When I walked into the door of my first classroom in 2006, I entered as an uncertified, untrained and altogether unprepared high school teacher for students who are English language Learners (ELL). In truth, after my student teaching experience I never wanted to teach a class of students who were ELL because of the lack of available resources and my own personal fear that I wouldn’t be able to give students what they needed to succeed. While I battled my own personal fears I was also eager to begin my teaching career. As fate would have it, my one . . .
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