This session, titled "Overview and Recommendations 1–3," was part of the bridge event conference Teaching Academic Content and Literacy to English Learners in Elementary and Middle School, hosted by the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Southwest in San Antonio, TX, on July 22, 2014. The session was presented by Nonie K. Lesaux, PhD, an English Learner practice guide panel member and a professor at Harvard University, Cambridge, MA.
In this session, Dr. Lesaux provides an overview of the What Works Clearinghouse English Learner practice guide, with a focus on Recommendations 1–3. A PowerPoint, handout, and transcript are available for this video. See the conference archive link below.
To access the full conference archive: http://relsouthwest.sedl.org/bridge_events/2014-07-22_ellpg1/agenda_archive.html
Regional Educational Laboratory Southwest website: http://relsouthwest.sedl.org/
Tagged under: REL Southwest,Bridge Event,SEDL,English Learners,ELL,English Language Instruction
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