Dual Language Learner (DLL) Celebration Week is an annual virtual celebration about cooperation, growth, and belonging for children who are DLLs and their families.
Examine examples of how to elevate instructional interactions with culturally authentic and relevant connections to support early learning in all domains.
Discover how Classroom Language Models (CLMs) can help support children and families who speak multiple languages. Learn about the steps to select and implement a model that meets the unique circumstances of programs.
Explore how to address teaching and learning environments, including homes, for children who are dual language learners. Discover strategies and supports for use with families while programs are social distancing.
Explore the research around effective teaching practices that support children who are dual language learners. Discover planning support strategies for early language and literacy development for all children.
In this module, explore the four components of effective program and family support of dual language learners.
Find considerations and questions to ask parents and families about their children’s past experiences with language. Explore what can be learned from questions and why the answers matter.
This resource offers sequenced guidance for programs to use as they implement the recommendations in Classroom Language Models: A Leader's Implementation Manual.
Integrating Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Practices to Support Children Who Are Dual Language Learners
Explore this first of three guides designed to support program leaders. Discover ways to help program staff reflect on their own understanding and beliefs about learning and speaking more than one language.