How to easily differentiate your lesson plans to support ELLs.

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Content objectives, language objectives, and scaffolding… oh my! Lesson planning with ELLs in mind can be overwhelming, to say the least, but today I’m sharing with you a teaching video that will give you a clear idea of what to keep in mind when you are scaffolding, how to write strong language objectives, and more.

Whether you are teaching online or in person, this coaching video will make a big impact on how you approach to lesson planning for this entire year.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVEai03tlsQ

Ready to get started? Start with the P.L.A.N Lesson Plan Template. You can download the template in the Inspiring Young Learners Free Resource Library here.

I’d love to know how you are going to use these tips! Share what lesson you are going to work on differentiating and let us help you!

Beth

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