When schools closed abruptly last spring, English learners (ELs) lost opportunities to continue their language acquisition practice. And even when learning continued remotely, they lacked something critical to building proficiency: direct instruction.
Many schools are still considering what learning will look like in the fall, but most are preparing for the possibility of at least some form of remote learning. In this one-hour webinar, Ballard & Tighe Educational Consultant Brenda Rosas will explain how you can be prepared to support ELs and continue direct teaching even if learning transitions to students’ homes.
In this webinar you’ll:
• Learn how to target reading, writing, listening, and speaking to facilitate English language development both in school and in virtual classrooms through content-based instruction and project-based learning
• Discover a standards-aligned curriculum that supports a hybrid instructional model with rigorous, research-based language development for ELs (including newcomers and long-term ELs) in grades 6-12 at all levels of language proficiency.
• Review a blend of print and digital supplemental resources that focus on grammar forms and functions for students across varying degrees of proficiency and digital access.
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