Doing What Works Site is a Good Resource for Teaching ELLs

I was doing some research on the Department of Education website (ed.gov) for a book I am writing and stumbled upon a new tool for educators and administrators.  Their Doing What Works website makes sense of research-based practices for teaching English Language Learners and more.  They’ve got videos, classroom examples, and break down how rigorous the research is – basically how well you can trust that it will work.  I hope you find some resources that are useful to you.  Here’s a sampling of recommended practices from the site:

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