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Topic of Presentation:

How can schools and teachers effectively educate English Language Learners (ELLs)?
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Key Issue:

Schools in the U.S. are seeing an increase in the population of students whose primary language is not English.
Background Info:
5 million ELLs in the U.S. as of 2009
ELLs make up around 10% of all students in K-12 schools.
By the year 2030, ELLs will likely make up around 25% of school population
Spanish Speakers account for 62% of all ELLs.

(Cheung & Slavin, 2012)
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Teaching ELLs in Today's Schools
Program Options for ELLS
1. English Immersion:
Instruction in given in English.
2. Bilingual:
Instruction starts in child's native language and then moves to English.
3. Dual Immersion:
Students become literate in 2 languages.
Which Type of Program is Best?
Research supports that bilingual programs are generally better, but the most important factor is the quality of instruction, not the language of instruction.

(Cheung & Slavin, 2012; Clark, 2009; Umansky, Valentino, & Reardon, 2016)
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