Long-Term English Learners Writing Their Stories
High school teacher C. Lynn Jacobs noted that the long-term English language learners in her class had improved in reading comprehension but still lacked writing skills. Inspired by a state humanities project, she worked with the students to publish a collection of stories and poems. Writing about their lives provided the motivation, and writing from models of published texts provided the necessary structure for students’ success. She offers step-by-step suggestions for teachers interested in helping English language learners “write better, with more confidence.”
Access to this article resource has been provided by the National Council of Teachers of English, an NCLE Stakeholder Organization.
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