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Old 04-18-2009, 04:14 PM
 
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I was hoping you can help me out by answering these questions for paper/presentation I am completing for my master's.

1. State you teach in -

2. Approximately how many ELL students do you have in your school / district?

3. What services are provided in your school/district - bilingual classes, English Immersion, pull-out program, no support, other?

4. What would you like to see changed for you ELL students?

5. Any other comments?


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Old 04-25-2009, 05:45 AM
 
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1. North Carolina
2. our school - approximately 150 (mostly Spanish)
3. no bilingual classes, all students immersed with the expectation that they will learn English, pull-out for K-2, pull-in for 3-5
4. no recommendations at this time
5. Please feel free to PM me. Thanks.
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1. Louisiana
2. our school - 53 out of apporximately 600 students
3. K-5 pull-out
4. smaller class size
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