5 Evidence-Based Literacy Strategies for English Learners
Before a student can read in English, they must be able to speak it. Emergent Bilingual students face particular challenges in schools because they often are expected to learn to speak English and read English-language texts simultaneously. How can schools support their Emergent Bilingual students, and what does the evidence tell us about how Emergent Bilinguals learn to read? Watch this webinar to dive into ways schools can empower their Emergent Bilingual students. Emergent Bilingual students require particular support in their language acquisition journey before they can learn to read in English. In this webinar, we dive into ways schools can boost their Emergent Bilinguals' literacy.
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