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This document highlights a case study that compares two approaches for teaching ELLs to read: (1) in their primary language (Spanish) and then transitioning to English, and (2) in English only. This descriptive study examines what works, what doesn’t work, and what is challenging in addressing the ELL issue in grades two and three. It is intended for individual readers, study groups, or school-site teams interested in reading instruction for ELLs. The appendix includes guiding discussion questions that can help to define their school’s language reading program.


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