In "Engaging and Supporting ELLs," when you say, "By getting to know more about ELLs’ backgrounds, teachers can ensure that curriculum is relevant and meaningful for students."Would you share examples of different ways to use the information?"
The comment was made in, "Engaging and Supporting ELLs." I am a first grade teacher, and I would use the information about a child to make my questions more personal or interesting to a child or I might use the information to begin my instruction with what the child knows and move on from there. I was wondering what else the background of a child might guide a teacher in instruction?
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