English Language Learners


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According to Organization Face the Facts USA...

Ten percent of all public school students are English as a Second Language learners (ESL), meaning they have limited English proficiency. But less than 1 percent of public school teachers are ESL instructors.

Statistics

ELL’s need lots of support in the classroom as they learn both a new language and new material at the same time.  Below is just a few ways you can support them.

ELL Strategies

Videos

Websites

Resources and Articles

Professional reading on ELL’s

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