Resources for Literacy Learning
Get the latest research, insights, and thought leadership from Lexia’s literacy experts, and learn more about how we help develop critical literacy skills for a wide variety of educational environments.
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The Background Breakdown: The Difference in Oral Language for Monolinguals and Emergent Bilinguals
Oral language is a necessary tool for Emergent Bilinguals learning English. When students have regular speaking practice in a non-judgmental and supportive environment, they build confidence and understanding, allowing them to deepen their overall understanding of English and accelerate their literacy learning.
Is the Science Of Reading Enough for Emergent Bilinguals?
We know Emergent Bilinguals learn to read differently than monolinguals. What role should the science of reading play for educators teaching these students? To learn more, watch the on-demand webinar, “Is the Science of Reading Enough for Emergent Bilinguals?”
Quiz Yourself: How much do you know about Emergent Bilingual students in your school?
Understanding the unique strengths of Emergent Bilingual students allows educators to provide effective literacy support. Well-structured support with asset model instruction allows students learning more than one language to leverage the skills developed by multilingual learning.
PowerUp®: Meeting Students Where They Are
Hear about the impact of PowerUp on students from teachers.
LETRS® with Dr. Ebony Lee
Dr. Ebony Lee describes the impact LETRS has had on Clayton County Public Schools.
Five things to consider when selecting effective educational technology for Emergent Bilinguals
Join Nicholas Feroce, Ph.D., Efficacy and Impact Research, for a dive into research about how edtech is assessed and implemented successfully. He will discuss how edtech programs are measured, technical aspects of program selection, and the need to support Emergent Bilinguals. Watch today!
Leveraging Artificial Intelligence to Support English Language Learning
Artificial intelligence can support Emergent Bilingual students by providing useful data in real time to teachers, offering non-judgmental feedback about speaking practice, personalizing learning paths for students, and more. Watch this webinar with expert Maya Goodall and deep dive into this timely topic.
Emergent Bilinguals in the Public Education System
Explore the historical background of Emergent Bilinguals in the Public Education System with curriculum experts Sara Nájera and Javier Ruiz. Together, let’s break down how to meet Emergent Bilinguals’ linguistic and academic needs.
Removing Accent Bias in the Classroom: Where Technological Excellence Meets Human Intelligence
Listen in as Maya Goodall, Senior Director of Emergent Bilingual Curriculum at Lexia, discusses how artificial intelligence in the classroom can level the playing field for Emergent Bilingual students—especially those with accents—on this episode of the Learning Leadership Society’s podcast.