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Teaching and Learning


Dr. Ellis Hurd

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Teaching and Learning


GCED integration benefits educators of language in their multiliteracies course design. This process involves composing the learning outcomes and identifying redundancies and alignment issues in a particular area to plan effective instruction that achieves UNESCO's GCED learning objectives, along with incorporating the methods to build secondary students' identities and respond to diversity in local and global contexts. Learning English as a new language requires a cognitive load suitable for English Language Learners' (ELL) working memory. Simultaneously acquiring new concepts and languages is a challenge in most ELL classes. This presentation includes nine teacher guidelines for preparing learning objectives.

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