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An obsolete unit of length equivalent to 45 inches.
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fuscescens: 11: ELL (BC-RONDA 219); 12: RPB (MACB 109149), VA (VAL_Lich 30676); 14: ELL (BC-RONDA 196).
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Chapter 3 focuses on the difficulties teachers face when making accommodations and modifications for ELLs while simultaneously having to fulfil curriculum expectations.
Third, the study was designed to examine the perceptions of teachers in a school district with a small percentage of ELLs because demographic data indicated that a growing number of ELL families are moving into school districts with traditionally small ELL populations (Capps et al.
Urban cities (14% enrollment) tend to have more ELLs than suburban (8.
Finally, by having a separate academic support unit for ELL learners, we provide a sense of "safe space" for these students.
Imagine a classroom where ELLs and a student from the dominant language group work together to prepare for a deliberation, sharing with one another their positions and reasoning.
Spinelli (2008) also notes that classrooms should be examined to determine whether the environment is conducive to ELL learning in areas of "environmental style, interaction style, instructional strategies for cognitive style, instructional strategies for cognitive responsiveness, and assessment style" (p.
Then the Secondary Education Department faculty conducted an ELL Infusion Audit of current secondary education program offerings.
Students who attended high schools with high ELL populations shared stories about being the "minority in school, even though I spoke English
Concerns in teaching ELLs in mainstream classes are: lack of time for meeting the unique needs of ELLs (Youngs, 1999); teachers' workloads such as preparing two different versions of academic materials for ELLs and local students (Crosland, & Doumbia, 2003); lack of training to work with ELLs (Verplaetse, 1998); inequities in educational opportunities for all students (Platt, Harper, & Mendoza, 2003; Reeves, 2004); reluctance to work with ELLs (Platt et al.
In an attempt to be uplifting, which is commendable, Van Ells shines a spotlight on those who died in the line of duty.