English language learners?students who come from homes in which a language other than English is spoken?are one of
the fastest-growing student populations in U.S. schools. At the same time, the debate over the best way to help
English language learners succeed in school has become increasingly heated and political:
Some states have abolished or sharply limited native language instruction, whereas others continue it. Today, the
stakes are higher than ever. Because many federal and state policies now mandate that schools demonstrate adequate
yearly progress of every student subgroup, schools with large English language learner populations face serious
consequences unless these students succeed. It is important for you to understand the evidence behind various
models of teaching children who have limited English proficiency.
1.Prove your initial response to the statement created for your group as a discussion thread in Blackboard. This
includes your opinion and thoughts?why do you agree or disagree?
Your responses can be short and concise, but you need to post least 3 responses during this initial round
2.Find the best empirical evidence to support your position for or against the provided perspective.
Carefully determine what the best evidence is and that the perfect article that explains ?
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