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| The New York City Public Schools serve over 130,000 English Language Learners (ELLs), and offer bilingual programs in 13 languages. This video takes you inside the world of this unique student population to explore adaptations of instructional practices that are proving effective in NYC bilingual classrooms:|
* Performance Assessment
* Peer Mediated Learning
* Interactive Read Aloud
* Leadership approaches that foster these effective practices
Today, researchers know that ELLs can attain high levels of academic achievement when instruction builds on their first language and home culture and focuses on standards. This video will show you how this approach is working in the world's largest school system. Included with the DVD/VHS is a copy of Effective Practices for English Language Learners: A Compendium of Brief Stories. This compendium describes the discrete practices employed in ELL classes within New York City and evidence of their effectiveness.
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