They missed one after another and dropped moodily back, while the trumpet sounded for the third round, and the target was set up fifty ells
Old John having long encroached a good standard inch, full measure, on the liberty of Joe, and having snipped off a Flemish ell
in the matter of the parole, grew so despotic and so great, that his thirst for conquest knew no bounds.
Successful schools have a clear and coherent vision of how best to educate their ELLs
, with careful attention to teaching, learning, and professional development (Elfers & Stritikus, 2014; Hakuta, 2011).
In recognition of the demographic realities, it is increasingly recognized that mainstream teachers need better preparation for working with ELLs
(Gandara et al., 2000).
She begins by discussing how addressing the needs of ELLs
is a major challenge facing schools today.
The number of English language learners (ELLs
) has grown significantly in U.S.
will account for 40 percent of the school-age population in the United States by the year 2030, according to colorincolorado.org.
Paredes (2011) found that school counselors who participated in simulation experiences related to ELLs
increased their levels of ELL
Many people fairly state that ELLs
already use the existing academic support units that are available for all students and that adding a separate unit for a certain population requires more funding, yet adds nothing to the education of these students.
Some of the inequality issues related to language are highlighted when considering ELLs
in the deliberative process.
presents his meticulously researched view of the Great War in America and WWI: A Traveler's Guide.