Hello! So I got hired for a Kindergarten class. I ended up getting a lot of ESL students, a third not speaking English. My challenge, however, is that I have non-English speaking students speaking Urdu, Spanish, Russian, and Arabic. LOTS of languages! I don't have any paras, and I don't have any students who can be a translator to them. The only thing I have done so far is create some visuals (I have pictures on our classroom contract and a happy face and sad face to indicate if they are doing the right or the wrong thing, accompanied by the behavior chart). I also have students I trust guide them to doing certain procedures (ex. table leaders and line partners where each girl in the girls line hold hands with the boy next to them on the boys line.) I have an ESL teacher who comes in last period of every day, but the only foreign language she speaks is Spanish. My Spanish-speaking kids can communicate with me, though. The OTHER languages I need assistance with! And this one really cute Russian girl tries to talk to me, but in Russian. I feel heartbroken that I can't communicate with her and seek her needs... Are there any other tips? I start teaching my curriculum Monday. Any advice on being able to communicate and teaching these kids is more than appreciated. Thank you!!!