These five ideas can help mathematics teachers implement teaching strategies for EL students.

Contributor Notes

Manqian Zhao, manqian.zhao@uconn.edu, is a third-year doctoral student in curriculum and instruction in the Neagw School of Education at the University of Connecticut in Storrs. She is interested in multilingual/bilingual education, and she will work on the topic during her doctoral study.

Karen Lapuk, klapuk@gmail.com, has thirty years of experience in K–grade 12 bilingual and ESOL classrooms in California and Connecticut. She is the coordinator of the bilingual/ESOL programs at Goodwin College Magnet Schools/LEARN in Connecticut. She is interested in culturally relevant instruction, personalizing instruction, and equity.

(Corresponding author is Zhao manqian.zhao@uconn.edu)
(Corresponding author is Lapuk klapuk@gmail.com)
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