English Language Learners in Preschool and Pre-K (2022)

Do you need help teaching English Language Learners in your classroom here in the U.S., or abroad? Having a multicultural classroom is a must in today’s day and age. Here you’ll find my best advice for teaching dual language learners in preschool, pre-k, or kindergarten classrooms.

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Tips for Working with English Language Learners

As early childhood teachers, almost everything we do in the classroom daily is conducive to learning the English language. Below you will find research-based information and my personal tips that will put your fears to rest and make your ESL students feel safe and comfortable in your classroom.

Common School Abbreviations for Teaching English to Dual or Multilingual Learners

Schools like to abbreviate often used terms, here are some of the most common ones used in the U.S.

  • Dual Language Learners (DLL)
  • English Language Learners (ELL)
  • Multilingual Early Learners (MEL)
  • English as a Second Language (ESL)

There are new abbreviations and terms being created by schools all the time, if you come across one that isn’t listed here leave me a comment below so I can update this list.

Your Role as a Preschool Teacher to Help Non-native English Speakers Feel Comfortable

Experienced ESL Teachers

I have two great passions in life, one is teaching young children in the early childhood classroom and the other is teaching English Language Learners. As an experienced ESL teacher of 20+ years, I’ve been fortunate to be able to work in both fields here in the U.S. and abroad.

New ESL Teachers

Often, I receive requests for help from teachers who are new to working with Second Language Learners. One of the most common misconceptions about any preschool program serving multilingual students is that you have to stop and change the way you do everything if you have non-native English speakers in your classroom – but nothing could be further from the truth.

Bilingual Teachers

What’s the difference between a Bilingual and an ESL teacher/classroom?

A bilingual teacher is one who speaks the native language of the students and teaches in that native language and in English too. How much English is spoken in a bilingual classroom depends on the program.

An ESL teacher is one who speaks English and teaches the students in English only.

In Texas, a bilingual classroom usually refers to Spanish speaking students and teachers, in other areas it is common to have bilingual classes for Vietnamese, Chinese, Korean, and many, many other languages. Research shows that it is better to learn in ones native language if possible.

Encouraging Native Language & Culture Within Your Preschool Classroom

Communicating with Multilingual Early Learners

How can I communicate with a child who doesn’t speak English?

Use hand gestures and facial expressionsto communicate, you will be surprised at how much you can convey with these alone.

Just like any other young child, ESL students will also pick up on your body language, so be relaxed and confident, smile often, and give the thumbs-up sign when things are going well.

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Speak clearly, enunciate your words, and avoid use of regional slang or colloquialisms.

What if My ELL Students Don’t Talk?

Help! My ESL students never talk, I don’t think they’re learning, what should I do?

Don’t worry, most ESL students will go through a “silent period” that can last anywhere from six weeks to three months or more. During this time your students are absorbing their new language and may be afraid of speaking and making a mistake. It’s very important that you, your colleagues, or the child’s classmates do not force young English Language Learners to speak during this time or punish them for not speaking, however lots of praise and encouragement often works wonders.

You can entice your ESL students into speaking through the use of props and music. What four year old doesn’t love speaking into a microphone and hearing his own voice or singing along to a song with big alligator puppet? By making English less scary and more fun, your ESL students will be talking a blue streak by the end of the year.

Preserving the Native Language and Encouraging Communication Between Other Students

I have several ESL students who all speak the same home language and they are always talking to each other in their native language, is this bad? Should I put a stop to it? How can they learn if they don’t speak English in my class?

Discouraging the use of the native language in the classroom or at home is counterproductive. Often, ESL students will discuss concepts they are learning in your classroom in their native language, thus improving comprehension.

We don’t want English to replace their native language, we want them to learn English as a Second Language. Banning their native language in the classroom will force ESL students to lose their identity and feel “bad” for speaking their native language- thus feeling bad about themselves and their culture.

Do I Need to Understand the Child’s Native Language?

Do I have to speak the student’s native language to be an ESL teacher?

No, this is a common misconception. An ESL teacher is an English teacher, ESL teachers do not need to speak the student’s native language to teach English. As an ESL teacher, I often have students who speak several different languages in my classroom at the same time and there is no way I could master all those languages in order to teach them English.

Why Don’t My Students Look Me In the Eye When I Speak to Them?

Why won’t my ELLs look me in the eye when I’m speaking to them?

In some cultures it is considered rude for a child to look an adult in the eyes. While it may seem strange to you, it is simply a cultural difference you will need to accept. Forcing a child to look you in the eye if they come from a culture where it’s not the norm will only confuse the child and frustrate you.

Which Language Should We Encourage Families to Speak at Home?

Sometimes parents mistakenly think they are helping their children by banning their native language in the home, forcing them to speak English only. However, this only results in children who have no native language or cultural identity which can lead to problems later in life.

Social Learning & Peer Interaction for Preschool & Kindergarten English Language Learners

My ESL students are extremely shy and never interact with any of their peers, what can I do?

The buddy system is a great way to help your ESL students adjust to their new classroom and school. Buddy your new student up with an English speaking classmate. The native English speaker acts as a shadow and a helper so you don’t have to worry about the new student getting lost on the way to the bathroom or wandering away during recess etc. Of course, you have to choose your native English speaking “buddy” carefully.

Communicating With Parents Who Don’t Speak English

How can I communicate with the parents of my ESL students? They don’t speak English!

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I feel that it’s as important to communicate with the parents of my ESL students as it is to communicate with the students themselves. In your weekly newsletter use lots of clipart for visuals and break the info up into small bites. Provide lots of real visuals at parent orientation and conferences. To explain that a backpack is required, I hold up an actual backpack, and for our “no flip-flop” policy I hold up a pair of real flip-flops and shake my head in the no motion and show a thumbs down sign.

Preschool Activities for Preschool and Pre-k Dual Language Learners

Using Visuals Cues With English Language Learners

My students just don’t understand me, it’s so frustrating for us both! Is there anything I can do to help my dual language learners understand what I’m trying to say?

Just like all young children, your dual language learners will benefit from the use of visuals and props to better understand words. For example, try using classroom rules with pictures and a visual daily schedule to provide visual cues.

When you sing songs try to use a prop or puppet. For example, when singing Five Green and Speckled Frogs, try to have five frog props (printed and glued to craft sticks, stuffed animals, or puppets) to help your young English Language Learners better understand the meaning of the words.

Oral Language Activities for ELLs

Word Wacker
For each theme I created a thematic word wall using Microsoft clip art. Just insert the clip art into a word document and size it to fit your needs, next print it out, cut, and glue the pictures to a poster board. I suggest laminating the poster board for durability. Cut out the middle of the fly swatter with scissors or an Exacto knife, the hole will act as a “frame” for the pictures on the word wall. Next, place the thematic word wall in your large group area and review the words daily with your class. We do our daily vocabulary review by playing a game I call “Word Whacker”. I have my “Leader of the Day” come to the front and choose either the fly swatter or the plastic microphone. The leader gives the other to a friend, whoever has the microphone is the “caller” and whoever has the fly swatter is the “whacker”. The caller calls out a word from the word wall and the whacker has to hit the correct picture with the fly swatter. I leave this game out during centers and they line up to play it. The picture above shows two of my students playing Word Whacker during center time.

Pass the Microphone Game

This game is super simple and a great oral language developer. I select a question to ask that is related to what we are learning about, for example I might ask “Do you like cookies?” after we read the story “If You Give a Mouse a Cookie”. I ask the question to my Leader of the Day into the plastic microphone, and the leader must answer “Yes, I like cookies” or “No, I don’t like cookies”; then he asks the question to the person sitting next to him. Every student gets a turn to ask and answer the question and the person who is very last gets to ask the teacher- they think this is great fun and always laugh no matter what my response. This game gives students practice in asking and answering questions, using complete sentences, and sentence structure. The later in the year it is the more complex the questions become. For example, the last week of school I ask the children “What will you do this summer?” which requires more knowledge and vocabulary to answer. We also play this game after every major vacation, Thanksgiving, Christmas, and spring break, it gives them a chance to get back into the routine of speaking English and to share, which all young children love to do.

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Second Language Learners and Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is a perfect example of the need for extra communication. This holiday causes great stress and grief in my classroom as it’s a holiday that most other countries don’t celebrate. The concept of little boxes of school Valentine cards is completely foreign to them. I stand outside the classroom door beginning a week or two before Valentine’s Day and hold up sample boxes of school Valentine cards. I also copy the front and back of several boxes as examples and send a short note home telling parents where to buy the cards and how to address them. I strongly suggest you buy several boxes of school Valentine cards at the after Valentine’s Day sales each year because there are always a few families who still don’t get it. Also, be prepared for students who bring in packages of cards for baby showers or birthday invitations because their parents just don’t understand the concept no matter how hard you tried. Always be accepting of these situations and never scold the child or demand the parent send in the correct cards. I save these cards and put them in my art center the following year rather than send them home and embarrass the family.

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FAQs

How do you teach ESL Preschoolers? ›

8 fun teaching methods for young learners
  1. Turn lessons into songs. ...
  2. Create visual diagrams to illustrate new vocabulary. ...
  3. Encourage mnemonic devices to memorize grammar rules. ...
  4. Weave in spontaneous or consistent dialogues throughout the lesson. ...
  5. Break up solitary study sessions with games. ...
  6. Review vocabulary through role playing.
7 Nov 2021

What do preschoolers learn in English? ›

In preschool, your child is starting to learn the fundamentals of reading and writing. Pre-kindergartners hear and understand language through conversations, stories, and songs. They also lay the groundwork for reading and writing as they explore books and other printed material.

Why is English important in early childhood education? ›

Learning the English language at an early age is essential for a child''s development. It helps them be more successful later in life and explore new cultures. Learning the English language also creates many opportunities for children, such as going on exchange programs or studying abroad.

How do you communicate with a child whose first language is not English? ›

Use gesture, pointing and objects to help the child understand. Encourage the children to do the same. Identify words you use often and repeat them, for example, toilet, lunch, book and home. Have pictures of these items displayed low down so children can point to them.

What is the best teaching method to teach English? ›

1. Communicative language teaching (CLT) This approach is probably now the most popular teaching model for English language teaching globally. In part because it aims to put students in a variety of real-life situations, so that they can learn how to use their language skills to communicate in the real world.

How do you engage children in ESL? ›

7 Useful Tips for Teaching ESL To Children
  1. Involve children in hands-on activities. ...
  2. Avoid talking for long periods of time. ...
  3. Children learn by interacting with each other and with the teacher. ...
  4. Review, Review, Review. ...
  5. Encourage students to correct themselves and other students. ...
  6. Use what is learned in different contexts.
17 Jun 2022

How does language develop in early childhood? ›

Language development starts with sounds and gestures, then words and sentences. You can support language development by talking a lot with your child, and responding when your child communicates. Reading books and sharing stories is good for language development.

Why is language arts important for preschoolers? ›

Language is the foundation for all social interactions, having problems to communicate can cause frustration both for you as a parent, but more importantly for your child. The development of language is strongly interdependent with, and supports, your child's brain development and cognitive development.

What are the importance of learning English language? ›

It is the language of science, aviation, computers, diplomacy and tourism. Last but not least, it is the language of international communication, the media and the internet. Whether it is for professional or personal reasons, understanding the importance of English will help you reach your goals.

What is the purpose of learning English at school level by our children? ›

Knowing English increases your chances of getting a good job in a multinational company within your home country or for finding work abroad. It's also the language of international communication, the media and the internet, so learning English is important for socialising and entertainment as well as work!

Why is English teaching important? ›

English crosses cultures, countries and industries. It's often used as a 'common tongue' if neither person is a native speaker. This means teaching people English can be truly rewarding: students of English have many new opportunities and doors open to them thanks to their skills.

How can I improve my child's English speaking skills? ›

7 Effective Ways To Improve Your Child's English
  1. Listening To Audio Books. Audiobooks are a great way to inculcate English in your child's everyday life. ...
  2. Keeping A Diary In English. ...
  3. Make Speaking Activities Fun. ...
  4. Videos. ...
  5. Apps. ...
  6. Pick Topics That Interest Your Children. ...
  7. Develop A Family Routine.
26 Jun 2021

How do you motivate students to speak English in class? ›

Ways to encourage more use of English in class
  1. Always present yourself as an English speaker, right from the start.
  2. Don't be tempted to lapse into the students' language to explain, regain control or reply to a question. ...
  3. Don't be tempted to slow down.

What strategies are used in teaching students in English class? ›

Teaching English is no easy feat.
...
5 Effective Strategies for English Teachers
  • Vocabulary building. This is an important component of any English class. ...
  • Writer's workshop. Have students participate in a writer's workshop several times each year. ...
  • Peer response and editing. ...
  • Cooperative learning. ...
  • Student-chosen texts.

Which approach is most appropriate in learning the English language? ›

The communicative approach is the best-known current approach to language teaching. Task-based teaching is a methodology associated with it. Other approaches include the cognitive-code approach, and the aural-oral approach (audiolingual method).

What should I teach English beginners? ›

Listen, read, write, look, stand up and sit down. Focusing on repeating the same words in your instructions means students with no experience with the English language will learn those words quickly, and understand better. You can also extend the concept of repetition to your classroom routine.

How do you support an ESL student in the classroom? ›

How can I support ELLs in my classroom?
  1. Provide a welcoming classroom environment. ...
  2. Know and include the student. ...
  3. Modify your speech. ...
  4. Provide opportunities for interaction. ...
  5. Support literacy development. ...
  6. Reading Instruction. ...
  7. Development of Writing Skills. ...
  8. Support ELLS in the content areas: Math, Social Studies, Science.

How do ELL students stay engaged? ›

Familiar. After reading a books to students allow them to reread it independently. Another way to provide ELLs with familiar text to reread is through reading short phrases and sentences for fluency. For a beginning reader, repeated reading of a text helps them to increase their reading fluency and vocabulary.

What strategies do teachers need to teach English in elementary? ›

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  • Speak Slowly—and Increase Your Wait Time. ...
  • Differentiate—and Use Multiple Modalities. ...
  • Incorporate Students' Native Languages—and Don't Be Afraid of Technology.
12 Apr 2019

What should a pre K 4 student know? ›

What Your Child Should Know by the End of Preschool
  • Identify name in print.
  • State first and last name.
  • Identify letters in name.
  • Sort objects by color, shape and size.
  • Understand sequencing (first, middle, last)
  • Rote count to 10.
  • Demonstrate one to one correspondence.
  • Count out objects from 1-5.

How do preschoolers learn best? ›

Young children learn through doing aka play

She says “We need to consider that young children learn in quite differently than adults. They learn by comparing physical experiences, by interactions with other people and their own feelings. And they learn an enormous amount through their imagination….

How do you assess Pre K students? ›

Methods of child assessment can be informal (conducting natural observations, collecting data and children's work for portfolios, using educator and teacher ratings) and formal (using assessment tools such as questionnaires and standardized testing).

What are some activities for language development? ›

Fun activities that help develop language learning in children
  • Word games. Expand your children's vocabulary with word games. ...
  • Jokes. Telling age-appropriate puns will also help foster good humour and creativity in children. ...
  • Riddles. ...
  • Rhymes. ...
  • Homonyms. ...
  • Storytelling. ...
  • Songs. ...
  • Tongue twisters.

How can teachers and parent promote language development? ›

12 Ways Parents and Teachers Can Encourage Early Literacy and Language Skills
  • Help children make their own books. ...
  • Make literacy-related prop boxes. ...
  • Give favorite play areas a literacy infusion. ...
  • Have extended responsive conversations. ...
  • Point out signs and labels. ...
  • Play with rhymes. ...
  • Introduce unusual words.
28 Apr 2020

Why is communication and language important in early years? ›

As children develop speaking and listening skills, they're building the foundations for literacy and learning. Plus they're learning key skills like how to express themselves and make friends.

Why is it important to develop language skills? ›

Language is absolutely central to your learning: without it, you cannot make sense or communicate your understanding of a subject. You will need to develop your language skills, and specifically, your academic English, in order to: understand and make the most effective use of your study materials.

What skills does learning a language give you? ›

Language learning has been shown to improve a student's cognitive function, including, but not limited to:
  • Enhanced Problem Solving Skills.
  • Improved Verbal and Spatial Abilities.
  • Improved Memory Function (long & short-term)
  • Enhanced Creative Thinking Capacity.
  • Better Memory.
  • More Flexible and Creative Thinking.

How does language help in developing understanding? ›

Language helps us express our feelings and thoughts — this is unique to our species because it is a way to express unique ideas and customs within different cultures and societies. By learning a foreign language, you can understand ideas and thoughts that may be different from your own culture.

What is the most important English skill? ›

Employers say that the most important language skill is reading (in 12 industries) and then speaking (in eight industries). Reading in English is important for developing professional knowledge. It's the language most often used in international publications, contracts and instructions.

What are the 5 reasons why you should learn English? ›

5 reasons to learn English
  • More opportunity. There are approximately 340 million people worldwide who speak English at a native level. ...
  • The language of business. ...
  • Travel and study abroad. ...
  • Wider access to knowledge. ...
  • Intellectual challenge.

How can students improve their language skills? ›

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  1. Listen. The first step in improving your speaking skills is actually working on your listening. ...
  2. Imitate. Now that you have listened to lots of English conversations, it's time for some imitation. ...
  3. Read. Reading is yet another important skill to have when learning a language. ...
  4. Reflect. ...
  5. Prepare. ...
  6. Speak. ...
  7. Practise.
18 Oct 2021

Should early childhood education learn in English? ›

“Children absorb languages easily and so it will help a child and we need to make sure we prepare a child because English is the skill that they need in order to learn, it's their learning tool,” she said.

How does English as a second language affect a child's development? ›

It can enhance a child's self esteem and identity, as well as developing and enhancing cognitive and thinking skills. Some children will learn to speak two languages from birth and other children may learn one language first and then a second language.

What is the main purpose of teaching English as second language in school? ›

An integral part of the transition and acculturation into American society, teaching English as a second language provides the fundamental language skills that equip non-native speakers for future success in school, business and our society at large.

What are the characteristics of a good English teacher? ›

10 Skills That A Good English Teacher Needs
  • Excellent English pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar skills. ...
  • Confidence and skills to give motivating and interesting lessons to your students. ...
  • Develop your own teaching materials. ...
  • Assessment. ...
  • Reflecting on your own practice and micro teaching. ...
  • Mastery of your subject.
10 Jan 2020

What do teachers need to know about students who are learning to speak English? ›

What should teachers consider when testing students who are learning to speak English? Teachers need to test students' skills and not their English proficiency. It is important that students not be labeled as having disabilities or as slow learners because of a language deficiency.

What do you do when a student doesn't speak English? ›

What Do I Do? My New Student Doesn't Speak Any English!! 10 Tips
  1. Be friendly and welcoming. ...
  2. Take time to understand and empathize with what the student is experiencing. ...
  3. Assign a buddy. ...
  4. Pair your words with gestures and facial expressions to communicate. ...
  5. Use visuals, quick sketches and Google images!
26 Nov 2019

How do I teach ESL to kindergarten? ›

7 Tips to Teach ESL for Kindergarten
  1. Engage Kids in Hands-on Activities. ...
  2. Avoid Long Periods of Conversations. ...
  3. Let Children Learn Through Interaction. ...
  4. Review the New Concepts. ...
  5. Encourage Students to Correct Each Other and Themselves. ...
  6. Use the Learned Concepts in Different Contexts. ...
  7. Motivate & Praise the Students.

How do you engage students in English conversation? ›

2. Write, pair, share: Many of us use the think, pair, share model, but substituting writing for silent thinking can improve both the quality of the conversation and the number of students who contribute. As students write, I walk around, reading over their shoulders and writing things like, “That's good.

In what ways can teachers encourage students to learn English outside of the classroom? ›

How to get your students to use English out of class
  • Start a closed Facebook group. Pose a question each week that you'd like the class to respond to. ...
  • Mimic what they read and listen to in their own language. ...
  • Encourage real-world speaking practice.
23 Feb 2017

How can I make my English class more interesting? ›

Here's how to make learning English fun for your students:
  1. Get to know your student. Set a target or a goal. ...
  2. Make the lesson interactive by using props and telling stories.
  3. Be mindful of body language and play with the tone of your voice.
  4. Reward the student and play games.
  5. Don't take it so seriously. Have fun!
3 Jun 2020

What is the best way to teach preschoolers? ›

8 Tips for Teaching Preschoolers
  1. Strategically set up the room. ...
  2. Observe your students. ...
  3. Give them ways to express their emotions. ...
  4. Set up a routine. ...
  5. Build relationships with parents. ...
  6. Ask stimulating questions. ...
  7. Set aside time for interactive and dialogic reading. ...
  8. Have reflection time.
25 Nov 2020

How do I teach ESL to kindergarten? ›

7 Tips to Teach ESL for Kindergarten
  1. Engage Kids in Hands-on Activities. ...
  2. Avoid Long Periods of Conversations. ...
  3. Let Children Learn Through Interaction. ...
  4. Review the New Concepts. ...
  5. Encourage Students to Correct Each Other and Themselves. ...
  6. Use the Learned Concepts in Different Contexts. ...
  7. Motivate & Praise the Students.

What should I teach first English learners? ›

What do you teach an ESL beginners first?
  • Personal and family information. name, address, phone numbers, age. ...
  • Social interaction. hellos and goodbyes. ...
  • Classroom and school. items such as books, desks, whiteboard, pens, computer, etcs. ...
  • Time, calendar and weather. days of the week, months, seasons. ...
  • Body parts. ...
  • Food. ...
  • Home.

How can teachers help English language learners develop academic language? ›

Experts suggest taking a four-pronged approach when teaching academic language to ELs by providing opportunities for these students to learn the terminology through listening, speaking, reading, and writing. This is best practice with all students, but especially students who are not native English speakers.

What is the first thing to teach a preschooler? ›

Point out letters in signs, and go through the alphabet together. Use blocks, big puzzles and other toys to teach letters and numbers. Sing alphabet and counting songs together. Use books to talk about difficult topics, like anger or sharing.

How do preschoolers deal with learners? ›

Talk about what the child is doing, what the child is looking at, or what the child is interested in. Ask questions that relate to the child's experiences or interests. Add words or questions to what the child says or does and model new language. Give the child enough time to respond.

Should English be taught in kindergarten? ›

Learning English at early ages make children be able to speak like natives. Naturally, children are always mimicking what they hear. This kind of activity makes their pronunciation and accent of foreign language better that adult learners. The process of mimicking continuously creates a habit in the brain.

How would you handle a difficult child in a preschool classroom? ›

Use behavior management techniques
  1. Praise good behavior while ignoring negative behavior. Positive reinforcement will help the child focus on what is expected of them and encourage good behaviors.
  2. Try a classroom reward chart. ...
  3. Use positive language. ...
  4. Create a visual schedule.
13 Feb 2020

How do you engage in preschoolers activities? ›

Use movement, visuals, exploration opportunities and a strong sense of community to engage your preschoolers. These are a catalyst to a child's participation and engagement and can increase a child's ability to process information, improve memory and create shared enjoyment among all.

What are the preschool teachers supposed to do with preschoolers? ›

A preschool teacher cares for and teaches basic social, problem-solving and language skills to children under the age of 5. They teach these concepts, both one-on-one and in groups, using techniques such as games, storytelling, experimenting, art, music and play.

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