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.
Supporting ELL’s in the classroom
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.
- Strategies for teaching Science to ELL’s
- Success for ESL students – Scholastic
- Color in Colorado
- Benchmark Education
- Support Real Teachers
Resources and Articles
- Tennessee ESL Resource Center Strategies for ESL teachers
- SIOP Vocabulary Strategies to Use when Working with ELL students
- ELL Strategies
- ELL Interventions Strategies for ELL’s
- ELL/SDAIE Strategies
- Six Key Strategies for ELL’s