Teaching English Language Learners

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“I really appreciate the abundance of ideas for teaching ELLs that I learned in this course. There were so many techniques and ideas shared, and I feel as if I have a toolbox to use in my classroom.”

Sample from Teaching English Language Learners Course #5Any K-12 teacher, administrator, or support staff member who would like to help English Language Learners do well in school will find this course to be both informative and useful. The focus includes how to make ELLs and their families feel more welcome while generating academic successes through empowerment.

Participants will improve cross-cultural skills and examine cultural influences on school practices, and come away with greater insight into how second languages are acquired. They will also discover teaching methods and educational strategies for today’s diverse mainstream classroom that are considered best practice for reaching and teaching all learners. Included are highlighted practical tips and activities that can be put to use right away.

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Course Details

Course Author:  Diana Mulcahy


- Semester Credits:  NA

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- Textbook:  NA

- Pre-requisite:  NA


- Clock Hours/CPDUs:  10

- Course Length:  Lifetime


- Clock Hours/CPDUs:  15

- Course Length:  4 Weeks


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15 Reviews of “Teaching English Language Learners”:
  1. Jose R. says:
    Five Stars

    I wish we could make this course "required" for anyone who works with ELLs. Or everyone, for that matter. I love the idea of encouraging teachers to learn different languages as a part of their professional development. That would set a great tone for welcoming newer Americans and their families.

  2. Matthew W. says:
    Five Stars

    This course has given me a deeper understanding of the challenges faced by ELLs as well as strategies to help me in the future. I have very few ELLs in my school and have had very few in my experience, but I feel better equipped to help any ELLs I have in my career. I gained the understanding that my school is woefully equipped for ELLs with the understanding that we have very few.

  3. Erin A. says:
    Five Stars

    This course has strengthened the knowledge I have regarding English language learners in the school environment. It also encouraged me to try different techniques and implement new strategies in and outside of the classroom. I am very glad that I chose to sign up for this course prior to September. I will have four students that are English language learners in September and I am looking forward to meeting them due to the knowledge I gained from this course. I truly enjoyed this course. I enjoyed taking it over the summer.

  4. Samlong I. says:
    Five Stars

    I like the course contents because they are mixed with old practices and new practices.

  5. Sandra U. says:
    Five Stars

    This class has strengthened my insight on the how second languages are acquired. I found that the Language Experience Approach seems to be helpful in helping in the classrooms with the diverse student population.

  6. Brenda R. says:
    Five Stars

    This course has strengthened my understanding, skills, and knowledge working with ELLs.

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