The Science of Reading and Implementation in ELL and Emergent Bilingual Instruction
Misconceptions about reading science and ELL/Emergent Bilingual education lead to confusion for educators and district leaders who support these student populations. The Reading League (TRL), National Committee for Effective Literacy (NCEL), and other language and literacy experts provided clarification and unified recommendations in a series of research summits.
During this webinar, we share insight from these meetings, including why it’s critical to explicitly and systematically teach both foundational skills and oral language development and how to implement an asset-based approach to students’ capacities.
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