Ten Principles For Vocabulary Instruction is the last post of a three-part series I’ve published in Education Week Teacher. In this segment, Laura Robb and Amy Benjamin share their thoughts, and I also include readers’ comments.
Reading comprehension is what allows the reader to interact with the text in a meaningful way. It’s the bridge from passive reading to active reading — from letters and words to characters and contexts.
I’ve written a lot about the importance of looking at English Language Learners through the lens of assets instead of deficits. In fact, I wrote an article for ASCD Educational Leadership titled Getting Organized Around Assets.
English language learners (ELLs) are the fastest-growing population in American schools. Their numbers, estimated at 5.5 million today, are projected to grow to one in four K-12 students by 2025. In many districts, ELLs pose the greatest educational challenges. Yet expertise to address their unique needs is often in short supply.
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