et al, 2019;Towson et al, 2021), its use to increase the competencies of SLPs to work with ELs has not yet been researched.…”
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confidence: 99%
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