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  • Cardozo Education Campus
  • Washington, DC
  • Nearly all students from low‑income households

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Twenty ninth graders say "Hola Miss" as they walk into my Algebra 1 classroom. Students greet others in Spanish and English. Some look at the warm up on their daily graphic organizers, and say "no entiendo" while classmates respond "yo explicar." My students are recent immigrants from Central American, African and Asian countries. I am an Asian American immigrant teacher. Together we teach each other math, Spanish, Vietnamese, Amharic and Mandarin. At my school, education for English Language Learners is done through English language immersion and heterogenous instructional strategies. Emphasis is placed on visual and tactile learning and leveraging native language use in cognitive development through small group work. English is then used to present final discoveries and to participate in whole class discussions.

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Twenty ninth graders say "Hola Miss" as they walk into my Algebra 1 classroom. Students greet others in Spanish and English. Some look at the warm up on their daily graphic organizers, and say "no entiendo" while classmates respond "yo explicar." My students are recent immigrants from Central American, African and Asian countries. I am an Asian American immigrant teacher. Together we teach each other math, Spanish, Vietnamese, Amharic and Mandarin. At my school, education for English Language Learners is done through English language immersion and heterogenous instructional strategies. Emphasis is placed on visual and tactile learning and leveraging native language use in cognitive development through small group work. English is then used to present final discoveries and to participate in whole class discussions.

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