Breakdown of strategies to use or try in class by: Principle 1. Focus on Academic Language, Literacy,
and Vocabulary, Principle 2. Link Background Knowledge and Culture
to Learning, Principle 3. Increase Comprehensible Input
and Language Output, Principle 4. Promote Classroom Interaction, and Principle 5. Stimulate Higher Order Thinking
and the Use of Learning Strategies.
Linguistically Responsive Teacher Education: Preparing Classroom Teachers to Teach English Language Learners
This article is only about 13 pages and gives educators insight on the research an theory behind teaching English Language Learners (ELLs) or Second Language Acquisition in general. This article can answer the questions you may have had about why your student can hold a conversation with you, but still struggles academically and does not have a learning disability.