- Words: 1997
- Length: 7 Pages
- Topic: Teaching
- Paper #: 59578619
ELLs frequently disappear in these comprehensive settings. Similar interpretations about mainstreaming have been made in other English-speaking countries such as Australia, Britain and Canada, where ELLs are also categorized and served under a larger authority of diversity education or literacy education intended for native English speakers who may have learning requirements very dissimilar from their own (Harper and de Jong, 2009).
Teaching approaches are founded on theories. ESL teachers often