Ch 19: ELL Learners with Exceptionalities

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Take a look at these lessons on ELL learners with exceptionalities to help you prepare for a test or finish your homework. The concise lessons and self-assessment quizzes provided here are designed by professional instructors to make it easy to understand these topics.

ELL Learners with Exceptionalities - Chapter Summary

In this chapter, lessons on ELL learners with exceptionalities are provided in a mobile-friendly format. Just a few of the subjects presented here include assessing ELL students, identifying giftedness and students with different disabilities. After finishing this chapter, you should be ready to:

  • Outline the needs of students with learning and intellectual disabilities
  • Identify ELL students with autism spectrum disorders
  • Address students with communication disorders
  • Understand how ELL students are assessed for special education
  • Explain how giftedness is identified in special populations

Our learning materials make studying easy, and you can do so at any time on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Help from a professional instructor is just a few clicks away in the Dashboard if you find that you need it. The lesson quizzes and chapter test are handy resources to use before you take an important exam.

6 Lessons in Chapter 19: ELL Learners with Exceptionalities
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Students with Learning Disabilities

1. Students with Learning Disabilities

Working with students who have learning disabilities requires a unique awareness along with special accommodations. This lesson explores the issues faced by learning disabled students.

Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

2. Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

This lesson will highlight issues that are relevant to teachers of students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD), including causes, diagnosis, education and transition into adulthood. A short quiz will follow to test your knowledge.

Students with Intellectual Disabilities

3. Students with Intellectual Disabilities

Students with intellectual disabilities have unique characteristics and special needs. This lesson defines and explains the concept of intellectual disability and considers how these students may interact and learn differently in the classroom.

Students with Communication Disorders

4. Students with Communication Disorders

Students with communication disorders have unique needs and may have issues with speech, language, hearing, or processing. This lesson will explore communication disorders in students and will end with a brief quiz to see what you have learned.

Assessing ELL Students for Special Education

5. Assessing ELL Students for Special Education

Teachers of English Language Learners face unique challenges in identifying students who require special education services. This lesson describes a process for fair and accurate identification of English Language Learners with special needs.

Strategies for Teaching Gifted ELL Students

6. Strategies for Teaching Gifted ELL Students

Teaching gifted students can be rewarding, but it can also pose unique challenges. In this lesson, teachers are provided strategies and methods specifically designed for use when teaching gifted ELLs (English Language Learners).

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