Teaching academic content is less about receiving students who are ready to learn and more about creating conditions to support learning. Tan Huynh shares a geography lesson he designed to meet three conditions multilinguals need to learn content and language simultaneously.
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Co-teaching is the preferred way to serve multilinguals, but it’s not the only way to collaborate with colleagues. Language specialist Tan Huynh shows how we can make pull-out services more impactful with co-planning that emphasizes both grade-level content and language skills.
Drawing on the work of co-teaching expert Anne Beninghof, language specialist Tan Huynh shows how three essential commitments of co-teaching can ground collaborative work. Tan focuses on teaching the same content, using content-specific language, and co-planning instruction.