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    components of language are 1- We have to aware of classroom discourse strategies and routine,and use them consciously to scaffold new vocabulary in a meaningful context. 2- We have to focus on vocabulary building, but to not overwhelm students with new vocabulary list of seven or fewer words should be worked on over relatively long periods. 3- We have to use more visuals as our gold teach. 4-We have to promote peer interactions,tutoring, and cooperative work group. Students who are learning language, whether

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    importance of viewing use of the primary language as a right and as an asset for English Language Learners After doing fieldwork at Horizon on the Hudson’s for two semesters I have worked with students whose primary language is Spanish. When working with ELL students, it is important to make sure their primary language does not feel like a burden to them. Cummins, Bismilla, Chow, Cohen, Giampapa, Leoni, Sandhu, and Sastri (2005) say that “English language learners will engage academically to the extent

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    and cultural groups. Despite this, few educational systems truly embrace these diverse languages and cultures inside the classroom or through instruction (Pinnock, 2009). “Language is the channel through which people’s cultures are transmitted”, but promoting only one or two languages deemed important the school system is separating many children from their culture (Pinnock, 2009). The ways in which language and culture are utilized in the classroom can be a “vital barrier or enabler” in successfully

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    English Language Learners (ELL) constituted 9.5% of the students in the United States in the school year 2012-2013. That is equivalent to 4.4 million students and the number seems to be growing. These statistics call for special training for educators in the United States so they can tackle any problem due to language barriers. It is important for teachers to understand the difference between Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills (BICS) and Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency (CALP) to better

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    research paper and explain the importance of the topic in the educational sphere. The topic is utilizing the four Cs of 21st-century education to support transactional learning for ELL students in a K-12 public school environment. ELLs (English Language Learners) are students that are learning English in conjunction with their own native tongue. The four Cs of 21st-century learning are skills that have been identified as the most important for students to acquire during their education. These skills

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    English language learners as a new and homogenous population. Actually ELLs are a highly heterogeneous and complex group of students, with diverse gifts, educational needs, backgrounds, languages, and goals. An English language learner is an individual that is of another culture and has migrated to America to live, learn, become educated and find a career. English language learners have been coming to America and continue to migrate here more and more. Most of them speak different languages as Spanish

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    English Language Learner are students who are still developing proficiency in English. They represent one in nine students in U.S. classrooms from pre-kindergarten through grade 12. As I researched the testing of English Language Learners, I came across many key points they will help me as well as my cohorts in assessing these students and to better understand their educational necessities. The most critical point is that the various assessments for English Language Learners must be valid and fair

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    This case study tried to identify how effective Dual Language programs are in promoting academic success and what specific factors helped the program maintain its effectiveness. It tried to identify specific strategies that made the program successful and how these strategies impacted student success. The study took place in an urban school in the state of Texas, where most of the students are English Language Learners. Interviews, focus groups, observations and the data from the English Texas Assessment

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    Online ACCESS 2.0 for English Language Learners Online Assessing Comprehension and Communication in English State-to-State for English Language Learners (ACCESS for ELLs) is a secure large-scale English language proficiency assessment given to 1st through 12th graders who have been identified as English learners (Colorado Department of Education, 2018). ACCESS is a summative assessment that is administered annually to monitor ELLs’ progress in acquiring English in the four domains of English (i.e

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    II. English Language Learners Himmele (2012) pointed out that many times teachers untrained in handling ELLs see them as “someone else’s problem” because they feel that someone trained in dealing with ELLs specific weaknesses would be more successful. Since they do not have such training, they feel they are “off the hook”. Nothing could be further from the truth. Teaching through content is the best way to acquire a second language while obtaining academic proficiency, and who better to teach that

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