by Fun To Teach
Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade
This is a freebie from a blog post I wrote on English Learners and Specific Learning Disability.
As ESL ELD teachers we are always worried about misidentification of English learners. Specific Learning Disability (SLD) is a language and literacy-related disability referring to a psychological processing disorder. If focuses on understanding or using spoken or written language. Determining whether an ELL’s learning difficulties are from language or something else is a tangled web.
As teams of educators ponder how to work best with English Learners they can reflect on a many different approaches. Here is a preliminary list of considerations I offer our staff.
I hope this offers some guidance for your school teams that work with English Learners.
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