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Gaining a better understanding of the background and experiences of English language learners (ELL) is crucial in designing effective ELL instruction.
Teachers can help ELL students achieve academic success by integrating language instruction across academic areas and using English in intentional ways.
Get the lowdown on the best way to educate English Language Learners.
ELLs or students with limited English proficiency often get misclassified as students with disabilities. Learn about identifying and meeting the needs of ELLs.
Information for educators and teachers on supporting the development of English language skills in ELL through long term and short term instructional practices.
Find definitions and explanations of commonly used terms in the area of English Language Learner (ELL) instruction.
The debate on bilingual education roars on, with both sides posing valid arguments. Here are the top ten issues to consider.
There is one group of kids who are experiencing marked improvements in their education as a result of NCLB: English Language Learners (ELL's).
Summarizes the causes of why students guess at words when reading a passage orally. Provides a list of suggestions to help decrease guessing.
Provides strategies to assess a student's knowledge of blends, digraphs, and diphthong associations and tips for helping students acquire these associations.
Provides a summary of why inversions and reversals occur during reading. Lists recommendations to decrease inversion and reversal errors in beginning readers.
Here's a guide to writing a personal statement for your college applications that will rise to the top of the pile.
Before you head to your next parent-teacher conference or IEP meeting, here are twenty-three common education acronyms that teachers throw around all the time.
Summarizes two main purposes for assessing a reader’s vocabulary knowledge. Highlights issues surrounding the teaching of reading vocabulary.
What are the differences between social talk and school talk, and how can parents help build their child's language skills for success in school?
A phonogram is a letter or group of letters that represent a single sound. Beginning readers often read and write words using each phonogram.
Find definitions of three broad terms related to multicultural education and diverse learners and additional terms that describe multicultural principles of
Why is it important to support English language learners? This article tells you how to support non-native speakers of English in classrooms and schools.
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