Core Strategies to Support English Language Learners

@article{Barr2012CoreST,
  title={Core Strategies to Support English Language Learners},
  author={Sheldon Martin Barr and Zohreh R. Eslami and R. M. Joshi},
  journal={The Educational Forum},
  year={2012},
  volume={76},
  pages={105 - 117}
}
Abstract Reading and vocabulary instruction can serve as an instructional process to respond to English language learner (ELL) needs. The purpose of this review of literature was to determine whether reading and vocabulary instruction should be used as core strategies for supporting ELLs requiring interventions as a response to the Texas English Language Proficiency Assessment System. This review of the literature included peer-reviewed journals and other published studies. 
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