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Models of ELL Instruction - Chapter Summary
Get reacquainted with various models of ELL instruction by exploring informative lessons. Our top instructors offer clear definitions, explanations and other important details about these models to ensure you gain full comprehension. After completing this chapter, you should be ready to do the following:
- List and discuss the models of bilingual education programs
- Define and explain the history and impact of sheltered English immersion
- Identify and detail ESL inclusion models for the classroom
Each lesson in this chapter is available 24 hours a day and features a multiple-choice quiz designed to assess your knowledge of the concepts it covers. If you need to study while away from your computer, enjoy the ability to access the lessons using your smartphone or tablet. Stop by the Dashboard to track your progress through this chapter or submit questions about specific lesson topics to our subject-matter experts. To ensure you fully understand the models of ELL instruction examined in this chapter, feel free to take our practice exam.
1. Models of Bilingual Education Programs
Bilingual education has been around in the U.S. for hundreds of years, and today it is even more important and prevalent than ever. In this lesson, we'll provide an overview of various bilingual education program models used in schools today.
2. Sheltered English Immersion: Definition, History & Impact
Sheltered English Immersion (SEI) aims to teach ELL grade-level content standards while simultaneously enhancing students' English proficiency. In this lesson, learn about the history, impact, and use of SEI in classrooms across the country.
3. ESL Inclusion Models for the Classroom
In this lesson, you'll learn about various types of inclusion models for the English as a Second Language (ESL) classroom, including examples of strategies for implementation.
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Other chapters within the FTCE ESOL K-12 (047): Practice & Study Guide course
- Cultural Elements & Adaptation
- How Cultural Differences Impact Students
- Promoting Multicultural Sensitivity & Diversity in the Classroom
- Elements of Language
- Teaching Components of Language for ELL
- Second Language Acquisition & Development
- Language Functions, Skills & Proficiency
- Second Language Literacy Development
- Literacy & Language Research
- ESOL Instructional Approaches
- Teaching Speaking & Listening Skills
- Writing Skills Instruction
- Instructional Strategies for ELL Classrooms
- Selecting & Adapting Instructional Materials for ELL Students
- Technology in ELL Instruction
- ELL Rights & Court Cases in Florida
- ELL Assessment Issues
- ELL Learners with Exceptionalities
- Language Proficiency Assessments in Florida
- Classroom-Based Assessments of ELL Students
- Collaboration & Advocacy for ELL
- Professional Development Organizations & Resources for ESOL Teachers
- FTCE ESOL K-12 Flashcards