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1-“English language learners’ linguistically and culturally diverse students who are in the process of developing English as an additional language as they access grade-level content” .They are students for whom English is an additional language and who qualify for language support. ELLs are students whose current levels of English language proficiency preclude them from accessing, processing, and acquiring unmodified grade level material in English without scaffolding and instructional support. ELLs are a mix of students with different competencies, proficiencies, literacies .knowledge bases, and school experiences. 2-Lnaguage proficiency is an expression of a student’s processing and use of language within and across four language domains or modalities: listening, speaking, reading and writing. Language proficiency assessment reveals the extent of a student of a student’s language development, generally expressed as a language proficiency level. In contrast to language proficiency, academic achievement reflects the extent of a student’s subject matter knowledge ,skills, and concepts for core content areas (in particular, in English arts and mathematics )for his or her grade or age. It is a mark of conceptual learning directly tied to school-based curriculum and state academic content standards. 3- They have a lot of responsibilities towards these learners and here teachers must try to find and use the suitable techniques and methods which can fit these ELLs levels and assess the standards they use and make sure always all students are engaged in the lessons. I also read about a lot of their
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  • Summer '18
  • Muarry Williams

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