Economically disadvantaged students are the students who make up the population of the urban district. Such students are often from homes in which education is secondary to fulfilling basic needs. It i...
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...6 (). Regardless of language taught students who are ELL need quality instruction. This includes visualization as well as auditory cludes, a safe environment to use English and solid vocabulary instruction, clear instructions, pointing out similar words, promoting students answers and not correcting, and small group instruction ( ). While these techniques will benefit the ELL students, again it is the expert teacher that can change their lives. And this is best done by having an educator understand there will be issues in the classroom that are not always predictable. These include, frustration in cultural assimilation, reluctance to speak, withdrawal and a whole host of possible issues. Regardless, teachers must continue to realize their job is to do whatever it takes to educate all students and never give up trying.
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