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Supporting English Learners in Math and Science: Effective Instructional Practices and Examples from NCELA’s Teaching Briefs
General education teachers need practical and effective instructional approaches that can help them provide English learners (ELs) with access to academic content. The National Clearinghouse of English Language Acquisition (NCELA) Teaching Practice Briefs: Integrating Language While Teaching Science and Integrating Language While Teaching Math highlight current research findings and evidence-
English learners (ELs) at the secondary level who are approaching high school graduation face unique challenges. Curricular requirements including English language development classes, graduation requirements, and for some, special education can create complex scheduling challenges, and intricate accessibility issues. As schools engage in articulation activities to determine student placement in
Native American and Alaska Native English learners are incredibly diverse; they possess varied demographic, linguistic and academic backgrounds which are not always evident when students are characterized as a group. It is critical to increase our awareness of the diversity that exists among Native American and Alaska Native English learners and to identify and highlight the cultural, and
Hispanic English learners (ELs) possess varied demographic and academic backgrounds which are not always evident when students are collectively viewed as a group. It is critical to increase educators' awareness of the diversity that exists among ELs who are Hispanic, and to identify and highlight the cultural and linguistic assets that students bring to their school and their community. English
The Office of English Language Acquisition (OELA), in collaboration with GlobalMindED hosted this second installment of a two-part webinar series to inspire linguistically and culturally diverse students to cherish, nurture, and revere their primary culture, heritage, and language so they can realize the short- and long-term personal, educational, and professional benefits of being multilingual.