Ensure ELLs Meet Grade-Level Expectations



It’s hard enough to master one language, much less two. English-language learners (ELLs) face a unique challenge: learning English and academic content, while also meeting increasingly rigorous standards for college and career readiness. How do you identify the needs of this diverse population and customize a plan to ensure these students successfully meet ELA grade-level expectations?

Join this webinar to learn new strategies and solutions designed to accelerate ELLs’ achievement in middle and high school, including:

  • Identifying the needs of linguistically diverse students and creating a plan to ensure they meet grade-level ELA expectations
  • Steps to effective teaching of foundational skills, vocabulary, language, and comprehension
  • The benefits of differentiated instruction

With an effective intervention solution like LANGUAGE!® Live, these students can become more than English-language learners—they transform into confident, engaged students who overcome literacy and language barriers to achieve academic success.

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Louisa Moats Dr. Carrie Doom

Dr.-Cynthia-JonesCynthia Jones

Ritchhart_DebDebra Ritchhart

About the Presenters

Carrie Doom, Ed.D., is Vice President of Implementation for Voyager Sopris Learning. 

Cynthia Jones is Director of Categorical Programs, Everett Public Schools.

Debra Ritchhart is the K–12 EL Facilitator for Everett Public Schools.

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