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Young dual language learners: A Key Topic Resource List

A compilation of selected Research Connections resources focused on language and literacy interventions, teaching strategies, and assessments for English language learners (ELLs), including a summary of issues addressed in the literature, and a listing of resources in the areas of: language and literacy development of young ELLs, involvment of families who speak English as a second language, teacher characteristics & interactions with young ELLs, interventions and assessments with young ELLs, and policy and practice considerations for serving young ELLs
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