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An obsolete unit of length equivalent to 45 inches.
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The author goes beyond issues related to the curriculum and language proficiency and discusses topics such as bullying and advocacy for ELLs in Chapter 5.
Conway, Christensen, Russell, and Brown (2000) had conducted a study of principals' perceptions of prereferral intervention with ELLs that indicated teachers were unwilling or unable to implement research-based intervention because they lacked the requisite training and resources.
ELLs are given reading and math tests in English before they are proficient in the language
ELLs seem to be more comfortable asking questions about why language works the way it does, rather than simply seeking to have a paper fixed.
Considering deliberation with ELLs highlights how language choice is reflective of power relations within a society and how certain groups are advantaged or disadvantaged by what is deemed acceptable language.
Straightforward in his approach yet with writing that frequently eliciting an emotional response, Van Ells delivers a powerful evaluation of the American doughboys and the war that few want to talk about any more.
The Concept Attainment Strategy can be used with students of all ages, ELLS, pupils with special needs, and gifted students.
To summarize, the "advantage of infused courses is that candidates constantly attend to the needs of ELLs throughout their coursework" (Ballantyne & Sanderman, 2008, p.
In this article, I describe pre-service teachers' understandings of ELLs and the ways that their understandings evolved through participation in our SEI course.
Reig & Paquette (2009) suggested the use of games to aid ELLs in classroom instruction.
Verbal interaction may not be effective enough for ELLs in physical education.
Indeed, North Carolina's public schools have been deeply shocked by the rapid increase of ELLs in the state.