How ELL students’ needs are addressed.

* Affective. Limited English proficient students are provided instruction using second language methods in English to introduce basic concepts of the school environment which instills confidence, self-assurance, and a positive identity with their cultural heritages. The program also addresses the history and cultural heritage associated with both the students' home language and the United States.

* Linguistic. Limited English proficient students are provided intensive instruction to develop proficiency in the comprehension, speaking, reading, and composition of the English language. The instruction in academic content areas is structured to ensure that the students master the required essential knowledge and skills and higher order thinking skills.

* Cognitive. Limited English proficient students are provided instruction in English in mathematics, science, health, and social studies using second language methods. The instruction in academic content areas is structured to ensure that the students master the required essential knowledge and skills and higher order thinking skills.

 

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