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Teaching Science to ELLs, Part I
Nazan Bautista and Martha Castañeda
ince 1995, the population of English language learners
(ELLs) in the United States has increased by an astonishing
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Population 75 trillion:
Cells, organelles, and their functions
by Katherine Grady and Bobby Jeanpierre
t is estimated that there are be-
tween 50 and 75 trillion cells in
the human body. Cell...
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Enhancing Science for ELLs
Science strategies for English Language Learners that benefit all students.
By Joanne K. Olson, John M. Levis, Roberta Vann, Katherine Richardson Bruna
ost of us ...
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Lab 21: Elliptical Orbits
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Although not inquiry, this activity is important for students to understand what
an ellipse is a...
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...ear ye. The Honor-
able Judge Cellular now presiding.
The judge in his black robes came
silently into the courtroom amid the
usual bustle that attended one of the
special sessions. He slid ...
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...appropriate instruction of the ELLs can be described
using one phrase—making meaning. In both the science
and language contexts, we look for ways for students to
find meaning: meaningful communicat...
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...f English lan-
guage learners (ELLs) in our schools, many sci-
ence teachers have little training in meeting their
specialized needs. During the 2007–2008 academic year,
4.7 million or 10% of studen...
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Science for ELLs:
Practical considerations and support for
instruction of English language learners
any educators feel ill-prepared to
meet the academic needs of stu-
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Simple strategies to incorporate into inquiry
science for English Language Learners
By Laurie Hansen
22 Science and Children
January 2006 23...
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...lso English Language Learners (ELLs) are often placed
in mainstream science classes long before they are fluent
in English (Reville 2006). To make matters more difficult,
students are often require...
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