Turning frustration into success for English language learners.
To teach culturally and linguistically diverse learners with language-learning disabilities, teachers should ensure that students understand assigned tasks, seat students from similar linguistic backgrounds together, start lessons with lead statements, use varied questioning strategies, ask for summaries, use multimodal approaches, and relate information to students' background. (15 references)
Brice, A.E., & Roseberry-McKibben, C. (1999). Turning frustration into success for English language learners. Educational Leadership, 56(7), 53-55.
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