Check out 8 ways to support your English Language Learners (or ELLs and ESL students) in the classroom that will help build their vocabulary, support academic success, and help with social language. The key is to strive for them to feel comfortable, safe, and successful. These activities and strategies are simple to implement into any classroom with any lessons. #ELLStrategies #ESLactivities
Being an English-language learner in the United States is no honeymoon. Efforts to support ELLs have often been well meaning but misinformed. Indeed, a lot of assumptions about how to serve ELLs need to be checked. In this article, UC Berkeley experts Margaret Bridge and Bruce Fuller offer three examples of these faulty assumptions.
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