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What kind a dual immersion programs with ELL student are implemented in school?

Answer #1

Here are few types of dual immersion program which implemented in schools.

**1- Two way immersion:** A
native English speaking group and a non-English group are both
taught academic content in both languages for an extended period of
time. Both groups develops academic proficiency in both
languages.

**2- Content based ESL:** ELLs
receives ESL instructions, taught by an ESL licenced teacher, in
preparation for grade-level content instruction in English. The
emphasis is still on language development, but augmented with
academic subject matter vocabulary and beginning concepts.

**3- Structured English
immersion:** ELLs are taught subject matter in English by
content licenced teacher who is also licenced in ESL or bilingual
education. The teacher is proficient in the first language of the
student. The student may use their native language for
clarification, but teacher use only English.

**4- Heritage language:** A
program where ELLs are taught literacy in the language a person
regards as their native, home or ancestral language. This covers
indigenous languages or immigrant’s languages. The intent is to
provide literacy skills that can then transfer to English language
acquisition.

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