The Extent to Which Teachers Help Their EC Students in Regular Classroom Settings

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Literature Review The main purpose of the study is it to determine the extent to which teachers help their EC students in regular classroom settings. When speaking of EC students I am more addressing the ESL students.
Before children learn to use language to let their needs and wants be known they first learn to read, how can a child communicate without the resources they need to express themselves before they have the skills needed to do so? Studies show how to overcome one challenging situation but there are people in the world who are faced with two adversities in life.
Literacy in today’s society is more demanding than it was in the past. Literacy instruction needs to improve in every area, because many students do not have the skills needed to succeed in everyday life (Meltzer, Smith & Clark, 2001). Research has showed that by the year 2020, over seventy-five percent of every job will require people to have a higher education than just the average high school diploma (Bottoms, 2002). For students with low literacy it will make it very challenging to achieve this new requirement. Therefore these students are not able to cope in society and turn to a negative life style (Van Ngo, 2001).
A student who is literate has the ability to gain knowledge and to give knowledge to their family and friends (Meltzer, Smith & Clark, 2001). Literate students are more skillful at making the right decision because they are well informed. A large number of individuals lack in

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