EDSP 6644 – Inclusive Instruction for ELL Students

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As a component of EDSP 6644, I investigated what research has to say about inclusive instruction for ELL students. I decided to investigate this topic because I believe that the ELL students at my school are underserved. The school I currently work in has a very small ELL population, and I think because of this many students are under supported or even not identified as being in need of language support. The ones who are identified often receive support through our special education program, rather than a program specifically designed for ELLs.

The research I read while composing the peer review paper shown in figure 1, argued that ELLs benefit from being integrated into a general education classroom. However, in order for inclusion to be successful teachers need to have knowledge of skills and teaching practices that can help ELLs to further develop their language skills. For example, an…

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