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The percentage of Multilingual Learners (MLLs) in US schools is steadily increasing, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. Since new and veteran teachers often feel inadequate when teaching multilingual learners, it’s crucial that we acquaint ourselves with them as individuals and avoid stereotypes or misconceptions about these learners. What are some assumptions that you have that might affect your ability to relate to our multilingual learners?
After you have written your reflection, read the article, 10 Assumptions to Rethink about English Language Learners, by Anabel Gonzalez. How can you challenge your own assumptions to ensure that they do not affect the ability to relate to multilingual learners?
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