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Are your Spanish-speaking ELL students ready to transition from learning English to learning in English?
Because more than 90% of the one million Texas ELL students are Spanish-speakers, it’s no surprise this is on your mind. ELL students need to meet the same requirements as native English speakers for high school graduation, so it’s critical to distinguish between (a) TEKS students haven’t mastered, and (b) TEKS they’ve mastered in Spanish but cannot yet demonstrate in English.
But how do you get this information? And, more importantly, how do you act on it once you have it?
Watch this webinar for answers to these questions. You’ll discover:
Carol Johnson is a bilingual educator and National Education Officer at Renaissance. She holds a PhD in Second Language Acquisition & Teaching, specializing in how people learn second languages.
You’re all set to watch the recording: Connecting Assessment to Instruction for Texas ELL Students
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