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Suzanne - posted on 11/13/2008 ( 4 moms have responded )

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I am a former 1st grade teacher who is now an ESL teacher for grades K-3. I teach in Southern NJ.

Suzanne

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Maggie - posted on 11/14/2008

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Hi Suzanne - I'm in a large public school with 28 ELL students - mostly K & 1st, a couple in 2nd & 3rd and a couple in 5th. Mine are a very diverse group from countries like Brazil, Japan, India, China, Sweden, etc. I absolutely LOVE my job! I especially love when a zero English student gets it!

Suzanne - posted on 11/14/2008

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Hi Maggie. We are a small school district. I have 10 Kindergarteners. 9 Spanish, 1 French. 2 1st graders, 2 3rd graders all of these children are Spanish.

I LOVE the kindergarteners. I thought it was going to be tough but they're great. We call the students ELL's also. But our program is called ESL. So how about your group?

Maggie - posted on 11/14/2008

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Hi Suzanne - Great to meet someone else who teaches ESL kids (grades K-5) - we call it ELL here in Southeastern Michigan. We have a diverse group - how about you? I'd love to hear about your experiences as an ESL teacher.

Maggie

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I taught first for 8 years..Im now in early intervention with Infants and Toddlers. Got burned out with the little grade schoolers.

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