ELL Support in Grades 6-12: Modifying Primary Sources for Social Studies

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ELL Support in Grades 6-12: Modifying Primary Sources for Social Studies

Educators at a Close Up training session.

Join Sante Mastriana, PD Specialist at Close Up Foundation and Share My Lesson for a session on classroom applications.

Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Now Available on Demand

By identifying key content and translating vital vocabulary learning outcomes can be greatly improved for ELLs. This session provides two proven frameworks to make adapting abstract texts simple and effective.

Objectives: Learn two simple and proven methods for adapting social studies texts to enhance ELL comprehension; Receive ready-made resources for immediate application in your classroom; Participants will analyze current issues and follow a proven sequence which can be tailored to a variety of topics to improve comprehension in ELLs by isolating vital content from abstract information.


Available for one-hour of PD credit. A certificate of completion will be available for download at the end of your session that you can submit for your school's or district's approval.

Share My Lesson is now a New York State Education Department-approved provider for Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) requirements. Step 1: Upon completion of the Share My Lesson webinar, download your PD certificate of completion. Step 2: Complete CTLE certificate. Step 3: Send both your CTLE certificate AND Share My Lesson PD certificate of completion to [email protected].


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Good for Parents
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March 2021
I got lots of real usable information from the PD and from the chat room.
March 2021
March 2021
Very helpful! Recommending it to all who work with multilingual students.
March 2021
Very Helpful. Thank you.
March 2021
He was very informative. Gave great samples of how to make lessons more meaningful for students. I liked how he highlighted the words that coordinated with the students language
March 2021