LA 5.3: The World Outside and Inside Schools
|Learning Outcome||Pedagogical Intent||Student Position|
|Identify the historical, educational, and political realities in policies, programs, and practice for English learners.
Assessment: 25 pts.
TA: 15 Minutes
Teachers play a pivotal role in placing students in special programs (special education and gifted, among others). They now are prepared to advocate for their students.
Students have made inferences concerning judicial law through case studies. They have also analyzed digests of applicable federal laws and court decisions and have considered the differences between ideals and goals. They are now ready to apply their knowledge to placement decision-making processes for two young immigrant girls.
- In HW 4.3, you read “The World Outside and Inside Schools: Language and Immigrant Children” and created a profile for each of the two students: Lilian and Elisa.
- Discuss your profiles and then consider together the legal, moral/ethical obligations present in each girl's profile.
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