Unit 1: Why Teach Academic Language in Content Classrooms- References

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[1] Breiseth, Lydia. “Academic Language and ELLs: What Teachers Need to Know.” Academic Language and ELLs: What Teachers Need to Know, Colorín Colorado. Retrieved from http://www.colorincolorado.org/article/academic-language-and-ells-what-teachers-need-know.

[2] New York City Graduation Rates Class of 2016 (2012 Cohort), doi:New York City Graduation Rates Class of 2016 (2012 Cohort). Retrieved from http://schools.nyc.gov/NR/rdonlyres/04A151BF-F9E4-4960-8881-E1B07AA57DF8/208343/2016GraduationRatesWeb21017.pdf

[3] “2016 | JOHN BOWNE HIGH SCHOOL - Graduation Rate Data | NYSED Data Site.” Data.nysed.gov, NYSED. Retrieved from https://data.nysed.gov/gradrate.php?year=2016&instid=800000042133

[4] “OSA.” Regents Examinations in English Language Arts (Common Core), NYSED. Retrieved from http://www.nysedregents.org/hsela/617/hsela62017-exam.pdf




[Go Beyond]

For data of ELLs graduation rate in NYS 2015-2016: https://data.nysed.gov/gradrate.php?year=2016&state=yes

For data of individual schools in NYS: https://data.nysed.gov/

For ELL data in different states: https://www.npr.org/sections/ed/2017/02/23/512451228/5-million-english-language-learners-a-vast-pool-of-talent-at-risk



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Unit 1: Why Teach Academic Language in Content Classrooms?
Unit 2: How to Serve ELLs? The Basics
Unit 3: Academic Language
Unit 4: Language Objectives
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Unit 1: Why Teach Academic Language in Content Classrooms- References
Unit 2: How to Serve ELL? The Basics- References
Unit 3: Academic Language- References
Unit 4: Language Objective- References