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Strategies for Making Content Accessible to ELs

Self-paced Collaborative Course from SupportEd supports scaffolding instruction, academic language, and oral language development: Strategies for Making Content Accessible for ELs
Course Overview Course Overview

Strategies for Making Content Accessible to ELs
Are you an ESOL teacher who wants additional strategies to strengthen your work with ELs? Or, are you a content area or classroom teacher who needs strategies and tools to foster ELs’ acquisition of language and content? Or, do you know a colleague whose ELs could benefit from additional strategies? Together, we will explore research-based practices, based on Diane and Sydney’s best-selling book Unlocking English Learners’ Potential: Strategies for Making Content Accessible, for supporting ELs as they learn academic language and content.

Learning Objectives Learning Objectives

In our self-paced course, Strategies for Making Content Accessible to ELs, you will explore research-based practices for supporting ELs as they learn academic language and content.  

Over the three course components, you will have an opportunity to learn about and apply strategies to:

Course Features Course Features

This popular SupportEd Collaborative Course includes facilitated Professional Learning Community (PLC)-based discussions and application activities. You will be able to share your expertise with colleagues as well as learn what strategies others are using to effectively support ELs in their schools and districts. 

The six-week guided online course offers you: 

Certificate Hours

Upon course completion, participants will earn a personalized certificate for (12) hours of professional development.
Bonus hours: Participants can earn two additional PD hours by completing optional coursework

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