5 step action for promoting social inclusion ; understanding and mutual respect

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1. 5 step action plan for promoting social inclusion, understanding and mutual respect

1.1. step1: Embrace all diversity and bridge any cultural background

1.1.1. who: This applies to everyone in the school, the teachers, students administration and parents. Teachers and students will learn about and appreciate ELL students and give opportunity to participate and share their culture.

1.1.2. when: Throughout the school year, it should be an all year thing.

1.1.3. where: In the class and the entire school

1.1.4. why: Students and teachers will have opportunity to learn more about other culture, understand the uniqueness in different backgrounds and have respect to each other culture.

1.1.5. how: You will know the plan has worked out when students talk about their background, demonstrate understanding of other people's culture and background, when countries and cultures are celebrated in the school, like celebrating UN day which brings students, parents, teachers and administration together and they share cultural values or meal.

1.2. step2: Structure the class to be and inclusive environment with positive attitudes

1.2.1. who: Teachers model as students follow

1.2.2. when: At the beginning and throughout the school year

1.2.3. where: In the classroom

1.2.4. why: This is to make ELL students feel free and comfortable to communicate and try practicing English and have confidence in themselve even when they made mistake in their speech

1.2.5. how: You will know the plan worked out when everyone understands the instructions and information and share new ideas learnt from different background and students are aware of their :earning process, and when students show support and collaborate with other background in an inclusive environment.

1.3. step3: Respect and recognise student's native language

1.3.1. who: Teacher

1.3.2. when: At all time

1.3.3. where: In the classroom and extended to the homes of ELL students

1.3.4. why: To make ELL students know that their native language is not unimportant or not worth using but are able to see the important of other language and appreciate bilingualism.

1.3.5. how: You will know if the plan is successful if students are able to get first hand information on the culture of ELL students and the ELL students are able to work with other culture and participate in the class.

1.4. step4: Group and pair ELL with native English speakers

1.4.1. who: Teachers pair the students and students work simultaneously with each other

1.4.2. when: At every point in time during class hours especially during reading and writing

1.4.3. where: In the class

1.4.4. why: This practice gives students the opportunity to work together in groups or pairs and it promotes socialization and better understanding and encourage free interaction in English by ELL, and English speakers will as well learn from the ELL students.

1.4.5. how: You will know if the plan was successful when ELL students interact and socialize with English speakers and begin to demonstrate and speak English and feel comfortable in the English language.

1.5. step5: Use formative assessment

1.5.1. who: Teacher

1.5.2. when: During class

1.5.3. where: In the class

1.5.4. why: To monitor students learning and target area of instruction to see if students have clear understanding of the lesson

1.5.5. how: You will know your plan is successful when you simply ask students to thumb up or down and this will help show their understanding, you will also know your plan is successful if students are able to to share on thing they have learnt at the end of the class.