Do you teach content?

…and do you also teach ELLs?

If so, you’re in the right place!

As a teacher of ELA, Math, Social Studies, Science, Art, P.E., can you relate to one or more of these situations?

  • Your ELA or ENL teacher notifies you that you have ELLs in your middle school classroom at a 3rd grade English reading level;
  • You tried several “proven techniques” in language acquisition, but you observe progress as minimal at best;
  • You hesitate reaching out to help ELLs as your professional obligation because you figure the commitment would overwhelm you and your life.

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Teaching academic words intensively with multiple modalities + context clues
Learn how to teach academic words ...
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Strategic Instructional Tools & General vs Academic Vocabulary
Learn how to implement strategic instructional tools for ELL success in your classroom. These inclu...
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Implementing Daily Talk & Extending Writing
How can you incorporate turn-and-talk to improve Speaking and Writing skills for ELLs and all your ...
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Academic Writing for Content + Language Supports for Writing
Find out how you can best leverage your academic vocabulary for better writing output from ELLs and...
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Small Group Talk on Writing + Assessing Writing
Increase the quality of writing from ELLs and other students in your content area classroom with sm...
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Lesson Co-Planning + Language Objective Supports
What are the best ways to co-plan lessons among content area teachers and ENL instructors? How ...
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