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a metric unit of capacity, formerly defined as the volume of one kilogram of pure water under standard conditions

the cardinal number that is the product of ten and five

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a cgs unit of illumination equal to the brightness of a perfectly diffusing surface that emits or reflects one lumen per square centimeter

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being ten more than forty

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Myles further examines the important role motivation plays in SLA and what teachers can do to ensure that ELLs are personally invested in their learning.
Although the number of ELLs and ELLs with SLDs has increased, the literature indicates that few teachers have received preparation or training in how to identify or support ELLs with SLDs (Kushner, 2008).
Urban cities (14% enrollment) tend to have more ELLs than suburban (8.
Beyond the different usage patterns of LI and ELL students, an ELL lab is able to offer more holistic support for ELLs.
Perhaps more important, another result of empowering ELLs to establish the deliberation agenda is the effect on non-ELL students in the classroom.
Van Ells is a professor of history at Queensborough Community College of the City University of New York.
Lenski, Ehlers-Zavala, Daniel, and Sun-Irminger (2006) note that, "many teachers have little experience with ELLS and may not understand the challenges faced by students in the process of acquiring English" (p.
High achievement goals were emphasized with federal legislation such as the No Child Left Behind Act, which focuses on educational achievement and holding schools accountable, including provisions that ELLs learn English and make adequate yearly progress in content areas (NCLB, Title III, [section] 3102).
It is troubling, however, when the manner in which teachers are prepared lacks attention to teachers' beliefs about ELLs and their responsibility to teach them.
For ELLs especially, drama and movement has been shown to help with decoding, fluency, and vocabulary (Sun, 2003).
Verbal interactive activities help to promote collaboration and understanding of meaning between teachers, local students, and ELLs (Egbert & Simich-Dudgeon, 2001).
Results indicate that the perceptions of monolingual learners and ELLs in this particular elementary school are similar.
Topics include: current research, specialized teacher preparation, screening and assessment of ELLs, and ways in which state funding resources and priorities affect programs for ELLs.
However, the lack of attention on giftedness in underrepresented populations such as English language learners (ELLs) is a critical weakness in the identification literature due to the concomitant rapid increase in the number of ELLs in the United States.
Yet, most mainstream classroom teachers are not sufficiently prepared to provide the types of assistance that ELLs need to successfully meet this challenge.