Posted on 10/21/2013 at 02:19 PM by Global Reach

In the past ELL blog posts, information has been provided on what is current in the English language (EL) world in regards to RTI, tiers, AMAOs, conferences, etc. For this blog, the idea is to provide educators with relevant resources to help ESL teachers, especially brand new teachers, feel equipped to work with students identified as limited English proficiency (LEP). The goal is to provide practical resources that are relatively inexpensive to purchase. Attached are five resources, which are recommendations for use in the classroom; or, can be a quality read. These resources may help in the areas of leadership, listening, reading, or writing. Included are the direct links to www.amazon.com if you desire to purchase.

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I work with ELL students and I looking for ideas and new resources to help me over my lesson plans.
Gina Vreeman | 07/10/2017 at 07:28 AM
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