“With schools adding as many as 100,000 new English language learners each year, educators need to get strategic not only about the way they teach students, but about how they communicate to families as well. “
We are always looking for new ways to support our ELLs with our lesson plans, activities, procedures and routines. We know that investment in building an authentic and language-rich learning environment plays dividends with our ELLs, but what are some ways to support our students at home? These 5 strategies are here to help.
Article and Photo credit go to Stephen Noonoo for the thejournal.com