Project-Based Learning: A Beneficial Approach for English Language Learners
Project-based learning is a popular teaching practice built around student-driven projects, done either independently or collaboratively, that are often shared with one or more groups of students. This way, students are encouraged to learn by doing, which may lead to more interest, excitement, and energy in the classroom.
The question is, can this practice apply to ELL students, too?
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