ELL students reveal what helps them learn

11/7/2011 | Education Week

An expert from the Center for Applied Linguistics presented a revealing video at the Education Trust conference last week, writes blogger Lesli Maxwell. English language learners interviewed for video presentations said they have a hard time learning English when their teacher talks too fast or when classmates distract them. The students said it helped to work in small groups or with teachers individually.

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