A growing number of English learners have spent more than five years in U.S. schools but have not yet attained fluency in English. These students are considered long-term English learners, or LTELS, and they account for a large portion of secondary English learners. Academic English is an important aspect of instruction for English learners and it provides a foundation for academic success. This presentation focuses on practical ways for supporting English learners academically so that they grow, rather than plateau, in their language development and academic achievement.
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