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week 4 TTH 1200-0115

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Click to edit Master subtitle style BLE 220 Arizona Language Policy and Programs
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Questions from you: Question from English Learners in American Classrooms, page 20, Q 12. In question 12 on literacy development, the author states “Once you can read, you can read...literacy transfers across languages.” But: What about in the case of certain languages that contain characters rather than letters? The English language consists of the alphabet, but other languages have a
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2. The books we have read all seem to hail bilingual education as the most effective way to teach an ELL. This method would work very well for ELL's with a common L1, such as Spanish. But how can bilingual education be implemented effectively to a smaller language demographic (German, Italian, etc), where the amount of children with this
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A video on Prop 227 http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=TQwKrz_6dRY
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LANGUAGE POLICY IN ARIZONA…. Prop 203 & SEI
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“English Only Instruction” Unz initiative in AZ
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