By Yvonne S Freeman
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Academic Language Proficiency for Struggling Adolescent Students Our review of the lives of only a few struggling adolescent learners shows that they exhibit different characteristics and that a number of factors contribute to their school success or failure. This review helps show why the administrators at Wayland High School had difficulty deciding who their English learners were and how to help them. Although there are different types of ELLs, it is clear that all these students need to be able to access academic texts and to understand and analyze what they read.
Most of those students are SELs and ELLs who are long-term English learners or limited formal schooling students. These students need a great deal of support. Schools need to provide instruction that will enable them to read academic texts, think critically, solve problems, and respond to what they learn orally and in writing. The 2003 20 ACADEMIC LANGUAGE FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS Program for International Student Assessment (PISA) measured how prepared young adults, approaching the end of compulsory schooling, were for the challenges of today’s “knowledge societies” (Brozo, Shiel, and Topping 2007–2008, 305).
Bring your questions and results to class or your study group and be prepared to discuss them. 5. 3, which compares SELs, LTELs, and LFS students. Discuss with a partner why it is important for educators to understand the characteristics of each. Think of a student who fits into one of these categories and explain to a partner why he or she fits. 6. ” What are the kinds of reading and writing tasks that well-prepared students in “knowledge societies” must perform? List the tasks. Are schools you know doing a good job of helping prepare students?
Academic language for English language learners and struggling readers : how to help students succeed across content areas by Yvonne S Freeman