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Making Instruction Effective for Elementary English Language Learners
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A professional development opportunity for teachers in grades K-6 who want to learn more about how to make instruction more accessible and more effective for the English language learners in their mainstream classrooms.

Participants in this training will:

  • Learn how children learn a second language and how to support this process in school
  • Become familiar with Instructional strategies that build active learning and oral language
  • Learn how to design lessons and implement instruction for ELLs that, simultaneously, teach academic content, accelerate language learning, and strengthen literacy skills

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workshop offered as full-day, half-day or conference session

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English Language Learners

Making Instruction Effective for Elementary English Language Learners
What’s All The Chatter? Academic English Instructional Strategies for the Classroom
Comprehensible Content for English Language Learners
Scaffolding Language and Literacy for ELL students