Advocating for the Use of Non-English in School Settings

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Mrs. Ross, an ELL teacher, overhears a colleague say that he doesn't see the value of promoting multilingualism in schools. What should Mrs. Ross explain to her colleague?

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1. As an ELL teacher what is your responsibility?

2. Why would Mrs. Mercedes teach science and social studies to students in their native Spanish language?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These assessments will quiz how much you know about using non-English languages in schools. Questions will cover key areas including the value of multilingualism in schools and the main role of an English language learner (ELL) teacher.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Topics on the quiz/worksheet are listed as follows:

  • Why a teacher might teach a lesson in Spanish
  • Model of bilingual education
  • Strategy for promoting the use of non-English

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on non-English use in school settings
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding an effective method for promoting non-English use in schools
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the responsibility of an ELL teacher and why it's important to teach multilingualism in school

Additional Learning

Increase your understanding of the subject with the accompanying lesson titled Advocating for the Use of Non-English in School Settings. Follow along with these bullet points:

  • Benefits associated with being multilingual
  • Ways of advocating non-English languages being used in school
  • Helping students find connections between English and their native language
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