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What’s Unique About Teaching Reading to Multilingual Learners?

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English learners are doing double duty in schools compared to their monolingual peers—not only are they learning to speak a new language, but they’re also trying to learn academic content in English, often through reading.

Understanding the best practices for emergent bilingual reading instruction can help students achieve academic success in their new language—and the Science of Reading has answers for how to best implement instruction in the classroom. Lexia Learning’s Cassandra Wheeler (Director of LETRS State Success), Dr. José Viana (Senior Education Advisor), and Breanna Guzman (Senior Language Product Specialist) with Tan Huynh (Teacher, Author, Podcaster, and Consultant) and Beth Skelton (Educational Consultant) dug deep into what’s different about teaching reading to multilingual learners.

In this session, listeners learn about incorporating instruction based on the Science of Reading for emergent bilingual and multilingual students, practical strategies (including how to prioritize both language and literacy development), and the importance of culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy, grounded in an asset-based approach.

This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 teachers, ELL and ESOL specialists, librarians, school and district leaders, and education technology leaders.

This edWeb podcast is part of Emergent Bilingual Week: A New Era in Multilingualism.

This five-day event, October 23rd – 27th was designed to inspire educators and leaders in service of our 5 million+ multilingual students across the country. Our expert-led panel discussions brought you the latest research, strategies, and tools to celebrate the assets every student brings to the classroom.

Lexia Learning
Lexia is all for literacy because we know that literacy can and should be for all.
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
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This edWeb podcast is sponsored by Lexia Learning.
The edLeader Panel recording can be accessed here.
English learners are doing double duty in schools compared to their monolingual peers—not only are they learning to speak a new language, but they’re also trying to learn academic content in English, often through reading.

Understanding the best practices for emergent bilingual reading instruction can help students achieve academic success in their new language—and the Science of Reading has answers for how to best implement instruction in the classroom. Lexia Learning’s Cassandra Wheeler (Director of LETRS State Success), Dr. José Viana (Senior Education Advisor), and Breanna Guzman (Senior Language Product Specialist) with Tan Huynh (Teacher, Author, Podcaster, and Consultant) and Beth Skelton (Educational Consultant) dug deep into what’s different about teaching reading to multilingual learners.

In this session, listeners learn about incorporating instruction based on the Science of Reading for emergent bilingual and multilingual students, practical strategies (including how to prioritize both language and literacy development), and the importance of culturally and linguistically responsive pedagogy, grounded in an asset-based approach.

This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-12 teachers, ELL and ESOL specialists, librarians, school and district leaders, and education technology leaders.

This edWeb podcast is part of Emergent Bilingual Week: A New Era in Multilingualism.

This five-day event, October 23rd – 27th was designed to inspire educators and leaders in service of our 5 million+ multilingual students across the country. Our expert-led panel discussions brought you the latest research, strategies, and tools to celebrate the assets every student brings to the classroom.

Lexia Learning
Lexia is all for literacy because we know that literacy can and should be for all.
Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you.
Learn more about viewing live edWeb presentations and on-demand recordings, earning CE certificates, and using accessibility features.

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