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Just have them or anyone even you read a lot and lot of books every day so they see. My friend has english grammar problems too. But just correct them and tell them to read. A nd remember say it dont spray it.
Having them listen to books as they read is a great strategy for them to hear correct pronunciation while also seeing the words. Read alouds are great when students are following along. National Geographic has a great curriculum, called REACH for ELL students K-5. This is aligned to WIDA and the Common Core and there are many opportunities for speaking and listening embedded into the curriculum.
Hope this helps,
1. teacher demonstrates while students observe
2. students demonstrates while teacher observe
Guided reading that should be done frequently and some bits of encouragement from the teacher won't hurt. ^_^
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