sheltered Instruction

How can you accommodate your English Learners (ELs) without compromising your content?

Sheltering your instruction allows you to maintain the level of rigor of your content while simultaneously teaching language skills. This approach creates a student-centered classroom with visible scaffolding strategies, academic dialogue and a print-rich environment. This is type of instruction and learning environment benefits no only your ELs but for all your students!

In this professional learning you will:

  • Gain an understanding of language acquisition and how it impacts
  • Learn how to implement the components of sheltered instruction through interactive strategies,
  • Practice scaffolding strategies to accommodate the language learner, and
  • Become familiar of various differentiated interactive strategies that can be implemented immediately.


Duration: 6-hour
Language: English
Resource: Stra-tiques

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