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ELLEnglish Language Learner
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ELLEducation and Lifelong Learning
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ELLEstonian Air (ICAO code)
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ELLElectronic Law Library
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ELLEncyclopedia of Language and Linguistics
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* ELLs made up about 9 percent of the students at the 117 high schools that offered CTE.
* About 5 percent of all CTE students were ELLs. ELLs make up about 10 percent of all New York City students.
To differentiate their strategy, they relied on what they called an "ELL service plan," a document that all principals were required to complete and submit to the district, spelling out precisely how they intended to spend funds allocated to support ELLs.
Often, they would provide guidance to principals as they wrote their plans, and during the school year they would refer back to those plans when trying to get principals to resolve specific problems, adopt new ELL resources, and carve out time for professional development.
In other candidates' reasoning, the focus on vocabulary was pronounced which drove their decisions in choosing Worksheet C, since it provides the necessary terms for the task: "C gave them the definitions and as an ELL it's important for them to know.
The candidate reported to have chosen the option whereby the teacher in the scenario is restating the ELL's response to a question in the given worksheet (i.e., Option D: "when the equation is in the formy equals mx plus b the slope is the number that multiples the x, and the y intercept is b").
Project schools have a higher proportion of minority students, students that qualify for free and reduced lunches, and students who are English Language Learners (ELL).
The majority of the participants (78.2%; n = 158) reported ELL populations of 30% or less in their schools.
ELLs will account for 40 percent of the school-age population in the United States by the year 2030, according to colorincolorado.org.
Chapter 3 focuses on the difficulties teachers face when making accommodations and modifications for ELLs while simultaneously having to fulfil curriculum expectations.