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‘The Difference Is in the Detail’: A Complex El Anatsui Retrospective Shines at the Haus der Kunst in Munich
This time of change is hinted at in a new work Anatsui made for the show, the 361-foot-long installation Second Wave (2019 ... Anatsui’s structure resembles scaffolding, and its arrangement of ... read more
LEGO Löwenstein Castle set from BrickLink’s AFOL Designer Program [Review]
The keep is built on an angled set of plates atop scaffolding of red ... good news is that if you’re reading this, you surely have a handful of 1×1 plates laying around with which to fix them. However ... read more
Common Core calls for kids to read books that ‘frustrate’ them. Is that a good idea?
Goodman’s highly influential work set the stage for what has been called the “whole-language” approach to reading ... scaffolding. Another actual research report (A. Morgan, B. Wilcox & J. L. Eldredge ... read more
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Connecting native and second language deepens English literacy for ELLs
Tan Huynh looks at the big picture when teaching English language learners (ELLs). An ELL himself, Huynh has dissected the art of infusing a second language into the ... can be broken up into parts. ... read more
What is Content and Language Integrated Learning?
Read ... to scaffold your materials to ensure that your students are supported step by step while learning subject matter and achieving language learning objectives. If you are interested in teaching ... read more
In “Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus,” Taylor Mac Takes on Shakespeare—and Trump
Gary is spared the scaffold and tasked with mopping up the tragedy ... “I watch a Shakespeare play like ‘Hamlet,’ and I get maybe a fourth of the language. Then I read it and see it again, and, every ... read more
Common Core Ratchets Up Language Demands for English-Learners
There are, of course, the more complex texts that all students are expected to read ... scaffolding of academic language that they need depending on students' proficiency. Guadalupe Valdés, an ... read more
New Longitudinal Study from Lexia Learning Examines Effective Ways to Help Low-Income Students Make Reading Gains
Beginning in the fall of the 2014-15 school year, the study tracked the reading performance of a group of low-income kindergarten students through their completion of second grade ... providing ... read more
Is This the Future of Adult Learning?
By envisioning them as scaffolding constructed ... current barriers such as language and time, and putting learners in charge of their own education. Three of roughly twenty-five initial ideas came to ... read more