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English Language Learners and the GED

While preparing former and current English language learners for the GED exams, instructors can encounter many challenges. This presentation will identify the primary obstacles adult ELLs have in the GED classroom and provide evidence-based approaches to address these issues. By uncovering the root causes of ELL classroom challenges, and addressing their specific needs, your learners can benefit from the additional scaffolding.

This session was a part of the fourth Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute and was hosted by:

Lindsay Conboy - Howard Community College

To access a copy of the presentation and materials, please click this link.

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