‘Every Teacher Is A Language Teacher’ is Part Two in my Education Week Teacher series on teaching English Language Learners in content classes.
Many teachers of “content” classes (mainstream classes with some English Language Learners in them) face challenges each day. My book has have a chapter on the topic, and Judie Haynes has written a whole book on the subject.
Here are choices for The Best Sites For Learning Strategies To Teach ELL’s In Content Classes:
Content Instruction for ELLs is a great resource from Colorin Colorado.
That page includes a particularly useful article titled Preparing an Engaging Social Studies Lesson for English Language Learners.
Trend Watch: A Spate of Research Awards on STEM and ELLs is by Mary Ann Zehr at Ed Week. Her post contains several excellent links to resources.
Though it’s not specifically geared towards teaching ELL’s, this document provides an excellent review of using inductive learning techniques in Science. I’ve written a lot in my book about how I believe, and research demonstrates, that teaching inductively can be very effective with all students, including ELL’s.
David Deubelbeiss has created an excellent slideshow sharing modifications teachers can make for English Language Learners in the classroom.
Mathematics in English is an interactive from Engames.
Six Strategies for Teaching ELLs Across the Content Areas is by Judie Haynes.
12 Ways to Support ESL Students in the Mainstream Classroom is by Jennifer Gonzalez.
Primary Sources, the Library of Congress and English Learners is from Colorin Colorado.
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