Considering ELLs When Planning Lessons

Authors

  • Jim Ewing Stephen F. Austin State University

Abstract

Teachers typically prepare lesson plans for non-ELLs and then attempt to "retrofit" lesson plans for ELLs. This article offers suggestions for planning mathematics lessons that meet ELLs' needs.

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Published

2018-03-02

How to Cite

Ewing, J. (2018). Considering ELLs When Planning Lessons. Ohio Journal of School Mathematics, 78(1). Retrieved from https://library.osu.edu/ojs/index.php/OJSM/article/view/6198

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