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How to Spot Growth in your Bridging Level English Learners

ELs who have reached the Bridging level of language proficiency continue to represent a range of language and literacy skills across the four domains.  (continue reading)

Who Are Your Developing Level Language Students?

Developing level students can gain a solid understanding of what is presented in class, participate fully, and maintain interest in challenging content.  (continue reading)

Writing Support for Emerging English Learners

When English Learners’ cultural experiences and existing language skills are maximized, more positive outcomes are expected.  (continue reading)

Three Practices that Support Starting Level Language Students

Starting level students will be best supported through teaching techniques that are multidimensional linguistically and academically.  (continue reading)

On the Podcast: Growing Language and Literacy with Andrea Honigsfeld

Today on the Heinemann Podcast, we’re joined by author Andrea Honigsfeld. Her new book offers a multi-faceted approach to language instruction.  (continue reading)

Key Concepts for Language Development

Andrea Honigsfeld suggests that the process of language acquisition and intentional learning in the academic context cannot be artificially separated.  (continue reading)

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