For those few moments, they felt what ELLs
may feel on a daily basis in schools.
district showed that students identified as ELLs
were overrepresented in MIMR, SLD, and SLI at rates more than twice that of their White peers, and that they were subjected to substantially more restrictive placements (Valenzuela, Copeland, Qi, & Park, 2006).
Training All Teachers (TAT) focuses on establishing an enhanced understanding of the complex aspects of teaching ELLs
Verbal interaction may not be effective enough for ELLs
in physical education.
In the fall of 2007, there were approximately 143,000 ELLs
in North Carolina's public schools.
Now 33,000 students and their parents and more than 4,200 employees have access to Rosetta Stone's ELL
and World Language Learning programs.
Beyond the different usage patterns of LI and ELL
students, an ELL
lab is able to offer more holistic support for ELLs
Tuesday's court filing charges that lax state standards for English language teacher certification and little training in how to instruct students with language barriers for mainstream teachers have continued to result in poor academic performance among ELL
In this article, I report major findings from a study that documented how and when pre-service elementary teachers learned to educate ELLs
during their thirteen-month Masters with Certification in Elementary Education (MCEE) program.
8220;A book with 24 pages is less intimidating to ELL
students,” stated ELL
& Dual Language Reading Coach Angela Gonzalez of the School District of Palm Beach County.
These fears all exist in the shadow of the very real challenges of properly evaluating and determining services for ELLs
When in doubt, ELLs
can rely on visual tools to guide them during lecture and completing individual or group assignments.
Patti Kerrigan: Volume, tone, and body language have an impact on teaching ELLs
as well as some cultural traditions: both of these can have an effect on the outcome of a lesson.
The purpose of this study was to explore the perceptions of ELLs
regarding their self image as readers, their teacher support preferences, as well as their book preferences to inform teachers about ways to encourage their ELL
students in reading improvement.
as the fastest growing segment and most underserved population in grades K-12, Oxford University Press is building upon its successful library of vocabulary-based education tools.