look like for ELLs?
As Rebecca Green of Stanford’s Understanding Language explains in her Tch blog post, “English Language Learners (ELLs) face the double challenge of learning academic content as well as the language in which it is presented... we have found that ELLs benefit from instructional approaches that treat language and content in an integrated way that is designed to help them build the language skills that they need to succeed in content classrooms, college, and careers.”
Read the rest of Ms. Green’s post. Then, take a look at the resources on this page to explore ways in which you can integrate content and language instruction in your own classroom. Have questions? Be sure to ask them in the Q&A!