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ell

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(building construction)
A wing built perpendicular to the main section of a building.

ell, el

1.A secondary wing or extension of a building at right angles to its principal dimension.
2. Same as elbow.
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CTE and ELL leaders at Nashua School District's two high schools in New Hampshire teamed with the broadcasting department to produce safety videos in English and Spanish.
A well-trained and experienced ELL teacher, Sarah provided high-quality instruction in her own ELD classroom as well as providing support to ELLs in their content-area classes.
Few studies have considered preservice teachers' reasoning as it relates to teaching mathematics to ELLs. The few focused on preservice teachers' conceptions of ELLs and their challenges in teaching mathematics.
The author goes beyond issues related to the curriculum and language proficiency and discusses topics such as bullying and advocacy for ELLs in Chapter 5.
Sociocultural theory suggests that cultural and linguistic practices, as well as beliefs and values, affect the learning process of ELLs. Research on the impact of teacher knowledge on ELLs has further supported this theory.
* ELLs are given reading and math tests in English before they are proficient in the language
School counselors working in schools with ELLs were the target population for this study.
Having distinct tutoring labs with very different tutoring models allows ELLs to choose what kind of assistance they want to seek at a particular point in their language learning and to feel more satisfied with the assistance they receive.
Imagine a classroom where ELLs and a student from the dominant language group work together to prepare for a deliberation, sharing with one another their positions and reasoning.
Straightforward in his approach yet with writing that frequently eliciting an emotional response, Van Ells delivers a powerful evaluation of the American doughboys and the war that few want to talk about any more.
The ELL competencies were delineated as language, culture, standards-based instruction, assessment specific to ELLs, and professionalism.